FOR EDUCATORS

Since the March 2019 release of the paperback edition, Daughters of the Stone has become required reading in 26 colleges across the United States by professors of Hispanic Literature, Latina/o Studies, Literary Fiction, Latin American Studies, Caribbean Literature, Contemporary Fiction, Puerto Rican Literature, Women's Fiction, African American and Afro-Puerto Rican Literature. The novel was also used as part of the curriculum for a 2019 national summer program that focused on African American Literacy at Oakland Freedom Schools

 

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE MATERIALS

Puerto Rico Mío: Four Decades of Change: Cuatro Décadas de Cambio 

by Jack Delano

Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1990

Puerto Rican Houses in Socio-historical Perspective

by Carol Jopling

Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1990

Images of America: Pioneros: Puerto Ricans in New York City 1896-1948

by Felix V. Matos-Rodriguez and Pedro Juan Hernández

Chicago, IL: Arcadia Publications, 2001

Images of America: South Bronx

by Bill Twomey

Chicago, IL: Arcadia Publications, 2002

SPANISH LANGUAGE MATERIALS

¡Que tiempos aquellos! 

by Andino Acevedo González

Río Piedras, PR: Editorial del la Universidad de Puerto Rico, 1992

*Fotografías para la história de Puerto Rico, 1844-1952

by Osvaldo García

Río Piedras, PR: Educiones Huracán, 1993

*La otra cara de la historia Vol. 1. Album de fotos de la clase obrera ñiqueña

by Lydia Milagros González y A. G. Quintero Rivera

Puerto Rico: Centro de Estudios de la Realidad Puertorriqueña (CEREP), 1984

Cadenas de esclavitud y solidaridad. Esclavos y libertos en San Juan. Siglo XI

by Raúl Mayo Santana, et.al.

Río Piedras, PR: Editorial del la Universidad de Puerto Rico, 1997

Las esclavitud urbana en San Juan

by Mariano Negrón Portillo y Raúl Mayo Santana

Río Piedras, PR: Ediciones Huracán, 2003

*Puerto Rico Negro

by Jalil Sued Badillo, Jalil and Angel López Cantos

Río Piedras, PR: Editorial Cultural, 1986

*Although the text in these editions is in Spanish, the illustrations and photographs make them invaluable to any educator wishing to find visuals for their students.

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