To belong in Buenos Aires : Germans, Argentines, and the rise of a pluralist society /
A social history of immigration and citizenship in Argentina in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Focusing on social welfare, education, religion, and the role of children, Benjamin Bryce analyzes the efforts of German-speaking immigrants to carve out a place for themselves in the b...
Stanford, California :
Stanford University Press,
Table of Contents:
- Introduction : the future of ethnicity
- Social welfare, paternalism, and the making of German Buenos Aires
- Children, language, and the rise of pluralist society
- The language of citizenship : curriculum and the Argentine state
- An unbounded nation? : local interests and imperial aspirations
- Transatlantic religion and the boundaries of community
- The language of religion : children and the future
- Conclusion : citizenship and ethnicity.