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The Chican@ Hip Hop Nation: Politics of a New Millennial Mestizaje (Latinos in the United States)

McFarland, Pancho

Editore: Michigan State University Press, 2013
ISBN 10: 1611860865 / ISBN 13: 9781611860863
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Titolo: The Chican@ Hip Hop Nation: Politics of a ...

Casa editrice: Michigan State University Press

Data di pubblicazione: 2013

Legatura: Soft cover

Condizione libro: Used

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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: The population of Mexican-origin peoples in the United States is a diverse one, as reflected by age, class, gender, sexuality, and religion. This vibrant collection of essays explores the language and ethos of Chican@/Mexican@ hip hop in the context of progressive social change, social justice, identity, and a new transnational, polycultural America. Codice inventario libreria ABE_book_usedgood_1611860865

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Riassunto: The population of Mexican-origin peoples in the United States is a diverse one, as reflected by age, class, gender, sexuality, and religion. Far from antiquated concepts of mestizaje, recent scholarship has shown that Mexican@/Chican@ culture is a mixture of indigenous, African, and Spanish and other European peoples and cultures. No one reflects this rich blend of cultures better than Chican@ rappers, whose lyrics and iconography can help to deepen our understanding of what it means to be Chican@ or Mexican@ today. While some identify as Mexican mestizos, others identify as indigenous people or base their identities on their class and racial/ethnic makeup. No less significant is the intimate level of contact between Chican@s and black Americans. Via a firm theoretical foundation and a collection of vibrant essays, Pancho McFarland explores the language and ethos of Chican@/Mexican@ hip hop and sheds new light on three distinct identities reflected in the music: indigenous/Mexica, Mexican nationalist/immigrant, and street hopper. With particular attention to the intersection of black and Chicano cultures, the author places exciting recent developments in music forms within the context of progressive social change, social justice, identity, and a new transnational, polycultural America.

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Pancho McFarland is Associate Professor of Sociology at Chicago State University. He was born in Illinois and raised in Raton, New Mexico, as a member of the Cortez clan.

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