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9780822354970 - Cindy Garcia: Salsa Crossings - Book

Cindy Garcia (?):

Salsa Crossings (?)

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, in english, Duke University Press, Paperback, Used
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ISBN (alternative notations): 0-8223-5497-7, 978-0-8223-5497-0
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9780822354970 - Cindy Garcia: Salsa Crossings - Book

Cindy Garcia (?):

Salsa Crossings (?)

Delivery from: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern IrelandBook is in english languageNew book
ISBN:

9780822354970 (?) or 0822354977

, in english, Duke University Press, New
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In Los Angeles, night after night, the city's salsa clubs become social arenas where hierarchies of gender, race, and class, and of nationality, citizenship, and belonging are enacted on and off the dance floor. In an ethnography filled with dramatic narratives, Cindy García describes how local salseras/os gain social status by performing an exoticized L.A. style salsa that distances them from club practices associated with Mexicanness. Many Latinos in Los Angeles try to avoid "dancing like a Mexican," attempting to rid their dancing of techniques that might suggest that they are migrants, poor, working-class, Mexican, or undocumented. In L.A. salsa clubs, social belonging and mobility depend on subtleties of technique and movement. With a well-timed dance-floor exit or the lift of a properly tweezed eyebrow, a dancer signals affiliation not only with a distinctive salsa style but also with a particular conceptualization oflatinidad.
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ISBN (alternative notations): 0-8223-5497-7, 978-0-8223-5497-0
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9780822354970 - Cindy García: Salsa Crossings: Dancing Latinidad in Los Angeles - Book

Cindy García (?):

Salsa Crossings: Dancing Latinidad in Los Angeles (?)

Delivery from: United States of AmericaBook is in english languageThis is a paperback bookNew book
ISBN:

9780822354970 (?) or 0822354977

, in english, Duke University Press Books, Paperback, New
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Salsa-Crossings~~Cindy-Garc-a, Salsa Crossings: Dancing Latinidad in Los Angeles, paperback
Category: Social Sciences>Anthropology>Anthropology
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ISBN (alternative notations): 0-8223-5497-7, 978-0-8223-5497-0
0822354977 - Cindy Garc�a: Salsa Crossings: Dancing Latinidad in Los Angeles - Book

Cindy Garc�a (?):

Salsa Crossings: Dancing Latinidad in Los Angeles (?)

Delivery from: United States of AmericaBook is in english languageUsed book, not a new book.
ISBN:

0822354977 (?) or 9780822354970

, in english, Duke University Press Books, Used
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used books,books, Salsa Crossings: Dancing Latinidad in Los Angeles (Latin America Otherwise), In Los Angeles, night after night, the city's salsa clubs become social arenas where hierarchies of gender, race, and class, and of nationality, citizenship, and belonging are enacted on and off the dance floor. In an ethnography filled with dramatic narratives, Cindy Garc�a describes how local salseras/os gain social status by performing an exoticized L.A.-style salsa that distances them from club practices associated with Mexicanness. Many Latinos in Los Angeles try to avoid "dancing like a Mexican," attempting to rid their dancing of techniques that might suggest that they are migrants, poor, working-class, Mexican, or undocumented. In L.A. salsa clubs, social belonging and mobility depend on subtleties of technique and movement. With a well-timed dance-floor exit or the lift of a properly tweezed eyebrow, a dancer signals affiliation not only with a distinctive salsa style but also with a particular conceptualization of latinidad.
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ISBN (alternative notations): 0-8223-5497-7, 978-0-8223-5497-0

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