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Manuel F. Medrano
cloth / 978-1-57441-287-1 / $22.95
Américo Paredes (1915-1999) was a folklorist, scholar, and professor at the University of Texas at Austin who is widely acknowledged as one of the founding scholars of Chicano ... More
Edited by Gregorio Mora-Torres
paper / 978-1-57441-438-7 / $19.95 s
In the early 1870s, Hubert H. Bancroft and his assistants set out to record the memoirs of early Californios, one of them being eighty-three-year-old Don José María Amador, ... More
Gilbert G. Gonzalez
paper / 978-1-57441-501-8 / $18.95 s

Chicano Education in the Era of Segregation analyzes the socioeconomic origins of the theory and practice of segregated schooling for Mexican-Americans from 1910 to 1950. Gilbert G. ... More

By Guadalupe San Miguel Jr.
cloth / 978-1-57441-171-3 / $21.95
Bilingual education is one of the most contentious and misunderstood educational programs in the country. It raises significant questions about this country’s national identity, the nature of federalism, ... More
By Robert D. Wood S.M.
cloth / 978-1-57441-173-7 / $24.95 s
Based on documents from the Laredo Archives, Life in Laredo shows the evolution and development of daily life in a town under the flags of Spain, Mexico, and the ... More
cloth / 978-1-57441-632-9 / $29.95
Based on articles written for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, author Richard J. Gonzales draws on his educational, inner-city and professional life experiences to weave eyewitness testimony into issues facing ... More
cloth / 978-1-57441-530-8 / $24.95 s
The 2010 US Census data showed that over the last decade the Latino population grew from 35.3 million to 50.5 million, accounting for more than half of the ... More
By Juan Francisco Martínez
cloth / 978-1-57441-222-2 / $24.95 s

Mexican Protestantism was born in the encounter between Mexican Catholics and Anglo American Protestants, after the United States ventured into the Southwest and wrested territory from Mexico in

Edited by Linda Heidenreich with Antonia I. Castañeda    
Original Interviews by Luz María Gordillo    
Conclusion by Deena J. González
cloth / 978-1-57441-568-1 / $39.95 s
paper / 978-1-57441-569-8 / $19.95 s
Three Decades of Engendering History collects ten of Antonia I. Castañeda’s best articles, including the widely circulated article “Engendering the History of Alta California, 1769–1848,” in which Castañeda ... More

By Jeffrey Marcos Garcilazo. Foreword by Vicki L. Ruiz.

cloth / 978-1-57441-464-6 / $49.95 s
paper / 978-1-57441-627-5 / $24.95 s
Perhaps no other industrial technology changed the course of Mexican history in the United States—and Mexico—than did the coming of the railroads. Tens of thousands of Mexicans worked ... More