Professor Luis Alvarez -Lopez, Ph.D. - AFPRL-102.00-02- Fall 2016.
AFRICANA AND PUERTO RICAN/LATINO STUDIES DEPARTMENT
Course: Latino Communities in United States - AFPRL-102.01, SECTION 002.
M/W: 4:10-5:25 p.m.
Room 215 W
In this chapter Nikongo BaNikongo explains slavery, emancipation and the
independence movement. When the Europeans colonized the Caribbean region
Europeans were faced with a major issue which was finding affordable labor for
The Big Apple's
M E X
BY PALOMA DALLAS
Puerto Rican flags still
wave over El Barrio.
anging from win-
dowsiils, fluttering from car
antennas. and painted on brick
walls. But the neighborhood is
changing. In the last ten year
The Birth of the "Hispanic" Generation: Attitudes of Mexican-American Political Elites
toward the Hispanic Label
Author(s): Laura E. Gomez
Source: Latin American Perspectives, Vol. 19, No. 4, The Politics of Ethnic Construction:
Hispanic, Chicano, Latino.
African Affairs, 109/434, 121
The Author 2009. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of Royal African Society. All rights reserved
Advance Access Publication 4 November 2009
US POLICY TOWARDS AFRICA: THE BUSH
Third World Quarterly
Fear of a Black Planet: Anarchy Anxieties and Postcolonial Travel to Africa
Author(s): Kevin C. Dunn
Source: Third World Quarterly, Vol. 25, No. 3 (2004), pp. 483-499
Published by: Taylor & Francis, Ltd.
Stable URL: http:/www.jstor.o
"Hispanics? That's What They Coll Us"
"Hispanics? That's What They Call Us"
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Discuss two aspects of the Dominican experience
in the US that are portrayed in the life of
Oscar de Len and his family, the protagonists
of the novel The Wondrous Brief Life of Oscar Wao by
The Myth of Tribe in African Politics
Ngg wa Thiong'o
Transition, Issue 101, 2009, pp. 16-23 (Article)
Published by Indiana University Press
For additional information about this article
The Myth of the
/ Just Met a Girl
Judith Ortiz Cofer
On a bus trip to London from Oxford University where I was earning some graduate
credits one summer, a young man, obviously fresh from a pub, spotted me and as
if struck by insp
Sociological Theory of
Explaining the Migration
Professor Luis AlvarezLopez, Ph.D.
The Equilibrium Theory
This theory explain the migration process as a result
of the individual rational choice.
He or she choose to lea
Latinos as a Minority Groups
Professor Luis Alvarez-Lopez, Ph.D.
The Ruling Class and the
According to the Dictionary of Sociology, a minority
is define as a group of people who, because of
their physical or cultural c
Guatemalas Ladino and Maya
P R O F. LU I S A LVA R E Z - L O P E Z ,
HUNTER COLLEGE, CITY UNIVERSITY OF
The Far Reaching Impacts of Remittances
Social and Econ
The Construction of
Race and Ethnicity
for and By Latino
Prof. Alvarez-Lopez, Hunter
City University of New York.
The Latino Presence in USA.
The 1990s Decade:
A growing presence of the Latinos in USA.
2000 Census, over 35 millions Latinos were l
Latinos in the Context of U.S. History
From immigrants to Citizens
Luis Alvarez-Lopez, PhD.
The History of the Latinos
The old roots of Hispanics presence in United States.
The Spanish presence in USA. go back to 1513, when
Juan Ponce de Leon, Puerto R
Salvadorans and Peruvians in America
Prof. Luis Alvarez-Lopez, Hunter College City
University of New York
Salvadorians and Peruvians in
A New Migrants in America:
The Salvadorian constitute the fourth largest
Prof. Luis Alvarez-Lopez,
City University of New York
DIASPORA AND NATION: BEYOND
THE CONFINE OF THE NATION
According to the Dictionary of Sociology Diaspora
Puerto Ricans and Mexicans in the Mass Media.
Puerto Rican/Latin American Department.
Nov. 27, 2007.-West Side Story Symposium
Department of Speech, Theatre, and Media Studies.
The objective of this presentation is to critically
A Multilevel Analysis of
Latinos 'economic inequality
Minority Group Threat Theory.
Prof. Alvarez-Hunter College,
City University of New York.
The Latino threat narratives
Racial ethnic Identity