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Voices of a New Chicana / O History - 00 edition

by Refugio I. Rochin and Dennis Nodin Eds. Valdes

Voices of a New Chicana / O History (ISBN10: 0870135236; ISBN13: 9780870135231)
ISBN13: 978-0870135231
ISBN10: 0870135236
Edition/Copyright: 00
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Michigan State University Press
Published: 06/01/1999
International: No

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x, 307 pp., bib. notes; 23 cm. Essays originally presented at a conference, "Towards a New Chicana/o History", held at Michigan State University, 22-23 April 1996. Tight, clean copy. CONTENTS: Truth a morend objectivity in Chicano history, by Rodolfo F. Acuna; Chicano literary history: origin and development, by Luis Leal; Asymmetry, by Ramon Eduardo Ruiz; Chicano history: paradigm shifts and shifting boundaries, by Ramon A. Gutierrez; Region, nation, and world-system: perspectives on midwestern Chicana/o history, by Dennis N. Valdes; State of the discipline: Chicano history, by Louise Ano Nuevo Kerr; Citizen, immigrant, and foreign wage workers: the Chicana/o labor refrain in U.S. labor historiography, by Zaragosa Vargas; History and anthropology: conducting Chicano research, by Martha Menchaca; Beyond internal colonialism: class gender and culture as challenges to Chicano identity, by Maria E. Montoya; Making history: the Chicano movement, by Lorena Oropeza; Ernesto Galarza remembered: a reflection of graduate studies in Chicano history, by Stephen J. Pitti; Reflections on the growth of Chicana/o history, by Alberto Camarillo; A general survey of Chicano/a historiography, by Antionio Rios-Bustamante; The origins and history of the Chicano movement, by Roberto Rodriguez. less
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