Faculty Book: Araceli Tinajero
Historia cultural de los hispanohablantes en Japón
[A Cultural History of the Spanish Speaking People in Japan]
(Artepoetica Press Inc., 2019)
Beginning in 1990 thousands of Spanish speakers emigrated to Japan. Historia cultural de los hispanohablantes en Japón [A Cultural History of the Spanish Speaking People in Japan] (written in Spanish) focuses on the intellectuals, literature, festivals, cultural associations, music, radio, newspapers, magazines, libraries and blogs produced in Spanish, in Japan, by Spaniards and Latin Americans who have lived in that country during the last three decades. Based on intense research in archives throughout that Asian nation, as well as field work including several interviews, Japanese speaking Mexican scholar Araceli Tinajero recovers a transnational, contemporary cultural history that is not only important for today but for future generations.
Tinajero is a professor of Latin American, Iberian. and Latino Cultures at The Graduate Center and a professor of Spanish at The City College of New York.
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Submitted on: NOV 26, 2019
Category: Faculty Books | Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures