El tallercito de son satx| Creando comunidad a traves de la cultura

Verfasser / Komponist: Cabunoc Romero, Keli Rosa
Medientyp: Elektronische Hochschulschrift
veröffentlicht: The University of Texas at San Antonio
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rft.atitle El tallercito de son satx| Creando comunidad a traves de la cultura
rft.pub The University of Texas at San Antonio
rft.date 2018-01-04
x.date 2018-01-04T00:00:00Z
abstract <p> This research explores Chicanx identity and how <i>cultura,</i> specifically <i>son jarocho,</i> can be used to reshape and remake identity. <i>Son jarocho,</i> a musical and cultural tradition from Veracruz, M&eacute;xico, has moved across borders, and is now present in the U.S. (D&iacute;az-S&aacute;nchez and Hern&aacute;ndez, 2013). However, there is little documentation as to how <i>son jarocho</i> is embodied in the communities that are practicing this music. This research documents how an intergenerational collective of Chicanxs in San Antonio, <i>Tejas </i> is using <i>son jarocho</i> and its <i>cultura</i> to decolonize their identities, reclaim indigenous and afro-mestizo roots, and as a vehicle for social justice. Through <i>testimonios</i> from Chicanxs, this thesis documents how <i>son jarocho</i> traditions and culture have formed transnational communities between Chicanxs and communities in Veracruz, <i>M&eacute;xico.</i> Through Chicana feminist epistemologies (Delgado Bernal, 1998) and decolonial research methods (Tuhiwai Smith, 2012), this thesis documents Chicanx stories through Chicanx voices. This research aims to help fill the need for documentation&mdash;through Chicanx voices&mdash;on how Chicanxs today are using the arts to build community. </p><p>
authors Cabunoc Romero, Keli Rosa
languages spa
url http://pqdtopen.proquest.com/#viewpdf?dispub=10686084
x.subjects Music
Multicultural Education
Ethnic studies
Hispanic American studies
x.oa 1