1 edition of New directions in Chicano scholarship found in the catalog.
New directions in Chicano scholarship
by Chicano Studies Program, University of California, San Diego in La Jolla
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Ricardo Romo and Raymund Paredes.|
|Series||Chicano studies monograph series|
|Contributions||Romo, Ricardo., Paredes, Raymund.|
|LC Classifications||E184.M5 N37|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 268 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||79620743|
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New Directions in Chicano Scholarship, Kanellos situates the book around the cities where Hispanic theatre flourished: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Tucson, Laredo, San Antonio, New York, and Tampa. From vaudeville and tent theatre to an examination of the individual careers of actors, writers, and directors, Kanellos charts the rise of. This collection of essays traces the historical development of ethnic studies, its place in U.S. universities and the curriculum, and new directions in contemporary scholarship. Essays include: "Introduction: Color-Line to Borderlands" (Johnnella E. Butler); "Multiculturalism: Battleground or Meeting Ground?" (Ronald Takaki); "Ethnic Studies as a Matrix for the Humanities, the Social Sciences Author: Johnnella E. Butler.
See Américo Parades' criticism of Madsen, The Mexican Americans of South Texas in the key essay ‘Ethnographic work among minority groups’ in Romo, R. and Paredes, R. (eds.), New Directions in Chicano Scholarship (La Jolla: University of California at San Diego, ).Cited by: 3. Consists of correspondence, manuscripts, research papers, publications, clippings, programs, and photographs which reflect the activities and interests of Ricardo Romo from the late s. Includes drafts and research materials for Romo's works, including East Los Angeles: history of a barrio and New directions in Chicano scholarship.
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New directions in Chicano scholarship. La Jolla: Chicano Studies Program, University of California, San Diego, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
: New Directions in Chicano Scholarship (): Romo, Ricardo, Pares, Raymund: BooksCited by: In The Chicano Movement: Perspectives from the 21st Century, Mario García gathers the newest scholarship on this important series of events.
What emerges is a broader view of the Chicano movement that allows us to see its limits and reach.5/5(2). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Essays appeared originally in New scholar, vol.
6, Description: vii, pages ; 23 cm. New Directions in Chicano Scholarship Scholarly and lay readers of this highly representative volume are likely to feel grateful to its editors for their efforts in bringing together such a rich collection of writings.
Not all anthologies succeed in attaining an internal coherence. This one, happily, by: Representing various scholarly interests and ideologies, 7 of the 12 essays discuss ethnographers frequent misrepresentation of Chicano culture because they are unaware of the "performance" element of Chicano behavior; "agringado joking", a tactic used by Texas Chicanos to mark ethnic boundaries and to protect their cultural identity; the strengths and deficiencies of such critical approaches Cited by: Reviews.
In The Chicano Movement: Perspectives from the 21st Century, Mario García gathers the newest scholarship on this important series of emerges is a broader view of the Chicano movement that allows us to see its limits and reach.
This book offers a fresh take on the Chicano movement from young, promising scholars, who will shape our understanding of this phenomenon for. The Chicana/o Scholarship Fund Board of Trustees is saddened by the loss of advocate, activist, teacher, and friend Robert “Archie” Archuleta New directions in Chicano scholarship book January Archuleta spent decades of his life advocating for the advancement of the Chicana/Chicano community in Utah and was recognized for his efforts with the Chicana/o Scholarship Fund.
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“I asked Ezra Pound for ‘career advice,’” Laughlin recalled. “He had been seeing my poems for months and had ruled them hopeless. Chicanos and Chicanas, or Mexican Americans, are deeply rooted in the cultures of African, European, and Native American groups.
The richness of Chicano culture is especially evident in such folklore genres as myths, tales, legends, traditional beliefs, songs, games, and riddles. Written especially for high school students and general readers, this book is an introductory guide to Chicano 4/5(1).
From a diverse range of perspectives, a new generation of Chicana scholars here chronicles the previously undocumented rich tapestry of Chicanas' lives over the last three centuries. Focusing on how women have grappled with political subordination and sexual exploitation, the contributors confront the complex intersection of class, race, ethnicity, and gender that defines the Chicana experience in.
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Chicana/o history has reached an intriguing juncture. While academic and intellectual studies are embracing new, highly nuanced perspectives on race, class, gender, education, identity, and community, the field itself continues to be viewed as a battleground, subject to attacks from outside academia by those who claim that the discipline promotes racial hatred and anti-Americanism.
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Villanueva, a graduate of New Mexico State, was just beginning his broadcasting career at that time, after eight years as a place kicker with the Los. As a vital field of scholarship, book history has now reached a stage of maturity where its early work can be reassessed and built upon.
That is the goal of New Directions in Book History. This series will publish monographs in English that employ advanced methods and open up new frontiers in research, written by younger, mid-career, and senior.
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New Directions in Chicana Feminist Theory and Practice Selected Bibliography Index. Reviews/Endorsements Reviews. Blea's political position deserves the respect of the Chicano intellectual community and provides the underlying theme of most of her work.
This most recent book reflects Blea's commitment to a Chicano feminism. Tomas Ybarra-Frausto, " The Chicano Movement and the Emergence of a Chicano Poetic Consciousness, " New Directions in Chicano Scholarship. "The Chicano Movement and the Emergence of a Chicano Poetic Consciousness." In New Directions in Chicano Scholarship, ed.
Ricardo Romo and Raymund Paredes, pp. 81– La Jolla: University of California at San Diego, Chicano Studies. Zamora, Emilio. This book offers a fresh take on the Chicano movement from young, promising scholars, who will shape our understanding of this phenomenon for years to come.
Anyone interested in Latino life and culture in the present, must read this book about the recent past, which challenges us to envision a more emancipatory future/5(3).New Directions in Book History, then, will be broadly inclusive but always in the vanguard.
It will experiment with inventive methodologies, explore unexplored archives, debate overlooked issues, challenge prevailing theories, study neglected subjects, and demonstrate the relevance of book history to other academic fields.
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