Bibliophiling Tejano Scholarship
Secondary Sources on Hispanic Texas
Literary Criticism
6 x 9, 472 pp.
23 b&w photos
Pub Date: 03/21/2005
  paper
Price:        $25.00

978-0-9707709-1-2

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Bibliophiling Tejano Scholarship

Secondary Sources on Hispanic Texas

By Bruce A. Glasrud and Arnoldo De León

Webster's Collegiate Dictionary defines bibliophile as "a lover of books," or "a book collector." As such, Bruce Glasrud and Arnoldo De León have approached and accomplished the task of compiling a thorough bibliography of secondary works on Tejano scholarship—defined as those academic works that have Texas as a focus, setting, or theme, and have Mexican-descent people as their subjects. The result is a much-needed reference tool useful to academicians and lay people alike.

BRUCE A. GLASRUD, Dean of Arts and Sciences at Sul Ross State University, in 1998 also cooperated as compiler in the publication of African Americans in the West: A Bibliography of Secondary Sources and Exploring the Afro-Texas Experience: A Bibliography of Secondary Sources about Black Texans.ARNOLDO DE LEON, published widely on Tejano history, he also prepared a first-rate Tejano bibliographical articles for the Southwestern Historical Quarterly, January 1995.

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