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KEYWORDS FOR LATINA/O STUDIES Keywords for Latina/o Studies Edited by DEBORAH R. VARGAS, NANCY RAQUEL MIRABAL, and LAWRENCE LA FOUNTAIN-STOKES

A vocabulary of Latina/o studies 288 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-8330-1 • $27.00

In the Keywords series

“With a powerhouse list of contributors, this collection of 63 alphabetically arranged essays from scholars around the US defines major themes, topics, and keywords in the Latina/o studies discipline...[W]ell-written and well-researched entries...Other than full-blown encyclopedias, monographs of this type that engage with the vocabulary of Latina/o studies are scarce.” —Choice “Including accessible essays from contributors of unquestionable expertise and a solid engagement with the many delineations of the field, this book is an essential resource for students and scholars alike.” —Isabel Molina-Guzmán, author of Dangerous Curves

IMMIGRATION & MIGRATION Girlhood in the Borderlands

Motherhood across Borders

Mexican Teens Caught in the Crossroads of Migration

Immigrants and Their Children in Mexico and New York

LILIA SOTO

“Fresh perspectives to our understanding of transnational migration through the eyes of Mexican teenage girls.” —Patricia Zavella, University of California, Santa Cruz 272 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-6201-6 • $30.00 In the Nation of Nations series

GABRIELLE OLIVEIRA

“In this astute and sensitive ethnography, Oliveira does a remarkable job of capturing the poignant, mundane, tragic, and frustrating aspects of mothering from afar.” —Alyshia Gálvez, Lehman College 272 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-6646-5 • $30.00

The Cultural Politics of U.S. Immigration

FORTHCOMING Illegal Encounters

Gender, Race, and Media

The Effect of Detention and Deportation on Young People Edited by DEBORAH A. BOEHM

LEAH PERRY

“Perry’s comparative emphasis on several migratory groups will make a significant contribution to immigration studies. An ambitious book.” —Claudia Sadowski-Smith, author of Border Fictions 288 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-2386-4 • $30.00 In the Nation of Nations series

and SUSAN J. TERRIO

“Elucidate[s] the myriad ways young people’s lives are shaped... by the immigration laws and enforcement practices.” —Tanya Golash-Boza, University of California, Merced 256 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-6107-1 • $30.00 FEBRUARY 2019

Mobile Selves

The Health of Newcomers

Race, Migration, and Belonging in Peru and the U.S.

Immigration, Health Policy, and the Case for Global Solidarity PATRICIA ILLINGWORTH and

ULLA D. BERG

An exploration of how Peruvian migrants maintain meaningful social relations across borders 336 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-7570-2 • $28.00 In the Social Transformations in American Anthropology series

WENDY E. PARMET

“A bright light of rationality on the pervasive public discourse about migration and health.” —Lawrence O. Gostin, Georgetown University Law Center 320 PAGES • CLOTH 978-0-8147-8921-6 • $45.00

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THE LATINA/O SOCIOLOGY SERIES Immigrants Under Threat

Citizens but Not Americans

Risk and Resistance in Deportation Nation

Race and Belonging among Latino Millennials

GREG PRIETO

A portrait of two Mexican immigrant communities confronting threats of deportation, detention, and dispossession 256 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-2146-4 • $28.00

NILDA FLORES-GONZÁLEZ

“Nilda Flores-González challenges scholars to move beyond current conceptualizations of race, the racial order, and national inclusion that do not match Latinos’ self-understandings as racialized subjects.” —Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, author of Racism without Racists 208 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-4077-9 • $27.00

Latina Teachers

From Deportation to Prison

Creating Careers and Guarding Culture

The Politics of Immigration Enforcement in Post-Civil Rights America

GLENDA M. FLORES

“A must read for anyone interested in understanding an asset perspective of Latino education.” —Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo, author of Paradise Transplanted 272 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-1353-7 • $28.00

PATRISIA MACÍAS-ROJAS

“The book makes a compelling case for cross-movement organizing and is essential reading for scholars, activists and policy makers.” —Beth E. Richie, author of Arrested Justice 240 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-3118-0 • $28.00

Deported

Family Secrets

Immigrant Policing, Disposable Labor and Global Capitalism

Stories of Incest and Sexual Violence in Mexico

TANYA MARIA GOLASH-BOZA

“Deported is a novel contribution to sociology and a studentfriendly text that effectively serves both scholars of the United States and scholars of global migration.” —International Migration Review 320 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-4397-8 • $28.00

GLORIA GONZÁLEZ-LÓPEZ

“A powerfully thought-provoking and courageous work that carries reverberations for understanding how incest and sexual violence within the family impact greater community and societal violence.” —American Journal of Sociology 352 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-6913-8 • $28.00

CRIMINOLOGY The Neighborhood Has Its Own Rules Latinos and African Americans in South Los Angeles CID MARTINEZ

“Martinez undertakes a critical and relevant topic that contributes across many fields.” —Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 272 PAGES • PAPER 978-0-8147-6284-4 • $28.00

Punished Policing the Lives of Black and Latino Boys VICTOR M. RIOS

“Punished presents unique data and compelling analytical insights, opening what should prove to be a fruitful line of research.” —Social Forces 237 PAGES • PAPER 978-0-8147-7638-4 • $24.00 In the New Perspectives in Crime, Deviance, and Law series

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GENDER & SEXUALITY After the Party

A Taste for Brown Bodies

A Manifesto for Queer of Color Life

Gay Modernity and Cosmopolitan Desire

JOSHUA CHAMBERS-LETSON

“Joshua Chambers-Letson invites us to the party in his beautifully written consideration of the collective functions of performance for more livable black and brown, queer and trans worlds.” —C. Riley Snorton, author of Black on Both Sides 336 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-3277-4 • $30.00 In the Sexual Cultures series

HIRAM PÉREZ

“This book is sure to incite intense debate, ruffle the right feathers, and move us beyond the impasse that equates race politics with knee-jerk identity politics.” —Richard T. Rodriguez, author of Next of Kin 192 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-4586-6 • $26.00 In the Sexual Cultures series

Graffiti Grrlz

Surviving State Terror

Performing Feminism in the Hip Hop Diaspora

Women’s Testimonies of Repression and Resistance in Argentina

JESSICA NYDIA PABÓN-COLÓN

“Graffiti Grrlz will change the way we think about women’s involvement in Hip Hop culture and the way we think about feminist movements.” —Gwendolyn D. Pough, author of Check It While I Wreck It

BARBARA SUTTON

“A complex, creative, and powerful analysis of gender-based violence in Argentina’s clandestine detention centers.” —Cecilia Menjívar, author of Enduring Violence

240 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-9593-9 • $30.00

328 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-2992-7 • $35.00

Respect Yourself, Protect Yourself

Sexual Futures, Queer Gestures, and Other Latina Longings

Latina Girls and Sexual Identity LORENA GARCIA

“Garcia’s intersectional analysis is brilliant as she always considers how pattern in mothers’ and daughters’ responses and actions reflect larger cultural discourses about women, motherhood, sexuality, race, or class.” —Community Literary Journal 240 PAGES • PAPER 978-0-8147-3317-2 • $26.00 In the Intersections series

JUANA MARÍA RODRÍGUEZ

“The book’s intriguing methodological protocols, its vibrant archives, and its foregrounding of a Latina femme perspective make it a commanding contribution.” —GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 240 PAGES • PAPER 978-0-8147-6492-3 • $24.00 In the Sexual Cultures series

LAW The New Deportations Delirium Interdisciplinary Responses Edited by DANIEL KANSTROOM and M. BRINTON LYKES “Analyzes the critical ambiguities in current deportation law, the plight of ‘mixed-status’ families, the pressures facing immigration judges, and many other problems.” —Choice 304 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-6867-4 • $49.00 In the Citizenship and Migration in the Americas series SAVE 20% WITH CODE LSA18 AT CHECKOUT

Beyond Deportation The Role of Prosecutorial Discretion in Immigration Cases SHOBA SIVAPRASAD WADHIA “An essential resource for researchers wishing to study deferred action prior to and immediately after the introduction of DACA.” —Choice 240 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-7005-9 • $28.00 In the Citizenship and Migration in the Americas series


MEDIA / LITERATURE / CULTURE

Colonial Phantoms

Before Chicano

Belonging and Refusal in the Dominican Americas, from the 19th Century to the Present

Citizenship and the Making of Mexican American Manhood, 1848-1959

DIXA RAMÍREZ

Highlights the histories and cultural expressions of the Dominican people 336 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-6756-1 • $30.00 In the Nation of Nations series

ALBERTO VARON

“[A] groundbreaking, beautifully written literary and intellectual history of Mexican-American manhood.” —Raúl Coronado, author of A World Not to Come 336 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-3119-7 • $35.00 In the America and the Long 19th Century series

Chicana/o Remix

Diversión

Art and Errata Since the Sixties

Play and Popular Culture in Cuban America

KAREN MARY DAVALOS

“Davalos elucidates the key debates around the evaluation and representation of Chicana/o art, and the strategies used by Chicano/a artists, curators, and collectors to challenge dominant aesthetic structures. “ —Arlene Dávila, author of Culture Works 336 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-2112-9 • $30.00

America, As Seen on TV How Television Shapes Immigrant Expectations around the Globe CLARA E. RODRÍGUEZ

“This is a landmark study of television’s role in shaping popular views of our nation, particularly its racial, ethnic, class, and gender diversity.” —Carlos E. Cortés, author of The Children Are Watching 240 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-1852-5 • $28.00

The Latino Nineteenth Century Edited by RODRIGO LAZO and JESSE ALEMÁN

“This dazzling constellation of scholars...highlight the historical dimensions of ‘the Latino/a’ and speak to the concurrent traditions, canons, moments, and tensions that have long been neglected and overlooked.” —Claudia Milian, author of Latining America 384 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-5587-2 • $30.00 In the America and the Long 19th Century series

ALBERT SERGIO LAGUNA

“A highly original and vital contribution to the cultural and scholarly activity of the contemporary Cuban diaspora in the U.S.” —Alexandra T. Vazquez, author of Listening in Detail 296 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-4614-6 • $30.00 In the Nation of Nations series

Contemporary Latina/o Media Production, Circulation, Politics Edited by ARLENE DÁVILA and YEIDY M. RIVERO

“Contemporary Latina/o Media provides scholars with a much-needed resource for rethinking media studies and will undoubtedly emerge as a touchstone volume on its topic.” —American Studies Journal 368 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-6058-6 • $25.00

Ethnology and Empire Languages, Literature, and the Making of the North American Borderlands ROBERT LAWRENCE GUNN

“Demonstrates the power and flexibility of postmodern approaches to the study of colonial relationships.” —American Quarterly 304 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-4905-5 • $28.00 In the America and the Long 19th Century series

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HISTORY Suspect Freedoms

Sugar, Cigars, and Revolution

The Racial and Sexual Politics of Cubanidad in New York, 18231957

The Making of Cuban New York

NANCY RAQUEL MIRABAL

“This splendid example of scholarship will be an essential text for scholars of Cuba, the Cuban diaspora, and U.S. Latino studies generally.” —Gerald E. Poyo, St. Mary’s University 320 PAGES • PAPER 978-0-8147-6112-0 • $30.00 In the Culture, Labor, History Series

LISANDRO PÉREZ

“In this colorful and scrupulously researched history, Pérez...traces the 19th-century origins of Cuban New York. [His] engrossing work showcases a little-discussed facet of New York City’s rich history.” —Publishers Weekly 400 PAGES • CLOTH 978-0-8147-6727-6 • $35.00 In the America and the Long 19th Century Series

Steel Barrio

Manifest Destinies

The Great Mexican Migration to South Chicago, 1915-1940

The Making of the Mexican American Race

MICHAEL INNIS-JIMÉNEZ

SECOND EDITION

“Steel Barrio joins a growing body of work on Mexican migration and life in the ‘Windy City,’ and is likely to become an important book in the field, if not an obligatory starting point.” —Journal of American Studies 248 PAGES • PAPER 978-0-8147-2465-1 • $27.00 In the Culture, Labor, History Series

LAURA E. GÓMEZ

“Manifest Destinies is as compelling now as it was in its first edition a decade ago and if anything even more timely.” —David Roediger , author of How Race Survived U.S. History 320 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-9428-4 • $26.00

RELIGION The Healing Power of the Santuario de Chimayó

FORTHCOMING Jesus Saved an Ex-Con

America’s Miraculous Church

Political Activism and Redemption after Incarceration

BRETT HENDRICKSON

“This case study greatly illuminates the history of New Mexico and will become a go-to book for students of religion in the borderlands.”—Roberto Lint Sagarena, Middlebury College 264 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-8427-8 • $30.00 in the Religion, Race and Ethnicity series

Border Medicine A Transcultural History of Mexican American Curanderismo BRETT HENDRICKSON

“A powerful and beautifully written ethno-historical study of curanderismo in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands.” —Kristy NabhanWarren, author of The Virgin of El Barrio 256 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-4632-0 • $24.00 In the North American Religions series

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EDWARD OROZCO FLORES

The efforts of faith-based organizations to expand the rights of the formerly incarcerated 224 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-6454-6 • $30.00 OCTOBER 2018

God’s Gangs Barrio Ministry, Masculinity, and Gang Recovery EDWARD OROZCO FLORES

“Should be commended for bringing urban ministries and gang recovery to the fore... makes a particularly strong contribution to research on urban poverty and crime.” —American Journal of Sociology 243 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-7812-3 • $26.00


RACE & ETHNICITY Whiteness on the Border

Unbecoming Blackness

Mapping the US Racial Imagination in Brown and White

The Diaspora Cultures of Afro-Cuban America

LEE BEBOUT

“Displaying mastery of the intellectual traditions of critical whiteness studies and Chicana/o studies, Lee Bebout draws deftly on complicated concepts.” —George Lipsitz, author of How Racism Takes Place 304 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-5853-8 • $26.00 In the Nation of the Nations series

ANTONIO LOPEZ

“Lopez forces readers to rethink notions of blackness so that these ideas are specific to place, yet also to consider the fluidity of these discourses in relation to physical movement and their reestablishment in new locations.” —Vanessa K. Valdes, MELUS 282 PAGES • PAPER • 978-0-81476547-0 • $26.00 In the American Literatures Initiative series

Critical Race Theory

Latino Heartland

An Introduction THIRD EDITION

Of Borders and Belonging in the Midwest

RICHARD DELGADO and JEAN STEFANCIC

“Comprehensive and insightful, Critical Race Theory, Third Edition is...an essential tool for today’s world.” —Stephanie M. Wildman, Santa Clara University 224 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-0276-0 • $19.00 In the Critical America series

SUJEY VEGA

“Vega challenges us to rethink notions of community and belonging in our increasingly ethnically and racially diverse society.” —Arlene Dávila, author of Culture Works 304 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-9604-2 • $30.00

YOUTH & FAMILY Citizen, Student, Soldier

Multiracial Parents

Latina/o Youth, JROTC, and the American Dream

Mixed Families, Generational Change, and the Future of Race

GINA M. PÉREZ

“Could form the backbone for a course on an increasingly militarized homeland that stubbornly remains invisible.” —American Anthropologist 272 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-0780-2• $28.00 In the Social Transformations in American Anthropology series

The Maid’s Daughter Living Inside and Outside the American Dream MARY ROMERO

“Two decades of research culminate in the real-life story of a Mexican-American girl navigating issues of class, race, and identity in contemporary Los Angeles.” —Los Angeles Magazine 277 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-1466-4 • $25.00

MIRI SONG

“A rich account of the complexities of racially classifying mixed-race children. Song strikes at the heart of where mixed-race identity and its variants...are formed.” —Edward E. Telles, author of Pigmentocracies 192 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-2590-5 • $27.00

Giving Up Baby Safe Haven Laws, Motherhood, and Reproductive Justice LAURY OAKS

“Oaks skillfully navigates the complex web of issues, from class politics to notions of maternal love, that intersect with safe haven laws.” —Pacific Standard 288 PAGES • PAPER 978-1-4798-0636-2 • $27.00

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