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Recent Acquisitions Spring 2010-1

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Recent Additions to the
Cesar E. Chavez Collection
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Select titles from the Latino Collection
In the Special Collections Library
At the Michigan State University Libraries
Spring 2010-1

Civil Rights

Orozco, Cynthia. No Mexicans, Women, or Dogs Allowed : The Rise of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement. 1st ed. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2009
E184.M5 O775 2009

Mexican Americans Civil rights History 20th century.
League of United Latin American Citizens History.
Order of Sons of America History.
Civil rights movements United States History 20th century.
Mexican Americans Civil rights Texas History 20th century.
Civil rights movements Texas History 20th century.
Mexican Americans Texas Social conditions 20th century.
Mexican American women Texas Social conditions 20th century.

Olguín, B. V. La Pinta : Chicana/O Prisoner Literature, Culture, and Politics. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2009
HV9466 .O54 2009

Mexican American prisoners.
Mexican American prisoners Political activity.
Prisoners Civil rights United States.
Mexican Americans in popular culture United States.
Prisoners in popular culture United States.

History

Newell, Quincy D. Constructing Lives at Mission San Francisco : Native Californians and Hispanic Colonists, 1776-14.16.2010821. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2009
E78.C15 N44 2009

San Francisco de Asís Mission (San Francisco, Calif.) History.
Indians of North America Missions California San Francisco Bay Area.
Indians of North America Cultural assimilation California San Francisco Bay Area.
Indians of North America California San Francisco Bay Area Social life and customs.
Indians of North America California San Francisco Bay Area Religion.
Franciscans California San Francisco Bay Area History.

Literature

Anzaldúa, Gloria, and AnaLouise Keating. The Gloria Anzaldúa Reader. Latin America Otherwise: Languages, Empires, Nations. Durham, [N.C.]: Duke University Press, 2009
PS3551.N95 A6 2009

Authors, American 20th century.
Mexican American women authors 20th century.
Mexican American lesbians.
Mexican Americans in literature.
Lesbians in literature.

Bost, Suzanne. Encarnación : Illness and Body Politics in Chicana Feminist Literature. 1st ed. New York: Fordham University Press
PS153.M4 B67 2010

American literature Mexican American authors History and criticism.
American literature Women authors History and criticism.
Diseases in literature.
Human body in literature.
Identity (Psychology) in literature.
Mexican American women in literature.
Mexican Americans Race identity.
Feminism in literature.
Feminism and literature United States History 20th century.

Concannon, Kevin, Francisco A. Lomelí, and Marc Priewe. Imagined Transnationalism : U.S. Latino/a Literature, Culture, and Identity. 1st ed. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009
E184.S75 I357 2009

Hispanic Americans Social conditions.
Community development United States.
American literature Hispanic American authors.

García, Richard. Rancho Notorious : Poems. American Poets Continuum Series. Rochester, NY: BOA Editions, 2001
PS3557.A71122 R3 2001

González, Marcial. Chicano Novels and the Politics of Form : Race, Class, and Reification. Class : Culture. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2009
PS153.M4 G63 2009

American fiction Mexican American authors History and criticism.
Politics and literature United States.
Literature and society United States.
Fiction Technique.
Mexican Americans in literature.
Social classes in literature.
Ethnic relations in literature.
Race in literature.

Granados, Christine. Brides and Sinners in El Chuco : Short Stories. Camino Del Sol. Tucson, Arizona: University of Arizona Press, 2006
PS3607.R3624 B75 2006

Dysfunctional families Fiction.
Domestic fiction, American.
Young women Fiction.
El Paso (Tex.) Fiction.

Henao, Eda B. The Colonial Subject's Search for Nation, Culture, and Identity in the Works of Julia Alvarez, Rosario Ferré, and Ana Lydia Vega. Hispanic Literature. Lewiston, N.Y.: E. Mellen Press, 2003
PQ7081.5 .H46 2003 c.31293

Spanish American fiction Women authors History and criticism.
Spanish American fiction 20th century History and criticism.
Alvarez, Julia Criticism and interpretation.
Ferré, Rosario Criticism and interpretation.
Vega, Ana Lydia, 1946- Criticism and interpretation.
Literature and history Latin America.
Women and literature Latin America.
Women in literature.

Olguín, B. V. La Pinta : Chicana/O Prisoner Literature, Culture, and Politics. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2009
HV9466 .O54 2009

Mexican American prisoners.
Mexican American prisoners Political activity.
Prisoners Civil rights United States.
Mexican Americans in popular culture United States.
Prisoners in popular culture United States.

Popular Culture

Vargas, Lucila. Latina Teens, Migration, and Popular Culture. Intersections in Communications and Culture,. New York: Peter Lang Pub., 2009
E184.S75 V37 2009

Hispanic American teenage girls Social conditions.
Hispanic American teenage girls Economic conditions.
Children of immigrants United States Social conditions.
Hispanic Americans Ethnic identity.
Transnationalism Case studies.
Sex role United States Case studies.
Working class United States Case studies.
Consumption (Economics) United States Case studies.
Popular culture United States.
Hispanic Americans in mass media.

Olguín, B. V. La Pinta : Chicana/O Prisoner Literature, Culture, and Politics. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2009
HV9466 .O54 2009

Mexican American prisoners.
Mexican American prisoners Political activity.
Prisoners Civil rights United States.
Mexican Americans in popular culture United States.
Prisoners in popular culture United States.

Religion

Gálvez, Alyshia. Guadalupe in New York : Devotion and the Struggle for Citizenship Rights among Mexican Immigrants. New York: New York University, 2009
BR563.M49 G35 2009

Mexican Americans New York New York Religion.
Mary, Blessed Virgin, Saint Devotion to New York New York.
Guadalupe, Our Lady of.
Citizenship United States.
United States Emigration and immigration.
Civil rights United States.
Emigration and immigration Religious aspects Christianity.

Menendez, Robert. Growing American Roots : Why Our Nation Will Thrive as Our Largest Minority Flourishes. New York: New American Library, 2009
E184.S75 M455 2009

Hispanic Americans Social conditions.
Hispanic Americans Government policy.
Hispanic Americans Education.

Water Rights –Texas

Porter, Charles R. Spanish Water, Anglo Water : Early Development in San Antonio. Centennial Series of the Association of Former Students, Texas a&M University. 1st ed. College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2009
HD1695.S35 P676 2009

Water rights Texas San Antonio History.
Water-supply Social aspects Texas San Antonio History.
Water-supply Political aspects Texas San Antonio History.
Water Texas San Antonio Distribution Management History.
Land tenure Texas San Antonio History.
Irrigation canals and flumes Texas San Antonio History.
San Antonio (Tex.) History.

Women

Henao, Eda B. The Colonial Subject's Search for Nation, Culture, and Identity in the Works of Julia Alvarez, Rosario Ferré, and Ana Lydia Vega. Hispanic Literature. Lewiston, N.Y.: E. Mellen Press, 2003
PQ7081.5 .H46 2003 c.31293

Spanish American fiction Women authors History and criticism.
Spanish American fiction 20th century History and criticism.
Alvarez, Julia Criticism and interpretation.
Ferré, Rosario Criticism and interpretation.
Vega, Ana Lydia, 1946- Criticism and interpretation.
Literature and history Latin America.
Women and literature Latin America.
Women in literature.

Staudt, Kathleen A., Tony Payan, and Z. Anthony Kruszewski. Human Rights Along the U.S.-Mexico Border : Gendered Violence and Insecurity. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2009
HV6250.4.W65 H842 2009

Women Violence against Mexican-American Border Region.
Poor women Violence against Mexican-American Border Region.
Human rights Mexican-American Border Region.
Crime Mexican-American Border Region.
Violence Mexican-American Border Region.

Vargas, Lucila. Latina Teens, Migration, and Popular Culture. Intersections in Communications and Culture,. New York: Peter Lang Pub., 2009
E184.S75 V37 2009

Hispanic American teenage girls Social conditions.
Hispanic American teenage girls Economic conditions.
Children of immigrants United States Social conditions.
Hispanic Americans Ethnic identity.
Transnationalism Case studies.
Sex role United States Case studies.
Working class United States Case studies.
Consumption (Economics) United States Case studies.
Popular culture United States.
Hispanic Americans in mass media.

Select titles from the Latino Collection
In the Special Collections Library
At the Michigan State University Libraries

Recently added Manuscript Collections:
Gordillo, Paulo R., and Michigan. Governor (1991-2003 : Engler). Paulo R. Gordillo Papers. 1995
MSU SPEC COLL MSS & ARCHIVES MSS 349 LIB USE ONLY

Chavez, Cesar, 1927-1993.
United Farm Workers.
Cinco de Mayo (Mexican holiday)
Mexican Americans Michigan Lansing.
Lansing (Mich.) Politics and government.
Michigan. Governor (1991-2003 : Engler)
Gordillo, Paulo R.
WJXQ-FM (Radio station : Holt, Mich.)

Student and civic organizer and a life long Lansing resident, Gordillo took the lead in commemorating United Farm Worker union President and organizer Cesar E. Chavez upon his death by having a street named in his honor. Chavez was a frequent visitor to the Lansing Michigan area where he found support for the unions boycott campaigns. Gordillo graduated from and is employed at Michigan State University working with K-12 pre-college programs. He has served as adjunct faculty at Lansing Community College and Davenport University teaching communication and higher education learning skills. This collection consists of materials in 9 folders and 1 street sign supporting the naming of a Lansing city street to commemorate Chavez's life and work on behalf of the agricultural worker in the United States. The contents include documents, news clippings and correspondence on: Cesar Chavez Day 1995; the Committee for Cesar Chavez Avenue; various news articles on Lansing area issues including the Q-106 radio program on a controversial Cinco de Mayo radio broadcast and a resulting "Media and Community Relations Summit" as well as biographical information on Gordillo. The collection also includes, a city street sign bearing the name "Cesar Chavez Ave. N. 800

Guerrero, Andrés Gonzales. Andrés G. Guerrero Papers. 1971
MSU SPEC COLL MSS & ARCHIVES MSS 346 LIB USE ONLY

Guerrero, Andrés Gonzales
Chavez, Cesar, 1927-1993.
Chicano movement History Sources.
Mexican Americans.
Saginaw (Mich.) Politics and government.
United Farm Workers.

Andrés Guerrero was a community advocate for the Spanish speaking population for the Vicar's office in the Latin American Affairs Division in the Saginaw Michigan diocesan office. He was also a community organizer and professor in the various communities he resided in (Massachusetts, Michigan and Colorado). Guerrero received his Doctorate of Theology, the doctoral degree awarded by the Harvard Divinity School at Harvard University. He has written and lectured on theologies of liberation (Chicano, African American, Feminist and Latin Americans), the sociology of religion and Hispanics in the U.S. as well as the history of the Hispanic church in the south ern United States. This collection provides documents and some realia relating to Professor Guerrero.

Khilji, David. David Khilji Papers. 1999
MSU SPEC COLL MSS & ARCHIVES MSS 348 LIB USE ONLY

Khilji, David
Chavez, Cesar, 1927-1993.
Eastern Michigan University History
Eastern Michigan University Planning.
Movimiento Estudiantil Xicano de Aztlán of Michigan State.
Mexican American college students Michigan East Lansing.
Mexican American college students Michigan Ypsilanti.
Student movements Michigan.
United Farm Workers.

As a student, David Khilji was a political activist at Eastern Michigan University and at Michigan State University. His political interests were broad and he was involved with Native American issues, Middle Eastern issues and Chicano and Latino issues. Khilji was born, raised and educated in the Detroit area. He was active in university Latino and Chicano organizations. He was a member of the Latino Student Association (LSA) at Eastern Michigan University (EMU) where he graduated in 2006. He was also a member of MEXA (Movimiento Estudiantil Xicano de Aztlán) at Michigan State University from 1999-2001 and a member of the grass roots non-profit organization, Xicano Development Center (XDC) in Lansing, Michigan. This collection of documents consist of 7 folders relating to Khilji's interest in campus activities. Of particular note is the folder on the construction of a memorial fountain at EMU honoring union labor organizer and President of the United Farm Workers Cesar E. Chavez.

Salas, Gumecindo. "Gumecindo Salas Papers, Circa 1971-1992." 1971. 3.

Gumecindo Salas, a native of the Detroit, Michigan area, was a scholar in education and public servant in various bodies dealing with education. He served in the United States Information Agency, taught for the Detroit Public Schools and Wayne State University, where he helped establish and served as director of Wayne State's Chicano Boricua Studies program and as the director of Minority Programs at Michigan State University. At MSU, Dr. Salas was also a professor of Urban Studies and Integrative Studies in the College of Social Science. Upon retirement from MSU in 2000 he became the Vice President of Governmental Relations for the Hispanic Association for College and Universities as well as an Adjunct Professor of Sociology at Northern Virginia Community College. Dr. Salas served as an elected member of the Michigan State Board of Education for two terms and served on the Saginaw Valley State University Board of Trustees and on the Governor's Commission for the Improvement of Higher Education in Michigan. His publications include themes on Latino political behavior, race and diversity, charter schools and minority populations nationally and the Latino community in Michigan and Detroit. Dr. Salas has served as a consultant on multicultural education, migrant education, and parental involvement in education for the state departments of Colorado, Texas, Montana, Wisconsin and Michigan. His research expertise is in the areas of multiculturalism and diversity in education and the workplace. The collection consists of three boxes of reports, unpublished papers and news clippings related to Latinos in education including bilingual education and higher education; copies of Senate Resolutions proclaiming Chicano History Week (1981) and a gubernatorial declaration of Hispanic Heritage Week (1985) and a "Sister City Agreement between the..Guadalajara Jalisco Mexico and …Lansing, Michigan, 1990."

Other Miscellaneous titles:

Centro de la Familia (Roswell N.M.). "Floreciendo." Roswell, N.M.: El Centro de la Familia. v.
Comités Obreros Revolucionarios. "El Martillo." Nueva York [i.e. New York]: Comite Obrero Revolucionario [sic]. v.
Fuerzas Armadas de Resistencia Popular. Urayoan. [Rio Piedras]: Fuerzas Armadas de Resistencia Popular.

Communism Puerto Rico Periodicals.

"Pensamiento Crítico." Río Piedras, P.R.,: Ediciones Pensamiento Crítico, 1978. v.
"Perspectiva Mundial." [New York, N.Y.,: s.n.]. v.

Movimiento de Liberación Nacional Mexicano. La Patria Es Una! Los Angeles, Calif.: El Movimiento

Mexican Americans Politics and government Period icals.

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