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The Latino/a condition : a critical reader, edited by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic

Label
The Latino/a condition : a critical reader
Title
The Latino/a condition
Title remainder
a critical reader
Statement of responsibility
edited by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic
Title variation
  • Latino condition
  • Latina condition
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • In the last forty-five years, immigration reform has brought tens of millions of new immigrants from Latin American countries to the United States. Since critical race theory pioneers Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic compiled the first edition of The Latino/a Condition in 1988, the population has continued to grow exponentially, while scholarship on Latinos/as has grown just as quickly. The second edition of The Latino/a condition brings together a wide range of new and classic Latino and Latina voices from the fields of law, sociology, history, media studies, and politics to address questions
  • Collecting a wealth of perspectives on these issues central to the Latino/a experience, Delgado and Stefancic offer a broad portrait of Latino/a life in the United States at the beginning of the twenty-first century
  • Richard Delgado is University Professor at Seattle University Law School
  • Jean Stefancic, research professor of law at Seattle University is the author of many articles and books on civil rights, law reform, and social change. --Book Jacket
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
305.868
Index
index present
LC call number
E184.S75
LC item number
L355 2011
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Delgado, Richard
  • Stefancic, Jean
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Hispanic Americans
  • Hispanic Americans
  • Racism
  • United States
Label
The Latino/a condition : a critical reader, edited by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Building bridges : Latinas and Latinos at the crossroads
  • Gerald P. López
  • Early Chicano activism : zoot suits, sleepy lagoon, and the road to Delano
  • Rodolfo Acuña
  • "Breaking the law" on principle
  • Michael A. Olivas
  • Life in the trenches
  • Oscar "Zeta" Acosta
  • Legal violence and the Chicano movement
  • Ian F. Haney López
  • Is a burrito a sandwich?
  • Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol
  • Marjorie Florestal
  • The
  • work we know so little about
  • Gerald P. López
  • Should good people be prosecutors?
  • Paul Butler
  • The
  • black/white binary paradigm of race
  • Juan F. Perea
  • The
  • Life in the hyphen
  • black/white binary : how does it work?
  • Richard Delgado
  • Chicano Indianism
  • Martha Menchaca
  • Mexican Americans as a legally cognizable class
  • Richard Delgado and Vicky Palacios
  • Mexican Americans and whiteness
  • George A. Martinez
  • Mexican Americans and the Faustian pact with whiteness
  • Neil Foley
  • Ilan Stavans
  • Race and erasure : the salience of race to Latinos/as
  • Ian F. Haney López
  • Brown over "other white" : Mexican Americans' litigation strategy in school desegregation lawsuits
  • Steven H. Wilson
  • LULAC and the assimilationist perspective
  • David G. Gutiérrez
  • Melting pot or ring of fire?
  • Kevin R. Johnson
  • Assimilation and demographic replenishment
  • Mary Waters
  • Re-imagining the Latino/a race
  • A
  • scholarship boy
  • Richard Rodriguez
  • Masks and acculturation
  • Margaret E. Montoya
  • The
  • Mexican case : the story of the immigrant second generation
  • Alejandro Portes and Rubén G. Rumbaut
  • Harvard homeboy
  • Ruben Navarrette, Jr.
  • Ángel R. Oquendo
  • Dropping the hyphen?
  • Tanya Golash-Boza
  • Going to school : "two struggles
  • Julio Cammarota
  • Over the rainbow
  • Neil Foley
  • Who counts? Title VII and the Hispanic classification
  • Alex M. Saragoza, Concepción R. Juarez, Abel Valenzuela, Jr., and Oscar Gonzalez
  • Latinegras : desired woment-undesirable mothers, daughters, sisters, and wives
  • Marta I. Cruz-Janzen
  • The
  • Mestizaje and the Mexican mestizo self : no hay sangre negra, so there is no blackness
  • Taunya Lovell Banks
  • Inventing race
  • John D. Skrentny
  • Locating Latinos in the field of civil rights : the neoliberal case for radical exclusion
  • Richard Delgado
  • African-Americans, Latinos, and the construction of race : toward an epistemic coalition
  • George A. Martinez
  • Do immigrants take away black jobs?
  • Kevin R. Johnson and Bill Ong Hing
  • question of race
  • Our next race question : the uneasiness between blacks and Latinos
  • Jorge Klor de Alva, Earl Shorris, and Cornel West
  • Mexican gender ideology
  • Adelaida R. del Castillo
  • Latinas and religion : subordination or state of grace?
  • Laura M. Padilla
  • "In the beginning he wouldn't life even a spoon"
  • Beatriz M. Pesquera
  • Domestic violence against Latinas
  • Jenny Rivera
  • Clara E. Rodriquez
  • Chicano rap : machos y malas mujeres
  • Pancho McFarland
  • Latina sexuality, reproduction, and fertility as threats to the nation
  • Leo R. Chavez
  • Maid in the U.S.A.
  • Mary Romero
  • Three perspectives on workplace harassment of women of color
  • Maria L. Ontiveros
  • What's in a name? retention and loss of the maternal surname
  • Yvonne M. Cherena Pacheco
  • Gateway to whiteness : the census and hispanic/Latino identity
  • Hold your tongue
  • James Crawford
  • The
  • English language movement
  • Steven W. Bender
  • American languages, cultural pluralism, and official English
  • Juan F. Perea
  • How the García cousins lost their accents
  • Christopher David Ruiz Cameron
  • The
  • Welcome to the old world
  • Gustavo Chacon Mendoza
  • law of the noose : a history of Latino lynching and its relation to official English
  • Richard Delgado
  • Hernandez : the wrong message at the wrong time
  • Miguel A. Méndez
  • Attorney as interpreter
  • Bill Piatt
  • Buscando América : why integration and equal protection fail to protect Latinos
  • Juan F. Perea
  • The
  • Latin look and "Walter Cronkite Spanish"
  • Occupied America
  • Arlene Dávila
  • Rodolfo Acuña
  • The
  • first U.S. Latinos : white wealth and Mexican labor
  • Joe R. Feagin
  • Tracing the trajectories of conquest
  • Juan F. Perea
  • Latinos in the United States : invitation and exile
  • Gilbert Paul Carrasco
  • Earl Shorris
  • Greasers go home : Mexican immigration, the 1920s
  • Rodolfo Acuña
  • Ambivalent reception
  • Wayne A. Cornelius
  • No poor need apply
  • Kevin R. Johnson
  • The
  • privatization of immigration control
  • Robert Koulish
  • Puerto Rico and the federal government
  • Hispanics? that's what they call us
  • Roger Daniels
  • The
  • Cuban American exile ideology
  • Guillermo J. Grenier
  • A
  • separate and inferior race
  • José Luis Morín
  • Anglo-Saxons and Mexicans
  • Reginald Horsman
  • "Occupied" Mexico
  • Suzanne Oboler
  • Ronald Takaki
  • Initial contacts : niggers, redskins, and greasers
  • Arnoldo de León
  • "The Mexican problem"
  • Carey McWilliams
  • The
  • Mexican question in the Southwest
  • Emma Tenayuca and Homer Brooks
  • The
  • master narrative of white supremacy in California
  • Chance, context, and choice in the social construction of race
  • Tomás Almaguer
  • Are anti-immigrant statements racist or nativist? what difference does it make?
  • René Galindo and Jami Virgil
  • Racial depiction in American law and culture
  • Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic
  • Hispanic stereotyping
  • Charles Ramirez Berg
  • Imaging Mexican Americans : rationalizing oppression
  • Joe R. Feagin
  • From el bandido to gang member
  • Ian F. Haney López
  • Mary Romero
  • The
  • triple taboo
  • Richard Delgado
  • The
  • war on terrorism and its consequences for Latinas/os
  • Steven W. Bender
  • Latinos, Inc. : the marketing and making of a people
  • Arlene Dávila
  • Repercussions of Latinos' colonized mentality
  • Latino/a identity and multi-identity : community and culture
  • Laura M. Padilla
  • My grandfather's stories and immigration law
  • Michael A. Olivas
  • Storytelling for oppositionists and others
  • Richard Delgado
  • I am Joaquín : Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales and the retroactive construction of Chicanismo
  • George Hartley
  • Borderlands
  • Gloria Anzaldúa
  • Rodrigo's chronicle
  • Leslie G. Espinoza
  • Richard Delgado
  • The
  • significance of narrative for outsiders
  • George A. Martinez
  • Narrative, storytelling, and the mantra of intersectionality
  • Antonia Darder and Rodolfo D. Torres
  • Insurgent metaphors
  • Otto Santa Ana
  • The
  • idea of a constitution in the Chicano tradition
Control code
645789961
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xiii, 633 pages
Isbn
9780814720400
Isbn Type
(pb : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010026216
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)645789961
Label
The Latino/a condition : a critical reader, edited by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Building bridges : Latinas and Latinos at the crossroads
  • Gerald P. López
  • Early Chicano activism : zoot suits, sleepy lagoon, and the road to Delano
  • Rodolfo Acuña
  • "Breaking the law" on principle
  • Michael A. Olivas
  • Life in the trenches
  • Oscar "Zeta" Acosta
  • Legal violence and the Chicano movement
  • Ian F. Haney López
  • Is a burrito a sandwich?
  • Berta Esperanza Hernández-Truyol
  • Marjorie Florestal
  • The
  • work we know so little about
  • Gerald P. López
  • Should good people be prosecutors?
  • Paul Butler
  • The
  • black/white binary paradigm of race
  • Juan F. Perea
  • The
  • Life in the hyphen
  • black/white binary : how does it work?
  • Richard Delgado
  • Chicano Indianism
  • Martha Menchaca
  • Mexican Americans as a legally cognizable class
  • Richard Delgado and Vicky Palacios
  • Mexican Americans and whiteness
  • George A. Martinez
  • Mexican Americans and the Faustian pact with whiteness
  • Neil Foley
  • Ilan Stavans
  • Race and erasure : the salience of race to Latinos/as
  • Ian F. Haney López
  • Brown over "other white" : Mexican Americans' litigation strategy in school desegregation lawsuits
  • Steven H. Wilson
  • LULAC and the assimilationist perspective
  • David G. Gutiérrez
  • Melting pot or ring of fire?
  • Kevin R. Johnson
  • Assimilation and demographic replenishment
  • Mary Waters
  • Re-imagining the Latino/a race
  • A
  • scholarship boy
  • Richard Rodriguez
  • Masks and acculturation
  • Margaret E. Montoya
  • The
  • Mexican case : the story of the immigrant second generation
  • Alejandro Portes and Rubén G. Rumbaut
  • Harvard homeboy
  • Ruben Navarrette, Jr.
  • Ángel R. Oquendo
  • Dropping the hyphen?
  • Tanya Golash-Boza
  • Going to school : "two struggles
  • Julio Cammarota
  • Over the rainbow
  • Neil Foley
  • Who counts? Title VII and the Hispanic classification
  • Alex M. Saragoza, Concepción R. Juarez, Abel Valenzuela, Jr., and Oscar Gonzalez
  • Latinegras : desired woment-undesirable mothers, daughters, sisters, and wives
  • Marta I. Cruz-Janzen
  • The
  • Mestizaje and the Mexican mestizo self : no hay sangre negra, so there is no blackness
  • Taunya Lovell Banks
  • Inventing race
  • John D. Skrentny
  • Locating Latinos in the field of civil rights : the neoliberal case for radical exclusion
  • Richard Delgado
  • African-Americans, Latinos, and the construction of race : toward an epistemic coalition
  • George A. Martinez
  • Do immigrants take away black jobs?
  • Kevin R. Johnson and Bill Ong Hing
  • question of race
  • Our next race question : the uneasiness between blacks and Latinos
  • Jorge Klor de Alva, Earl Shorris, and Cornel West
  • Mexican gender ideology
  • Adelaida R. del Castillo
  • Latinas and religion : subordination or state of grace?
  • Laura M. Padilla
  • "In the beginning he wouldn't life even a spoon"
  • Beatriz M. Pesquera
  • Domestic violence against Latinas
  • Jenny Rivera
  • Clara E. Rodriquez
  • Chicano rap : machos y malas mujeres
  • Pancho McFarland
  • Latina sexuality, reproduction, and fertility as threats to the nation
  • Leo R. Chavez
  • Maid in the U.S.A.
  • Mary Romero
  • Three perspectives on workplace harassment of women of color
  • Maria L. Ontiveros
  • What's in a name? retention and loss of the maternal surname
  • Yvonne M. Cherena Pacheco
  • Gateway to whiteness : the census and hispanic/Latino identity
  • Hold your tongue
  • James Crawford
  • The
  • English language movement
  • Steven W. Bender
  • American languages, cultural pluralism, and official English
  • Juan F. Perea
  • How the García cousins lost their accents
  • Christopher David Ruiz Cameron
  • The
  • Welcome to the old world
  • Gustavo Chacon Mendoza
  • law of the noose : a history of Latino lynching and its relation to official English
  • Richard Delgado
  • Hernandez : the wrong message at the wrong time
  • Miguel A. Méndez
  • Attorney as interpreter
  • Bill Piatt
  • Buscando América : why integration and equal protection fail to protect Latinos
  • Juan F. Perea
  • The
  • Latin look and "Walter Cronkite Spanish"
  • Occupied America
  • Arlene Dávila
  • Rodolfo Acuña
  • The
  • first U.S. Latinos : white wealth and Mexican labor
  • Joe R. Feagin
  • Tracing the trajectories of conquest
  • Juan F. Perea
  • Latinos in the United States : invitation and exile
  • Gilbert Paul Carrasco
  • Earl Shorris
  • Greasers go home : Mexican immigration, the 1920s
  • Rodolfo Acuña
  • Ambivalent reception
  • Wayne A. Cornelius
  • No poor need apply
  • Kevin R. Johnson
  • The
  • privatization of immigration control
  • Robert Koulish
  • Puerto Rico and the federal government
  • Hispanics? that's what they call us
  • Roger Daniels
  • The
  • Cuban American exile ideology
  • Guillermo J. Grenier
  • A
  • separate and inferior race
  • José Luis Morín
  • Anglo-Saxons and Mexicans
  • Reginald Horsman
  • "Occupied" Mexico
  • Suzanne Oboler
  • Ronald Takaki
  • Initial contacts : niggers, redskins, and greasers
  • Arnoldo de León
  • "The Mexican problem"
  • Carey McWilliams
  • The
  • Mexican question in the Southwest
  • Emma Tenayuca and Homer Brooks
  • The
  • master narrative of white supremacy in California
  • Chance, context, and choice in the social construction of race
  • Tomás Almaguer
  • Are anti-immigrant statements racist or nativist? what difference does it make?
  • René Galindo and Jami Virgil
  • Racial depiction in American law and culture
  • Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic
  • Hispanic stereotyping
  • Charles Ramirez Berg
  • Imaging Mexican Americans : rationalizing oppression
  • Joe R. Feagin
  • From el bandido to gang member
  • Ian F. Haney López
  • Mary Romero
  • The
  • triple taboo
  • Richard Delgado
  • The
  • war on terrorism and its consequences for Latinas/os
  • Steven W. Bender
  • Latinos, Inc. : the marketing and making of a people
  • Arlene Dávila
  • Repercussions of Latinos' colonized mentality
  • Latino/a identity and multi-identity : community and culture
  • Laura M. Padilla
  • My grandfather's stories and immigration law
  • Michael A. Olivas
  • Storytelling for oppositionists and others
  • Richard Delgado
  • I am Joaquín : Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales and the retroactive construction of Chicanismo
  • George Hartley
  • Borderlands
  • Gloria Anzaldúa
  • Rodrigo's chronicle
  • Leslie G. Espinoza
  • Richard Delgado
  • The
  • significance of narrative for outsiders
  • George A. Martinez
  • Narrative, storytelling, and the mantra of intersectionality
  • Antonia Darder and Rodolfo D. Torres
  • Insurgent metaphors
  • Otto Santa Ana
  • The
  • idea of a constitution in the Chicano tradition
Control code
645789961
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
xiii, 633 pages
Isbn
9780814720400
Isbn Type
(pb : alk. paper)
Lccn
2010026216
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)645789961

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