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GENDER AND SEXUALITY

1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation. Courtesy of Letitia Gomez.

Queer Brown Voices Personal Narratives of Latina/o LGBT Activism

EDITED BY URIEL QUESADA, LETITIA G O M E Z , A N D S A LV A D O R V I D A L - O R T I Z

Essays chronicling the experiences of fourteen Latina/o LGBT activists present a new perspective on the hitherto-marginalized history of their work in the last three decades of the twentieth century release date | 2015

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GENDER AND SEXUALITY

GE ND E R A ND S E X UA L I T Y

[Un]Framing the “Bad Woman” Sor Juana, Malinche, Coyolxauhqui, and Other Rebels with a Cause B Y A L I C I A G A S PA R D E A L B A

One of America’s leading interpreters of the Chicana experience dismantles the discourses that “frame” women who rebel against patriarchal strictures as “bad women” and offers empowering models of struggle, resistance, and rebirth. release date | 2014 6 x 9 inches, 400 pages, 8 color, and 35 b&w photos, 2 charts ISBN 978-0-292-75850-6 $27.95 | £17.99 | C$34.95

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“This is an intellectually and emotionally generous book that will provide inspiration and intellectual leadership for generations of feminist students of color to come. . . . May this work be remembered for its ethical rebellion, may this rebellion become the basis for constructing new modes of consciousness in the Americas.” — C H E L A S A N D O V A L , Associate Professor of Chicana/o Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara, author of Methodology of the Oppressed

Far left: Woman with Frames (2010). Photo by Raymond Meier, courtesy Trunk Archive. Left: Alma López, La Llorona Desperately Seeking Coyolxauhqui, © 2003. Serigraph. Used by permission of the artist.

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GEN D ER A N D S E X UA L IT Y

GE ND E R A ND S E X UA L I T Y

Domestic Disturbances Re-Imagining Narratives of Gender, Labor, and Immigration

WRITTEN, COMPILED, AND COLLECTED BY

VIRGINIA GRISE AND IRMA MAYORGA FOREWORD BY TIFFANY ANA LÓPEZ

BY I R E N E M ATA

Domestic Disturbances examines the treatment of the traditional immigrant narrative in popular culture, illuminating the possibilities of alternative stories by reading Chicana/Latinaproduced texts through a new interpretation of the immigrant paradigm. “Mata’s readings of immigration and migrant subjectivities contribute to expanding the knowledge production of the genre.”

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—ALICIA ARRIZÓN, author of Latina Performance and Queering Mestizaje: Transculturation and Performance

PANZA MONOLOGUES the

SECOND EDITION

“An excellent resource for graduate classes in women’s studies, literature, American studies, and ethnic studies.”

The Panza Monologues Second Edition WRITTEN, COMPILED, AND COLLECTED BY VIRGINIA GRISE AND IRMA MAYORGA

— C AT R I O N A R U E D A E S Q U I B E L , Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies, San Francisco State University

With the full performance script and a wealth of materials for producing, teaching, and using the play to build community, The Panza Monologues reveals important truths about women and body image, as well as Chicana cultural production.

Foreword by Tiffany Ana L ópez

“This is the most original and historically documented theatre project to date in Latina/o theatre. . . . It is a lesson in making theatre matter, and it spotlights how theatre is informed by lived experiences and historical processes. . . . Cultural workers, students, and scholars will enjoy and benefit from this important study. As far as I know, there are no other books like this one.” — A L B E R T O S A N D OVA LS Á N C H E Z , author of José, Can You See? Latinos On and Off Broadway

release date | 2014 6 x 9 inches, 291 pages, 13 b&w photos, 8 drawings, 1 map ISBN 978-0-292-75405-8 $24.95 | £15.99 | C$30.95

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H I ST ORY

HI S T O R Y

Texas Mexican Americans and Postwar Civil Rights

“The Fight to Save Juárez is the book we’ve been waiting for that deconstructs a major Mexican city’s descent into agony.”

BY M AG G I E R I VA S - R O D R I G U E Z

—JOHN BURNETT,

Written for general readers as well as scholars, this book sheds new light on the local activism that propelled the national civil rights movement, as well as on the birth of an organization that has been at the forefront of Mexican American and Latino civil rights.

National Public Radio

“If you want to begin to understand the violence and chaos that have laid siege to our neighbor’s house, this is the book.”

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—WILLIAM BOOTH, Washington Post Bureau Chief for Mexico, Central America, and the Carribbean

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“Ainslie deftly goes deeper into the story and helps us understand what makes Ciudad Juárez tick.”

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The Fight to Save Juárez Life in the Heart of Mexico’s Drug War BY RICARDO C. AINSLIE

This portrait of Mexico’s bloodiest city offers a gripping, firsthand perspective on the drug war that has claimed close to 60,000 lives since 2007 release date | 2013 6 x 9 inches, 296 pages, 11 images

—MALCOLM BEITH, Author of The Last Narco: Inside the Hunt for El Chapo, The World’s Most Wanted Drug Lord

“This is a tough, depressing, but necessary read if one is to understand the consequences of the war on drugs.” —JAY FREEMAN, Booklist

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HISTORY

HISTORY

Latina/os and World War II

Mobility, Agency, and Ideology L AT I N A / O S A N D W O R L D WA R I I M O B I L I T Y, AG E N C Y,

E D I T E D BY M AG G I E R I VA S R O D R I G U E Z A N D B . V. O L G U Í N

This eye-opening anthology documents, for the first time, the effects of World War II on Latina/o personal and political beliefs.

Recovering History, Constructing Race The Indian, Black, and White Roots of Mexican Americans

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Asserting the centrality of race in Mexican American history, Martha Menchaca here offers the first interpretive racial history of Mexican Americans, focusing on racial foundations and race relations from prehispanic times to the present.

ID EO L O G Y

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Naturalizing Mexican Immigrants

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timothy Matovina and jesús f. de la teja With the collaboration of justin Poché

Recollections of a Tejano Life

Antonio Menchaca in Texas History EDITED BY TIMOTHY MATOVINA JESÚS F. DE LA TEJA. WITH THE COLLABORATION OF JUSTIN POCHÉ ISBN 978-1-4773-0217-0

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A Texas History

Quixote’s Soldiers

A Local History of the Chicano Movement, 1966–1981

When Mexicans Could Play Ball

BY DAVID MONTEJANO

Basketball, Race, and Identity in San Antonio, 1928–1945

ISBN 978-0-292-72290-3

BY IGNACIO M. GARCÍA

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A timely exploration of the political and cultural impact of U.S. naturalization laws on Mexicans in Texas, from early statehood years to contemporary controversies. 6 x 9 inches, 384 pages, 6 b&w photos

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B ORD ER S T U D IE S

BO R D E R S T U D I E S

Using oral histories and local archives, this historical ethnography analyzes how and why Mexican American individuals unevenly experienced racial dominance and segregation in South Texas. “The Borderlands of Race will be a valuable addition to the literature on Texas, the U.S.Mexico borderlands, and Chicano/a studies. . . . The author offers a new means for understanding the uncertain and inconsistent policies of segregation through what she calls ‘accommodated segregation.”

The Borderlands of Race

Mexican Segregation in a South Texas Town BY JENNIFER R. NÁJERA r e l e a se d ate | 2015 6 x 9 inches, 195 pages, 9 b&w photos ISBN 978-0-292-76755-3

Border Odyssey Travels along the U.S./Mexico Divide BY CHARLES D. THOMPSON JR.

This compelling chronicle of a journey along the entire U.S.-Mexico border shifts the conversation away from danger and fear to the shared histories and aspirations that bind Mexicans and Americans despite the border walls. release date | 2015 6 x 9 inches, 328 pages, 45 b&w photos ISBN 978-0-292-75663-2 $27.50 | £17.99 | C$34.95

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“A potent cri de coeur for a more compassionate, sane and humane border policy.” —KIRKUS

— A N T H O N Y P. M O R A , Author of Border Dilemmas: Racial and National Uncertainties in New Mexico, 1848–1912

“A must read for scholars and students interested in the study of race, nation, borders, and citizenship.” — J O N AT H A N X AV I E R I N D A, Author of Targeting Immigrants: Government, Technology, and Ethics

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B ORD ER S T U D IE S

“Here’s the book I’ve been waiting for: a wellresearched history of the clandestine side of U.S.Mexico trade relations. Today’s heated debates about an out-of-control border too often suffer from historical amnesia. Díaz has given us a muchneeded historical corrective and reality check, reminding us that the border has never actually been under control.”

BORDER STUDIES

Border Contraband

Up Against the Wall

A History of Smuggling across the Rio Grande

Re-Imagining the U.S.Mexico Border

B Y G E O R G E T. D Í A Z

BY EDWARD S. CASEY AND M A R Y W AT K I N S

In this first history of smuggling along the U.S.Mexico border, Díaz shows how illicit trade evolved from a common practice of ordinary people into a professional, often violent, criminal activity.

A thought-provoking consideration of the human and environmental costs of the border wall in Arizona, California, and Texas.

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—Peter Andreas, author of Smuggler Nation: How Illicit Trade Made America

Maras

Gang Violence and Security in Central America EDITED BY THOMAS BRUNEAU, LUCÍA DAMMERT, AND ELIZABETH SKINNER ISBN 978-0-292-72928-5

$24.95 | £15.99 | C$30.95 The view entering Nuevo Laredo by way of the international bridge.

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Mexico and Mexicans in the Making of the United States EDITED BY JOHN TUTINO ISBN 978-0-292-75430-0

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Drug War Zone

Frontline Dispatches from the Streets of El Paso and Juárez BY HOWARD CAMPBELL ISBN 978-0-292-72179-1

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BORDER STUDIES

Anay’s Will to Learn A Woman’s Education in the Shadow of the Maquiladoras BY ELAINE HAMPTON WITH ANAY PA L O M E Q U E D E C A R R I L L O

A personal view of a worker’s struggles as she journeys toward education, financial opportunity, and, ultimately, empowerment. r ele as e dat e | 2 0 1 3 51/2 x 81/2 inches, 181 pages ISBN 978-0-292-76199-5

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Courage, Resistance, and Women in Ciudad Juárez Challenges to Militarization B Y K A T H L E E N S T A U D T A N D Z U L M A Y. M É N D E Z

This study of civil society activism in Ciudad Juárez during the first decade of the twenty-first century captures the tenuous new alliances and discourses of resistance that have emerged in the face of escalating violence and militarization. release date | 2015 6 x 9 inches, 216 pages, 31 b&w photos ISBN 978-0-292-76358-6 $24.95 | £16.99 | C$28.50

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“With His Pistol in His Hand” A Border Ballad and Its Hero B Y A M É R I C O PA R E D E S

The true story behind a border ballad, the creation of the ballad, and the ballad’s evolution over time. re le as e dat e | 1 9 5 8 6 x 9 inches, 274 pages ISBN 978-0-292-70128-1

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Movimiento Pacto por la Cultura activists march for peace. Photo by Renato Díaz.

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CHICANA/O STUDIES

CHICANA/O STUDIES

THE MAGIC KEY The Educational Journey of Mexican Americans from K–12 to College and Beyond

The Magic Key The Educational Journey of Mexican Americans from K-12 to College and Beyond EDITED BY RUTH ENID ZAMBRANA AND S Y LV I A H U R T A D O

Edited by Ruth Enid Zambrana and Sylvia Hurtado Foreword by Patricia Gándara

This much-needed volume provides a comprehensive empirical study of the school experiences of Mexican Americans and those who help them succeed re le as e dat e | 2 0 1 5 6 x 9 inches, 266 pages ISBN 978-1-4773-0725-0

¡Chicana Power! Contested Histories of Feminism in the Chicano Movement

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Feminism in the Chicano

BY MAYLEI BLACKWELL

Drawing on a wealth of oral histories from pioneering Chicana activists, as well as the vibrant print culture through which they articulated their agenda and built community, this book presents the first full-scale investigation of the social and political factors that led to the development of Chicana feminism.

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¡CHICANA POWER! Maylei Blackwell

“[¡Chicana Power!] is an engaging and richly textured story.” —WOMEN’S REVIEW OF BOOKS

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Mexican Americans and the Question of Race BY JULIE A. DOWLING

This groundbreaking and timely study explores how Mexican Americans and Mexican immigrants develop their racial ideologies and identifications and how they choose to present them to others.

“This is an excellent study that can be used in Chicano and Chicana literature courses, as well as women’s and gender studies and Latina studies classes. It is a book written with passion.” —THE ORAL HISTORY REVIEW

“¡Chicana Power! Is a significant contribution to the ongoing process of historicizing Chicana feminist consciousness.”

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—WESTERN AMERICAN

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Brown Berets in formation. Courtesy of Devra Webero.

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A NT HR O P O LO GY

Guatemala-U.S. Migration Transforming Regions BY SUSANNE JONAS AND NESTOR RODRÍGUEZ

“Without sounding too effusive, this book is something of a ‘tour de force.’ While there are books and other studies about Guatemalan immigrant communities, this book is a nice combination of theory, case study, and history. I know of no other book on Guatemala or indeed about other countries that accomplishes this. The writing is superb; the book is very readable.”

This comprehensive study of five phases of Guatemalan migration—both Maya and ladino— to the United States from the late 1970s to the present illuminates the transregional experiences of those who pass through Mexico. r ele as e dat e | 2 0 1 5 6 x 9 inches, 310 pages, 31 b&w photos, 1 map

Car show hopping competition. Photo by Adrian Romero.

ISBN 978-0-292-76826-0

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Lowrider Space Aesthetics and Politics of Mexican American Custom Cars BY BEN CHAPPELL

LOWRIDER SPACE Ben Chappell

The first ethnographic book devoted to lowrider custom car culture puts a new spin on an aesthetic through which Mexican Americans alter the urban landscape and make a place for themselves in an often segregated society.

— A L L A N B U R N S , Author of Maya in Exile: Guatemalans in Florida

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Aesthetics and Politics of Mexican American Custom Cars

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“The book is an example of a good, systematic analysis of spatial phenomena.” —AMERICAN STUDIES

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C U LT U RA L S T U D I E S

A timely, hemispheric examination of the post-NAFTA shift in US discourse surrounding Latinos, which has created dehumanizing representations that equate Latinos with animals and criminals, and of the ways in which Latino cultural producers contest these persistent misrepresentations.

The Cinema of Robert Rodriguez BY FREDERICK LUIS ALDAMA Foreword by C h arl es Ramírez Berg

With analysis of films ranging from El Mariachi to Spy Kids 4 and Machete Kills, as well as an interview with the filmmaker, this is the first scholarly overview of the work of Robert Rodriguez, arguably, the most successful Latino filmmaker today. release date | 2014 6 x 9 inches, 187 pages, 30 b&w photos ISBN 978-0-292-76124-7

“Exceptionally readable and teachable, with a breadth of examples. Few books in this niche have been published in Latino studies, and this contribution should be highly welcome.”

Continental Shifts

Migration, Representation, and the Struggle for Justice in Latin(o) America BY JOHN D. “RIO” RIOFRIO r e le a se d ate | 2015 6 x 9 inches, 222 pages ISBN 978-1-4773-0542-3

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—MICHAEL HAMES-GARCIA, Author of Identity Complex: Making the Case for Multiplicity

“Rodriguez gained cinematic notoriety with the image of a guitar case that concealed not a musical instrument but a weapon. In similar fashion, Aldama’s book contains many surprises and sharp-edged tools for thinking about the crossroads of film, politics, and identity. . . . An explosive text.” — A L E X R I V E R A , director of Sleep Dealer

“A compelling framework that will impact how we think about hemispheric Latino studies in the years to come.” — DAV I D J . V Á Z Q U E Z , Author of Triangulations: Narrative Strategies for Navigating Latino Identity

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Robert Rodriguez’s DIY Mariachi Aesthetic in the making of El Mariachi (1992).

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A Cuban in Mayberry Looking Back at America’s Hometown BY G U S TAVO P É R E Z F I R M AT

This original and thorough discussion of a legendary American sitcom uses the experience of exile to reveal that The Andy Griffith Show’s enduring appeal comes from the intimacy between person and place that viewers enjoy in Mayberry. “This is, by far, the best volume about a single television show that I have ever read. . . . Not only is it the most thorough and informed treatment of The Andy Griffith Show available, it also provides many insights and contexts about 1960s television in general.”

Your Brain on Latino Comics From Gus Arriola to Los Bros Hernandez BY FREDERICK LUIS ALDAMA

The first comprehensive exploration of Latino representations in comics, from Marvel superheroes to creations by Latino masters such as Richard Dominguez. release date | 2009

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Latino Images in Film Stereotypes, Subversion, and Resistance

—ROBERT J. THOMPSON, founding director of the Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture and Trustee Professor, Syracuse University

BY CHARLES RAMÍREZ BERG

Charles Ramírez Berg develops an innovative theory of stereotyping that accounts for the persistence of images of Latinos in US popular culture. release date | 2002 6 x 9 inches, 328 pages, 58 b&w photos, 9 tables ISBN 978-0-292-70907-2 $26.95 | £17.99 | C$32.95

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Martín Ramírez Framing His Life and Art BY VÍCTOR M. ESPINOSA

A definitive overview of the life and critical reception of an outsider artist who has been acclaimed as one of the twentieth century’s finest. r ele as e dat e | 2 0 1 5 7 x 10 inches, 388 pages, 78 b&w and color photos ISBN 978-1-4773-0775-5 $40.00 | £33.00 | C$50.00

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Top Left: c. 1950s. Crayon, pencil, watercolor, and collage on pieced paper. 40 x 105 inches. Top Right: c. 1950s. Wax crayon, opaque watercolor, and collage over pieced wove and printed papers. 42 ½ x 33 ½ inches. Bottom Left: c. early 1950s. Gouache, colored pencil, and pencil on pieced paper. 44 ½ x 35 inches. Bottom Right: Exhibition of Martín Ramírez at the Mills College Art Museum, Oakland, California, 1954. Courtesy of Mills College Art Museum, Oakland, California.

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Our Lady of Controversy Alma López’s “Irreverent Apparition” E D I T E D B Y A L I C I A G A S PA R D E A L B A A N D ALMA LÓPEZ

An anthology of vibrant responses to Alma López’s controversial print Our Lady, exploring critical issues of censorship, religion, and the female body. release date | 2011 6 x 9 inches, 344 pages, 12 color and 34 b&w photos, DVD ISBN 978-0-292-72642-0 $29.95 | £19.99 | C$37.50

paperback, ebook* Returning a Sound (2004). Courtsey Allora & Calzadilla and Lisson Gallery.

Portable Borders Performance Art and Politics on the U.S. Frontera since 1984 BY ILA NICOLE SHEREN

Performance Art and Politics on the U.S. Frontera since 1984

PORTABLE BORDERS

In a first-of-its-kind exploration, Ila Sheren examines the contradictory effects of globalization on the U.S.-Mexico border, as witnessed and processed by contemporary artists.

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Chicano Art Inside/Outside the Master’s House Cultural Politics and the CARA Exhibition B Y A L I C I A G A S PA R D E A L B A

The first interdisciplinary cultural study of a major exhibition of Chicano/a art.

r ele as e dat e | 2 0 1 5 6 x 9 inches, 212 pages, 35 b&w photos, 19 color photos, 5 maps ISBN 978-1-4773-0226-2 $55.00 | £36.00 | C$68.95

release date | 1997 6 x 91/4 inches, 348 pages, 58 b&w photos, 19 color photos ISBN 978-0-292-72805-9 $29.95 | £16.99 | C$28.50

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Curating at the Edge Artists Respond to the U.S./Mexico Border BY KAT E B O N A N S I N GA Fo r e w or d b y Lu c y R . Lip pa r d

This book traces the curatorial process and artistic lineages linked to intriguing artists during significant shifts in the sociopolitical climate at the U.S.-Mexico border. re le as e dat e | 2 0 1 4 6 x 9 inches, 296 pages, 116 b&w and 30 color photos ISBN 978-0-292-75443-0 $24.95 | £16.99 | C$28.50

paperback, ebook* ISBN 978-0-292-75297-9

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Estampas de la Raza Contemporary Mexican American Prints from the Romo Collection B Y L Y L E W. W I L L I A M S Fo r e w o r d b y Ca r lo s Fr a n c is c o Ja c ks o n I n t r o du c t i o n b y Ha rr iet t a nd R ica r do R o mo

One of the first books about the vibrant and exciting prints created by American artists of Mexican and Latino heritage after the 1970s re le as e dat e | 2 0 1 2 9 x 11 inches, 152 pages, 61 color illustrations

Latin American Music Review EDITOR: ROBIN MOORE University of Texas at Austin

Latin American Music Review explores the historical, ethnographic, and sociocultural dimensions of Latin American music in Latin American social groups, including the Puerto Rican, Mexican, Cuban, and Portuguese populations in the United States. Articles are written in English, Spanish, or Portuguese. Semiannual ISSN 0163-0350

Prices, issue contents, and more information: utpress.utexas.edu/index.php/journals/latin-american-music-review

ISBN 978-0-916677-58-9 $39.95 | £25.99 | C$50.00

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