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Summer 2008 Archive



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SUMMER READING

Some of the books that we featured in the Americas' Issues Series
(Co-sponsored with the Davis Humanities Institute) and other venues

irwin

Robert Irwin (Spanish)

Bandits, Captives, Heroines, and Saints:
Cultural Icons of Mexico's Northwest Borderlands







chabram Angie Chabram (Chicano Studies)

The Chicana/o Cultural Studies Reader










resendez Andrés Reséndez (History)

A Land So Strange:
The Extraordinary Tale of a Shipwreked Spaniard
Who Walked Across America in the Sixteenth Century
(Cabeza de Vaca)








turf wars

Bettina Ng'weno (African American and African Studies)

Turf Wars:
Territory and Citizenship
in the Contemporary State







julie

Julie Sze (American Studies)

Noxious New York:
The Racial Politics of Urban Health
and Environmental Justice








zoila

Zoila Mendoza (Native American Studies)

Creating Our Own:
Folklore, Performance,
and Identity in Cuzco, Peru










bookskuban

William Skuban (Fresno State University)

Lines in the Sand:
Nationalism and Identity
on the Peruvian-Chilean Frontier









shaky

Charles Walker (History)

Shaky Colonialism:
The 1746 Earthquake-tsunami in Lima, Peru
and Its Long Aftermath










 History Project
Symposium
The History Project presents
"Marking the Bicentennial:
The Challenges of Latin America, Past and Present
"

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