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A Companion to Latina/o Studies

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560 pages
A Companion to Latina/o Studies is a collection of 40original essays written by leading scholars in the field, dedicatedto exploring the question of what 'Latino/a' is.

  • Brings together in one volume a diverse range of originalessays by established and emerging scholars in the field ofLatina/o Studies
  • Offers a timely reference to the issues, topics, and approachesto the study of US Latinos - now the largest minority population inthe United States
  • Explores the depth of creative scholarship in this field,including theories of latinisimo, immigration, political andeconomic perspectives, education, race/class/gender and sexuality,language, and religion
  • Considers areas of broader concern, including history,identity, public representations, cultural expression andracialization (including African and Native Americanheritage).
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Contents
Notes on Contributors Editors’ Foreword Acknowledgments
Part I
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7
Latinidades
Between Religious Powers and Social
Marks of the Chicana Corpus: An Intervention in the Universality Debate Helena María Viramontes
The New Latin Nation: Immigration and the Hispanic Population of the United States Alejandro Portes
“Dime con quién hablas, y te diré quién eres”: Linguistic (In)security and Latina/o Unity Ana Celia Zentella
(Re)constructing Latinidad: The Challenge of Latina/o Studies Frances R. Aparicio
The Name Game: Locating Latinas/os, Latins, and Latin Americans in the US Popular Music Landscape Deborah Pacini Hernández
Cuando Dios y Usted Quiere: Latina/o Studies Between Religious Powers and Social Thought David Carrasco
Latina/o Cultural Expressions: A View of US Society Through the Eyes of the Subaltern Edna Acosta-Belén
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25
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The Star in My Compass Virginia Sánchez Korrol
Preservation Matters: Research, Community, and the Archive Chon A. Noriega
En la lucha: Sites of Struggle
Latinas/os and the Elusive Quest for Equal Education Sonia Nieto
Of Heretics and Interlopers Arturo Madrid
Vidas: Herstories/Histories
“El Louie” by José Montoya: An Appreciation Raúl Villa
Coloring Class: Racial Constructions in Twentieth-Century Chicana/o Historiography Vicki L. Ruiz
“Y Que Pasara Con Jovenes Como Miguel Fernández?” Education, Immigration, and the Future of Latinas/os in the United States Pedro A. Noguera
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Part III
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217
126
151
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Part IV
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185
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On Becoming Nelly Rosario
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169
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8
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José Limón, the Devil and the Dance José E. Limón
10
DCoavnitdenCtasrrasco
Actos: Critical Practices
Language and Other Lethal Weapons: Cultural Politics and the Rites of Children as Translators of Culture Antonia I. Castañeda
Looking for Papi: Longing and Desire Among Chicano Gay Men Tomás Almaguer
The Everyday Civil War: Migrant Labor, Capital, and Latina/o Studies Nicholas De Genova
The Powers of Women’s Words: Oral Tradition and Performance Art Yolanda Broyles-González
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Part II
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31
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21
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297
Between Religious Powers anCdoSnotceinatls
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Part V
Latinas/os at the Threshold of the Information Age: Telecommunications Challenges and Opportunities Jorge Reina Schement
A Rebellious Philosophy Born in East LA Gerald P. López
Surviving AIDS in an Uneven World: Latina/o Studies for a Brown Epidemic Carlos Ulises Decena
Conceptualizing the Latina Experience in Care Work Mary Romero
Mestizaje: Revisiting Race
Post-Movimiento: The Contemporary (Re)Generation of Chicana(o) Art Tomás Ybarra-Frausto
Latinas/os and theMestizoRacial Heritage of Mexican Americans Martha Menchaca
“God Bless the Law, He Is White”: Legal, Local, and International Politics of Latina /o and Black Desegregation Cases in Post-World War II California and Texas Neil Foley
Color Matters: Latina/o Racial Identities and Life Chances Ginetta E. B. Candelario
Looking at that Middle Ground: Racial Mixing as Panacea? Miriam Jiménez Román
Afro-Latinas/os and the Racial Wall Silvio Torres-Saillant
Between Blackness andLatinidadin the Hip Hop Zone Raquel Z. Rivera
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The (W)rite to Remember: Indígena as Scribe 2004–5 (an excerpt) Cherríe Moraga
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276
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313
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32
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27
The Moral Monster: Hispanics Recasting Honor and Respectability Behind Bars Patricia Fernández-Kelly
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397
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513
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417
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461
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“How I Learned To Love Salseros When My Hair Was A Mess” by Edwin Torres: A Comment Edwin Torres
Identidades: Producing Subjectivities
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40
Reflections on Thirty Years of Critical Practice in Chicana/o Cultural Studies Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano
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480
Social Aesthetics and the Transnational Imaginary Ramón Saldívar
Inter-American Ethnography: Tracking Salvadoran Transnationality at the Borders of Latina/o and Latin American Studies Elana Zilberg
492
“Chico, what does it feel like to be a problem?” The Transmission of Brownness José Esteban Muñoz
“Fantasy Heritage”: Tracking Latina Bloodlines Rosa Linda Fregoso
The Taíno Identity Movement Among Caribbean Latinas/os in the United States Gabriel Haslip-Viera
Looking Good Frances Negrón-Muntaner
Latinas/os and the (Re)racializing of US Society and Politics Suzanne Oboler
Refugees or Economic Immigrants? Immigration from Latin America and the Politics of US Refugee Policy María Cristina García
En El Mundo: Transnational Connections
Latinas/os and Latin America: Topics, Destinies, Disciplines Román de la Campa
Index
45
From the Borderlands to the Transnational? Critiquing Empire in the Twenty-First Century María Josefina Saldaña-Portillo
viii
CDoanvitdenCtasrrasco
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Part VI
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Part VII
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