A 35-minute documentary that stirs up all kinds of questions about immigration, authenticity, assimilation, preservation of family traditions, the diversity of Spanish-speaking people in the US, notions of success and social mobility, etc; Dan Albert´s Paella/ La paella de Daniel Albert lends itself particularly well to classroom use in a wide range of courses at the high school and college levels. The DVD contains versions for Spanish-speakers, English-speakers, and bilinguals.
To date, the DVD has been purchased by: Barnard College; Boston University; Brandeis University; Clairmont College; Clemson University; Colby College; Connecticut College; Dartmouth College; Duke University; Fordham University; Glenville State U; Harvard; New York University; Northwestern University; Notre Dame; Oberlin College; Ohio State University; Princeton University; Rollins College; Sam Houston State University; Stonehill College; Tufts; Tulane; University of California, Davis; University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; University of Massachusetts, Boston; University of Massachusetts, Amherst; University of Oklahoma; University of Pennsylvania; Wesleyan University; Williams;
We are currently developing teaching materials to accompany the film and will post them here as they are completed.
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