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Post-Katrina Brazucas:

Brazilian Immigrants in New Orleans

In the time of reconstruction following the catastrophe of Hurricane Katrina, a number of Brazilian immigrants relocated to New Orleans, establishing their own immigrant network in the city. This ethnographic study examines how this network developed from 2005 to the present and how Brazilians “performed” their presence in their new home. While rebuilding a devastated city, Brazilians created a new enclave in New Orleans and created hybrid forms of Brazilian-New Orleanian cultural expression.

9781608010707 : post-katrina-brazucas-gibson
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298 Pages
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