Kirsten Silva Gruesz

Photo of Kirsten Silva GrueszPhoto | Teo MorrellKirsten Silva Gruesz is a leading expert on Spanish-language print culture in the United States and the author of Ambassadors of Culture: The Transamerican Origins of Latino Writing. She is Professor of Literature at the University of California, Santa Cruz.

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Cover: Cotton Mather’s Spanish Lessons: A Story of Language, Race, and Belonging in the Early AmericasCotton Mather’s Spanish Lessons: A Story of Language, Race, and Belonging in the Early AmericasGruesz, Kirsten SilvaHARDCOVER07/05/2022$35.00
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