The Battle over Spanish
between 1800 and 2000

Language ideologies and Hispanic intellectuals

Edited by
José del Valle and Luis Gabriel-Stheeman

Routledge Studies in the History of Linguistics

London and New York: Routledge, 2002

ISBN 0-415-25256-3

Contents (Access Preface, Chapters 1, 5, 7 and References by clicking on title*):

Preface xii

  1. Nationalism, hispanismo, and monoglossic culture

  2.  José del Valle and Luis Gabriel-Stheeman 1-13
  3. Linguistic anti-academicism and Hispanic community: Sarmiento and Unamuno

  4. Barry L. Velleman 14-41
  5. The ideological construction of an empirical base: selection and elaboration in Andrés Bello's grammar

  6. Belford Moré 42-63
  7. Historical linguistics and cultural history: the polemic between Rufino José Cuervo and Juan Valera

  8. José del Valle 64-77
  9. Menéndez Pidal, national regeneration and the linguistic utopia

  10. José del Valle 78-105
  11. "For their own good": The Spanish identity and its Great Inquisitor, Miguel de Unamuno

  12. Joan Ramon Resina 106-133
  13. A nobleman grabs the broom: Ortega y Gasset's verbal hygiene

  14. Luis Gabriel-Stheeman 134-166
  15. José María Arguedas: Peruvian Spanish as subversive assimilation

  16. John C. Landreau 167-192
  17. "Codo con codo": Hispanic community and the language spectacle

  18. José del Valle and Luis Gabriel-Stheeman 193-216
References  217-230

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