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Title La Florida : five hundred years of Hispanic presence / edited by Viviana Diaz Balsera and Rachel A. May.
Imprint Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2014]
2014

Series UPCC book collections on Project MUSE. Global Cultural Studies.
Subject Florida -- Discovery and exploration -- Spanish.
Spaniards -- Florida -- History.
Hispanic Americans -- Florida -- History.
Alt Name Diaz Balsera, Viviana, 1957-
May, Rachel A.,
Description 1 online resource
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed January 8, 2015).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction. Ponce's ghosts : Spain and Florida, 1513-2013 / Gary R. Mormino -- Part I. La Florida : first and second Spanish periods. Introduction : three hundred years of La Florida / Viviana Diaz Balsera -- Charting Juan Ponce de Leon's 1513 voyage to Florida : the Calusa Indians amid latitudes of controversy / Jerald T. Milanich -- "Until the land was understood" : Spaniards confront La Florida, 1500-1600 / Paul E. Hoffman -- On the trail of texts from early Spanish Florida : Garcilaso's La Florida del Inca and Ore's Relacion de los martires / Raquel Chang-Rodriguez -- A land renowned for war : Florida as a maritime marchland / Amy Turner Bushnell -- "Giving liberty to all" : Spanish Florida as a Black sanctuary, 1673-1790 / Jane Landers -- The experience of a loss : Spain, Florida, and the United States (1783-1833) / Carmen de la Guardia Herrero -- Part II. Postcolonial and contemporary Florida. Introduction : Florida in the modern world / Rachel A. May -- Fireworks over Fernandina : the Atlantic dimension of the Amelia Island episode, 1817 / Karen Racine -- The old world in the new : Florida discovers the arts of Spain, 1885-1930 / Richard L. Kagan -- Performing diasporas, or Cubanidad meets Jim Crow : Miami in a period of demographic transition before the Cuban Revolution / Darien J. Davis -- Mickey Ricans? The recent Puerto Rican diaspora to Florida / Jorge Duany -- Miami in the twenty-first century : still on the edge? / Alex Stepick and Marcos Feldman -- How Cubans transformed Florida politics and gained national influence / Susan Eckstein.
Summary "Commemorating Juan Ponce de Leon's landfall on the Atlantic coast of Florida, this ambitious volume explores five centuries of Hispanic presence in the New World peninsula, reflecting on the breadth and depth of encounters between the different lands and cultures. The contributors, leading experts in a range of fields, begin with an examination of the first and second Spanish periods. This was a time when La Florida was an elusive possession that the Spaniards were never able to completely secure; but Spanish influence would nonetheless leave an indelible mark on the land. In the second half of this volume, the essays highlight the Hispanic cultural legacy, politics, and history of modern Florida and expand on Florida's role as a modern transatlantic cross roads."--Publisher's description.
ISBN 9780813055053 (electronic bk.)
0813055059 (electronic bk.)
0813060117
9780813060118
OCLC # 895660709
Additional Format Print version: Florida. Gainesville, FL : University Press of Florida, [2014] 0813060117 (DLC) 2014939126 (OCoLC)894741626



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