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Unformatted text preview: 2-11-08Latina/o Theatre and Magical RealismReview Sessions: Wed. from 7:30-8:30 and Thursday from 5:30-6:30Some Terms (and some overlaps)•HispanicUsually people who hail from the Iberian peninsula, but sometimes used to refer to all Spanish speakersEthnic category on U.S. census, 1980, controversial•Latino/a- “umbrella terms”- shared identity- broad aspect of the wordEthnic term, usually denoting Latin American descentIntended to enable coalitions between different national groups (to some extent successful)Politicized, getting together to interact with majoritarian institutions (Government that runs our lives)Some more specific terms•More specific terms:Chicano/a (US born) Mexican AmericansoPoliticized; reclaimed derogatory term- refers to various immigration population.NuyoricanoPuerto Rican descent, living in/around NYCubano and Cuban AmericanTejano/aoSpanish or Mexican ethnicity, living in TXEx:/ SelenaJosè Esteban Munoz, scholar•“Feeling Brown…”...
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- Spring '07
- Mexican American, Zoot suit, El Teatro, El teatro Campensino