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Recovering the U.S. Hispanic linguistic heritage : sociohistorical approaches to Spanish in the United States

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Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references.
  • Essays in English and Spanish.

Contents

  • Part I. Recovering the U.S. Hispanic linguistic heritage -- Introduction -- Historical background -- Language policies -- Methodology -- Language maintenance and language shift -- Organization of the volume -- Part II. Analyzing the U.S. Hispanic linguistic heritage -- Formas de tratamiento en correspondencia en espanol : California y Nuevo Mexico, 1800-1910 / Alejandra Balestra -- Dona Teresa de Aguilera y Roche : una mujer en la Inquisicion en Nuevo Mexico, una voz en la historia del espanol del Sudoeste de los Estados Unidos / Magdalena Coil -- Espinosa's diary chronicling the 1716 Ramon expedition into Texas: notes on the translations / Deb Cunningham -- La expresion de la pasividad en California en el siglo XIX / Patricia Gubitosi -- Language wars on the Texas frontier / Glenn Martinez -- How the Californio girls (and boys) lost their accents / Maria Irene Moyna, Wendy Beckman -- Dialect death: the case of Adaeseno Spanish in Northwest Louisiana / Comfort Pratt