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

by Martha Menchaca

The history of Mexican Americans is a history of the intermingling of races-Indian, White, and Black. This racial history underlies a legacy of racial discrimination against Mexican Americans and their Mexican...


The Mexican Outsiders: A Community History of Marginalization and Discrimination in California

by Martha Menchaca

People of Mexican descent and Anglo Americans have lived together in the U.S. Southwest for over a hundred years, yet relations between them remain strained, as shown by recent controversies over social services...


Alien Constructions: Science Fiction and Feminist Thought

by Patricia Melzer

Though set in other worlds populated by alien beings, science fiction is a site where humans can critique and re-imagine the paradigms that shape this world, from fundamentals such as the sex and gender of the...


Border Citizens: The Making of Indians, Mexicans, and Anglos in Arizona

by Eric V. Meeks

Borders cut through not just places but also relationships, politics, economics, and cultures. Eric V. Meeks examines how ethno-racial categories and identities such as Indian, Mexican, and Anglo crystallized...


Kiowa Ethnogeography

by William C. Meadows

Examining the place names, geographical knowledge, and cultural associations of the Kiowa from the earliest recorded sources to the present, Kiowa Ethnogeography is the most in-depth study of its kind in the...


Wetland and Riparian Areas of the Intermountain West: Ecology and Management

by Mark C. McKinstry, Wayne A. Hubert & Stanley H. Anderson

Wetlands and riparian areas between the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevada are incredibly diverse and valuable habitats. More than 80 percent of the wildlife species in this intermountain region depend on...


Reel Knockouts: Violent Women in Film

by Martha McCaughey & Neal King

When Thelma and Louise outfought the men who had tormented them, women across America discovered what male fans of action movies have long known-the empowering rush of movie violence. Yet the duo's escapades...


The Power of the Texas Governor: Connally to Bush

by Brian McCall & William P., Jr. Hobby

George W. Bush called it "the best job in the world," yet many would argue that the Texas governorship is a weak office. Given few enumerated powers by the Texas Constitution, the governor must build a successful...


PADRES: The National Chicano Priest Movement

by Richard Edward Martínez

From the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo to the 1960s, Mexican American Catholics experienced racism and discrimination within the U.S. Catholic church, as white priests and bishops maintained a racial divide...


Straddling the Border: Immigration Policy and the INS

by Lisa Magaña

With the dual and often conflicting responsibilities of deterring illegal immigration and providing services to legal immigrants, the U. S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) is a bureaucracy beset...


Demosthenes, Speeches 27-38

by Douglas M. MacDowell

This is the eighth volume in the Oratory of Classical Greece. This series presents all of the surviving speeches from the late fifth and fourth centuries BC in new translations prepared by classical scholars...


Remembering the Hacienda: Religion, Authority, and Social Change in Highland Ecuador

by Barry J. Lyons

From the colonial period through the mid-twentieth century, haciendas dominated the Latin American countryside. In the Ecuadorian Andes, Runa-Quichua-speaking indigenous people-worked on these large agrarian...


Willie Wells

by Bob Luke & Monte Irvin

Willie Wells was arguably the best shortstop of his generation. As Monte Irvin, a teammate and fellow Hall of Fame player, writes in his foreword, "Wells really could do it all. He was one of the slickest fielding...


Framing Female Lawyers: Women on Trial in Film

by Cynthia Lucia

As real women increasingly entered the professions from the 1970s onward, their cinematic counterparts followed suit. Women lawyers, in particular, were the protagonists of many Hollywood films of the Reagan-Bush...


Morning Star: surrealism, marxism, anarchism, situationism, utopia

by Michael Löwy & Donald LaCoss

An expanded edition of revered theorist Michael Löwy's Morning Star: Marxism and Surrealism (previously published in French, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, and Greek), this masterwork collects the author's essays...


Identity Politics on the Israeli Screen

by Yosefa Loshitzky

The struggle to forge a collective national identity at the expense of competing plural identities has preoccupied Israeli society since the founding of the state of Israel. In this book, Yosefa Loshitzky explores...


To Alcatraz, Death Row, and Back: Memories of an East LA Outlaw

by Ernie López & Rafael Pérez-Torres

When Ernie López was a boy selling newspapers in Depression-era Los Angeles, his father beat him when he failed to bring home the expected eighty to ninety cents a day. When the beatings became unbearable,...


To Be Like Gods: Dance in Ancient Maya Civilization

by Matthew G. Looper

The Maya of Mexico and Central America have performed ritual dances for more than two millennia. Dance is still an essential component of religious experience today, serving as a medium for communication with...


Ancient Maya Commoners

by Jon C. Lohse & Fred, Jr. Valdez

Much of what we currently know about the ancient Maya concerns the activities of the elites who ruled the societies and left records of their deeds carved on the monumental buildings and sculptures that remain...


Heraldry for the Dead: Memory, Identity, and the Engraved Stone Plaques of Neolithic Iberia

by Katina T. Lillios

In the late 1800s, archaeologists began discovering engraved stone plaques in Neolithic (3500-2500 BC) graves in southern Portugal and Spain. About the size of one's palm, usually made of slate, and incised...