7 edition of Black Puerto Rican identity and religious experience found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Samiri Hernández Hiraldo.|
|Series||New directions in Puerto Rican studies|
|LC Classifications||BR645.P7 H37 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005040197|
Our Lady of Charity’s national shrine was a center of national, religious, and political pride. Like Puerto Rican and Mexican Catholics, Cuban Catholics maintained a distinctive ethnic and national identity in the United States and drew upon their religio-spiritual traditions to give them strength in what could be an alien country. Natasha S. Alford interviewed more than 20 Puerto Rican and Afro-LatinX residents, scholars and community activists, with a special focus on Loiza, a predominantly black town in Puerto Rico, to report on their experiences with racism, police abuse, gentrification, and substandard schools.
Black Puerto Rican Identity and Religious Experience. Through Dr. Hernndez Hiraldo's investigation we are able to enter a world that is known mainly for its religious African folklore. A serious anthropological research on the multidimensional religious experience of the Lozans has never been accomplished until this field study was made. The Transformative Richness of Puerto Rican and Caribbean Cultural Diversity in Health Care and Spirituality. Journal of Health and Human Experience, , 40 Volume III, No. 1:
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“A well-rounded and perceptive analysis of why Puerto Ricans have converted en masse to Protestantism, especially Pentecostalism, as well as how the Catholic hierarchy has grappled with greater religious heterogeneity.”—Journal of Latin American Studies “This book presages the new scholarship on religion so badly needed in Puerto Rican studies.
Cited by: 9. Black Puerto Rican Identity and Religious Experience records religious diversity and complexity in a town that is usually observed through racial lenses that render it homogeneous and fixed in the past.
Get this from a library. Black Puerto Rican identity and religious experience. [Samiri Hernández Hiraldo]. Black Puerto Rican identity and religious experience. Responsibility Samiri Hernández Hiraldo. Imprint Gainesville: University Press of Florida, c Loiza is a Puerto Rican town known for best representing the African traditions, a community of a mostly black population affected by profound racial discrimination and poverty.
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Share to Twitter. ISBN: ISBN Black Puerto Rican Identity and Religious Experience. by SAMIRI HERNANDEZ HIRALDO. Journal of Latin American Studies "This book presages the new scholarship on religion so. Loiza is a Puerto Rican town known for best representing the African traditions, a community of a mostly black population affected by profound racial discrimination and poverty.
But, many Loiza residents strongly identify themselves in religious terms, strategically managing their individual, familial, gender, generational, local, national, and racial identities through a spiritual prism that. Black Puerto Rican Identity and Religious Experience (review) How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of.
However, in the 21st century, Puerto Rico is having a resurgence in black affiliation, mainly due to famous Afro-Puerto Ricans promoting black pride among the Puerto Rican community.
In addition, Afro-Puerto Rican youth are learning more of their peoples' history from textbooks that encompass more Afro-Puerto Rican history.
Puerto Rican Culture: National Identity, Gender Roles, and Religion By Suzanne Van Atten, author of Moon Puerto Rico La Rogativa by Lindsay Daen depicts the religious procession that allegedly scared off an invading British fleet that mistook the group for military reinforcements.
Black Puerto Rican Identity and Religious Experience. By Samiri Herández Hiraldo. [New Directions in Puerto Rican Studies.] (GainesvUle: The University Press of Florida.
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Based on twelve months of fieldwork, this study shows how believers experience their religion in its various dimensions. Writing as a native. Black Puerto Rican Identity and Religious Experience is the most recent publication in the series "New Directions in Puerto Rican Studies" by the University Press of Florida.
It is the first one that focuses on blackness and reli. Stay up to date with news about our books and special discount offers: Subscribe Black Puerto Rican Identity and Religious Experience.
Samiri Hernández Hiraldo Paper: $; Based on twelve months of fieldwork, this study shows how believers experience their religion in its various dimensions.
The State and Small-Scale Fisheries in. Our work, the work of Nuyorican/Puerto Rican Diasporic writers, is finally being recognized in books of literary criticism and poetics; in addition to the fields of sociology, Latino studies, women studies, etc., and this too is affirming.
Later, in June ofmembers of the “Puerto Rican Group on Race and Identity, ” a group of academic scholars who researched issues of race and ethnicity, called on Puerto Ricans to answer the racial items that would appear in the census in order to gather the empirical data necessary to challenge racial discrimination in Puerto Rico.
Puerto Rico (Spanish for 'Rich Port'; abbreviated PR), officially the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico (Spanish: Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico, lit. 'Free Associated State of Puerto Rico') and in previous centuries called Porto Rico in English, is an unincorporated territory of the United States located in the northeast Caribbean Sea, approximately 1, miles (1, km).
She describes her experiences in her first book, When I was Puerto Rican (), her second work, America’s Dream (), and Almost a Woman (). The themes in these works include immigration, Puerto Rican identity and self-discovery, the shift to new culture, and acceptance of a bicultural, multiethnic and bilingual model.
When I Was Puerto Rican is a memoir of Esmeralda Santiago's life from the time she was about four years old, in Puerto Rico, to when she was about fourteen, after she had been in New York for about an year and a half, give or take.
While not the best book I've ever read, WIWPR is a great coming of age story.4/5(). The case of Puerto Rico is an interesting one because Puerto Ricans find themselves in limbo between American citizenship and Puerto Rican nationalism. The following primary source sets explore the unique relationship between Puerto Rico and the United States including the different factors that influence Puerto Rican identity, including.Further emphasis is placed in the Puerto Rican family, religion, and cultural values.
The participants (N = ) were selected by availability from the entire island of Puerto Rico. Results as to how Puerto Rican gay youth perceive themselves as well as how they behave during the coming out process (age of coming out, religious beliefs, and.
As black and Puerto Rican New Yorkers fought against the racializing impact of the “culture of poverty” discourse, they developed a common antiracist sensibility. Black and Puerto Rican members of Lo ILGWU, before the public hearing at the New York State Commission for Human Rights,A.
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