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Author Lovato, Andrew Leo, 1955-

Title Santa Fe Hispanic culture : preserving identity in a tourist town / Andrew Leo Lovato
Edition First edition
Published Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, [2004]
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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 140 pages) : illustrations, maps
Contents 1999 Fiesta Interviews -- Elizabeth Rosa Lovato -- Tommy Trujillo -- Roger Martinez -- Pedro Ribera-Ortega -- The Symbolic Nature of the Fiesta -- The 1999 Fiesta -- Zozobra -- The Fiesta as a Religious Festival -- The Fiesta Entrada -- The Fiesta Masses -- The Social Constructionism of the Santa Fe Fiesta -- Santa Fe Hispanic Art and Cultural Identity -- Hispanic Art in Santa Fe: A Historical Overview -- Forms of Spanish Colonial Art -- Pueblo Indian Influence on Santa Fe Hispanic Art -- The Santa Fe Art Colony -- The WPA Federal Art Project -- The Santa Fe Spanish Market -- Art and Cultural Identity: An Insider vs. Outsider Perspective -- The Current Santa Fe Hispano Art Scene -- Charlie Carrillo -- Ana Maria Samaniego -- Gilberto Guzman -- Sam Leyba -- Valdez Abeyta y Valdez -- Tey Marianna Nunn -- Frederico Vigil -- Ramon Jose Lopez -- Tourism's Impact on Santa Fe Hispanic Identity -- Defining Authenticity in Tourist Communities -- The Impact of Tourism on Native Cultures
Santa Fe Historical Background -- Anasazi Period -- The Beginning of Spanish Expansionism -- Spanish Exploration and Colonization in the Southwest -- The Pueblo Revolt -- Spanish Reconquest -- Spanish Resettlement 1693-1821 -- The Santa Fe Mexican Period -- U.S. Occupation -- Contemporary Santa Fe -- The Santa Fe Tourism Boom -- Santa Fe Hispanic Cultural Identity -- Historical Overview of Santa Fe Hispanic Self-Identification -- Defining Santa Fe Hispanic Cultural Identity: Roberto Mondragon -- Orlando Romero -- Ana Pacheco -- Tom Chavez -- Rudolfo Anaya -- Fr. Jerome Martinez y Alire -- Dr. Edward T. Hall -- Santa Fe Culture from a Citizen's Perspective -- Santa Fe Hispanic Cultural Characteristics -- Fiesta de Santa Fe -- Historical Background -- La Conquistadora -- De Vargas and the Santa Fe Fiesta -- Fiesta Evolution -- Fiesta Controversy -- The Cultural Nature of the Fiesta -- The Santa Fe Fiesta as a Vehicle for Santa Fe Hispanic Cultural Identity
The Impact of Tourism and Development on Santa Fe -- Santa Fe Tourism and Development Statistical Data -- Debbie Jaramillo and the 1994 Santa Fe Mayoral Election -- The Impact of Development and Tourism on Santa Fe Hispanic Cultural Identity -- Political Perspectives on the Impact of Tourism on Santa Fe -- Former Mayor Sam Pick -- Former Mayor Debbie Jaramillo -- Mayor Larry Delgado
Summary "Lovato reviews Santa Fe's history, from the Anasazi to the present-day tourist boom. In attempting to define the city's cultural identity, he includes excerpts front interviews with some of New Mexico's intelligentsia. Other interviews help examine the Santa Fe Fiesta and the city's identity as an art market. The concluding chapter, which considers tourism's general impact, features discussions of authenticity, the impact of tourism on native cultures, the relationship of tourism to development, and the political dimension of tourism."--Jacket
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 131-136) and index
Notes Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002. MiAaHDL
Print version record
Subject Hispanic Americans -- New Mexico -- Santa Fe -- Ethnic identity.
Hispanic Americans -- New Mexico -- Santa Fe -- History.
Santa Fe (N.M.) -- Civilization.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2004015735
ISBN 0826332277 (electronic bk.)
9780826332271 (electronic bk.)