Inventing the Fiesta City

Inventing the Fiesta City

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Fiesta San Antonio began in 1891 and through the twentieth century expanded from a single parade to over two hundred events spanning a ten-day period. Laura HernAindez-Ehrisman examines Fiesta's development as part of San Antonio's culture of power relations between men and women, Anglos and Mexicanos. In some ways Fiesta resembles hundreds of urban celebrations across the country, but San Antonio offers a unique fusion of Southern, Western, and Mexican cultures that articulates a distinct community identity. From its beginning as a celebration of a new social order in San Antonio controlled by a German and Anglo elite to the citywide spectacle of today, HernAindez-Ehrisman traces the connections between Fiesta and the construction of the city's tourist industry and social change in San Antonio.Michaele Haynes also connects Bourdieua#39;s concepts specifically to the Order of the Alamoa#39;s Coronation, Dressing Up ... William R. Taylor, Cavalier and Yankee: The Old South and American National Character (Cambridge, MA: Harvardanbsp;...

Title:Inventing the Fiesta City
Author: Laura Hernández-Ehrisman
Publisher:UNM Press - 2008

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