The Cosmic Race La Raza Cosmica

Author: José Vasconcelos
Publisher: JHU Press
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Didier T. Jaén places this essay in perspective, discussing theories relevant to Vasconcelos's thought... [and] also provides an historical context for Vasconcelos's evolving ideas." -- Hispania

Theorizing Race In The Americas

Author: Juliet Hooker
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190671270
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Didier T. Jaén, “Introduction,” in The Cosmic Race/la raza cósmica, xxiii. 50
Vasconcelos, Indología, 147–48, emphasis added. 51 José Vasconcelos,
Bolivarismo y Monroísmo: temas Iberoamericanos (México, D.F.: Editorial Trillas,
2011), 76.

Rise And Fall Of The Cosmic Race

Author: Marilyn Grace Miller
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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She explores the repercussions of mestizo identity in the United States and reveals the key moments in the story of Latin America's cult of synthesis.

Mexico

Author: Don M. Coerver
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Eccentric or not, La raza cós- mica's rewriting of European racial theory
suggested new, more inclusive alternatives. ... would come a “cosmicrace: “In
Spanish America . . . is going to emerge . . . the definitive race, the synthetical
race, the integral race, made up ... blood of all peoples and, for that reason, more
capable of true brotherhood and of a truly universal vision” (Vasconcelos, La raza
cósmica, p.

Histories Of The Present

Author: Norman E. Whitten
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
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Racial. Fluidity,. and. La. Raza. Cósmica. The liberator of northern South America
from colonial rule, Venezuelan ... figure of speech la raza cósmica, “the cosmic
race,” to refer to the hybridized and whitening peoples of Latin America (see also
 ...

A Companion To The Literature And Culture Of The American West

Author: Nicolas S. Witschi
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1444396587
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In an attempt to balance the racial disparity between the feral Mexican and Saxon
American, Vasconcelos published La Raza Cósmica / The Cosmic Race (1925).
The publication of La Raza Cósmica proved to be a major turning point in the ...

Performing Utopias In The Contemporary Americas

Author: Kim Beauchesne
Publisher: Springer
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Rather than dismissing the televisual order as a tool of American imperialism—a
dominant perception in the Latin ... essay La raza cósmica: misión de la raza
iberoamericana [The Cosmic Race: The Mission of the IberoAmerican Race] (
1925).

A New History Of Modern Latin America

Author: Lawrence A. Clayton
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ISBN: 0520289021
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His most well known explanation for this came in The Cosmic Race, an account
of his travels through South America in 1922. ... to as a “racial synthesis of the
world,” had produced a fifth race that he called la raza cósmica (the cosmic race).

Resisting Categories Latin American And Or Latino

Author: Mari Carmen Ramirez
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300187157
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... THE COSMIC RACE: “GROUNDS FOR A NEW CIVILIZATION” José
Vasoncelos, 1925 In this extract, “Grounds for a New Civilization,” from the first
chapter of his hallmark 1925 book La raza cosmica, J osé Vasconcelos outlines
his vision for ...

La Llorona S Children

Author: Luis D. León
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520935389
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"La Raza Cosmica" was a term that meant the ultimate result of a cosmic
combination of peoples. ... concurs, suggesting that by the late 1930s and into the
1940s "the Cosmic Race" was employed generally by Latinos throughout the
Americas.