Hispanic American Religious Cultures [2 volumes] - American Religious Cultures (Hardback)Miguel A. De la Torre (editor)
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This encyclopedia is the first comprehensive survey of Hispanic American religiosity, contextualizing the roles of Latino and Latina Americans within U.S. religious culture.
* More than 100 entries on specific religious and spiritual traditions among Hispanic Americans, detailing the historic development of their distinctive Latino/a character
* Dozens of contributing scholars, each an expert in Hispanic religious traditions
Number of pages: 779
Weight: 2268 g
Dimensions: 254 x 178 x 66 mm
"Entries cover spiritual affiliations, world faiths, Hispanic practices, history, and key participants, offering an encyclopedia of in-depth articles recommended for Hispanic and spirituality libraries alike." - Midwest Book Review
"This is a valuable work for any college or public library with a large Hispanic population." - ARBAonline
"The tone of [this] work is suitable for most academic and large public libraries. Highly recommended." - Booklist
"This is an indispensable title for academic and public libraries because of its unique focus on religion across the Hispanic American spectrum. Essential. Lower-level undergraduates and above; general readers." - Choice
"...an informative guide to a force of widening influence in the United States. This guide is recommended for academic and public libraries." - Lawrence Looks at Books
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