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José Vasconcelos and his world.

Gabriella De Beer

José Vasconcelos and his world.

by Gabriella De Beer

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Published by Las Americas Pub. Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vasconcelos, José, -- 1882-1959

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPQ7297 V28 Z65
    The Physical Object
    Pagination450p.
    Number of Pages450
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15537599M

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      Classic book about the years in which José Vasconcelos created and was the chief of Secretaria de Educación Pública. Claude Fell José Vasconcelos, Los Años Del Águila Item Preview remove-circle Claude Fell José Vasconcelos, Los Años Del Águila. Topics Claude Fell, José Vasconcelos Collection.   Inside the City of Books at José Vasconcelos Library, Mexico City The Carlos Monsiváis Personal Library may be housed in an historic building, but it demonstrates a novel way of organising books, and a suitably modern interior to match.

    For the opening of Anzaldua's last section, she refers to Jose Vasconcelos and his vision of "una Raza mestiza a vast race" (99). From this, the new mestiza awareness emerges, a cognizance of the borderlands. Chicanos, Anzaldua contends, encapsulate mystic fretfulness and social impact; thusly, they can possibly look past the duality of the present world. José Enrique Rodó, (born J , Montevideo—died May 1, , Palermo), Uruguayan philosopher, educator, and essayist, considered by many to have been Spanish America’s greatest philosopher, whose vision of a unified Spanish America inspired his credo, reformarse es vivir (“to reform oneself is to live”), and his devotion to the people of the Americas pervaded.


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A lawyer, Vasconcelos campaigned for the revolutionary presidential candidates Madero and Villa. After serving as rector of José Vasconcelos and his world. book National University of Mexico, he was appointed by President Álvaro Obregón as minister of public education (–24), during which time he initiated major reforms in the school system, especially expanding the rural school program.

JOSÉ VASCONCELOS1 () Rosario Encinas2 José Vasconcelos is, without doubt, one of the most controversial figures in the social and political history of Mexico. Although he spent a good part of his life in either voluntary or compulsory exile, the impact of his original personality goes beyond his own lifetime, while his.

Jose Vasconcelos Jose Vasconcelos () was among the most important and influential Mexican intellectuals of the twentieth century. His childhood was spent partly on the U.S./Mexican border, where he attended schools in Eagle Pass, Texas.

During his formative years, Vasconcelos developed a profound suspicion of Americans, whom he viewed File Size: KB. words. Translated by César Tort.

Translator’s Note. The following excerpt is taken from the chapter on “Independence” in A Brief History of Mexico (Breve historia de México, [México, D.F.: Ediciones Botas,first edition ], pp. –60).The author, José Vasconcelos, one of the most celebrated Mexican intellectuals of the 20th century, wrote: “El desprecio de la.

The personal papers of Mexican politician, writer, and philosopher, José Vasconcelos. The collection contains correspondence, writings by Vasconcelos, newspaper clippings and writings by others related to Vasconcelos, and ephemera showing the widespread impact of Vasconcelos on Mexican culture.

Some of the complexity and ambiguity of José Vasconcelos’s writing, which can be described as simultaneously anti-imperialist and Eurocentric, is perhaps traceable to his direct experiences during the formative years of his childhood (–), when his family lived in Texas, a period that Vasconcelos would later characterize as marked by “race hatred.”Cited by: 1.

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José Vasconcelos (), a Mexican philosopher, sociologist, essayist, educator, and historian, is best known for his four-volume autobiography. José Vasconcelos was born on Feb. 27,in Oaxaca, but the family soon moved to Piedras Negras. When José started to school, he walked across the bridge each day to attend classes on the Texas side.

Mexican educator and thinker Jose Vasconcelos is to Latinos what W.E.B. Du Bois is to African Americans--a controversial scholar who fostered an alternative view of the future. In Josè Vasconcelos: The Prophet of Race, his influential essay, "Mestizaje" key to understanding the role he played in the shaping of multiethnic America--is for.

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Photographs of the "Maestro de la Juventud de América" (Teacher of the Youth of America) as a newborn baby, his childhood, young years and the intimate images of a family patriarch, in a period that his son Héctor Vasconcelos describes as "during the 'years of the eagle' when he gave a turn towards the right and conservatism and a return to.

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About this Item: Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Monterrey, NL, Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. Inscribed by editor In(Alfonso Reyes) he and other like-minded young intellectuals such as Martín Luis Guzmán and José Vasconcelos, founded the Ateneo de la Juventud to promote new cultural and aesthetic ideals and educational reform in Mexico.

José Vasconcelos’s La raza cósmica (The Cosmic Race), a book explaining why mestizos are called to create a balanced, harmonious civilization that will dominate the world in the twenty-first century and beyond, remains enormously influential in the Spanishspeaking world as well as among Latinos in the United States.

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Vasconcelos died at the age of 77 years old at his home in Mexico City, Mexico. Jose Vasconcelos Calderon is considered as one of the greatest literary, intellectual, and political thinkers of Mexico. He walked the streets of Eagle Pass and Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico as a.