The Battle over Spanish between 1800 and 2000: Language Ideologies and Hispanic Intellectuals

By José Del Valle; Luis Gabriel-Stheeman | Go to book overview

Acknowledgments

We would like to express our gratitude to the people who helped us proofread the final version of the text. Our thanks to Joe Goebel, Susan Martin-Márquez, Peggy Van Kirk and Barry Velleman; very special thanks to Regina Morin. We would also like to acknowledge Tim Connelly's assistance with the translation of chapter 4 from its original Spanish version.

We thank The College of New Jersey's FIRSL Committee for granting Luis Gabriel-Stheeman a course reduction for the completion of this project.

We are grateful to our contributors for accepting our challenge and agreeing to collaborate in our project. Their diligence and willingness to maintain a constant dialogue with us have allowed us to produce a well-focused and cohesive text. We are especially grateful to Barry Velleman for his invaluable help with bibliographic matters.

This book would have not been possible without the guidance and support of Routledge's editorial and production teams. Special thanks go to Joe Whiting, Annabel Watson and Tom Chandler. We are particularly indebted to Tolly Taylor. His willingness to listen to our ideas, his confidence in the viability of our project and his generous, expert advice were essential to successfully launch this work.

A slightly abbreviated Spanish version of chapter 4 appeared in R. Blake, D. Ranson, and R. Wright (eds.), Essays in Hispanic Linguistics Dedicated to Paul M. Lloyd, Delaware: Juan de la Cuesta, 1999. Thanks to Tom Lathrop and Juan de la Cuesta for permission to translate and reprint this article. Chapter 6 was originally presented at the conference "De nuevo el 98" held at UCLA on 29-31 October 1998. It has been previously published in J. Torrecilla (ed.), La Generación del 98 frente al nuevo fin de siglo (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2000), 235-67. Thanks to Fred van der Zee and Rodopi for granting us permission to reprint it.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Biographical Notes ix
  • Preface xii
  • Acknowledgments xiv
  • 1 - Nationalism, Hispanismo, and Monoglossic Culture 1
  • 2 - Linguistic Anti-Academicism and Hispanic Community 14
  • 3 - The Ideological Construction of an Empirical Base 42
  • 4 - Historical Linguistics and Cultural History 64
  • 5 - Menéndez Pidal, National Regeneration and the Linguistic Utopia 78
  • 6 - "For Their Own Good" 106
  • 7 - A Nobleman Grabs the Broom 134
  • 8 - José María Arguedas 167
  • 9 - "Codo Con Codo" 193
  • References 217
  • Index 231
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