By treating ethnicities and nationalisms together to belong in buenos aires reminds readers that identities are constructed and multiple the stories of german speaking argentines are the stories of the americas as citizenship and belonging were negotiated in the creation of a pluralistic new world. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more. To belong in buenos aires germans argentines and the rise of a pluralist society benjamin bryce in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries a massive wave of immigration transformed the cultural landscape of argentina. To belong in buenos aires germans argentines and the rise of a pluralist society stanford university press 2018 describes a period from the 1880s to the 1930s when a massive wave of immigration transformed argentine society and the countrys cultural landscape by 1914 almost half the residents of buenos aires were foreign nationals. To belong in buenos aires germans argentines and the rise of a pluralist society benjamin bryce abstract this book analyzes the activities and fantasies of the people who sought to create a lasting german community in buenos aires and the behavior of others who challenged that project it argues that ideas about the future drove thousands
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