Encyclopedia of Latina and Latino Popular

More from this show

A group of Arizona State University professors spent three years on a project that will encompass 400,000 words and 500 essays, along with images and photos, in the Encyclopedia of Latina and Latino Popular Culture in the United States. The two-volume set promises its readers a comprehensive look at the diversity among Latinos in the United States and examines well-known and lesser-known pioneers in literature, music, art, folklore, religion, geography, sports, politics and food. It is expected to come out in the fall. Guests are ASU Professor Dr. Cordelia Candelaria (General Editor) and Assistant Professor Dr. Peter Garcia (Senior Editor).

A graphic for the Arizona PBS news show,
airs April 13

This week on Horizonte!

Illustration of columns of a capitol building with text reading: Arizona PBS AZ Votes 2024
airs April 16

Arizona PBS presents candidate debates as part of ‘AZ Votes 2024’

Graphic for the AZPBS kids LEARN! Writing Contest with a child sitting in a chair writing on a table and text reading: The Ultimate Field Trip
May 12

Submit your entry for the 2024 Writing Contest

The Capital building with text reading: Circle on Circle: Robert Lowell's D.C.
May 2

An evening with ‘Poetry in America’

Subscribe to Arizona PBS Newsletters

STAY in touch
with azpbs.org!

Subscribe to Arizona PBS Newsletters: