RODOLFO F. ACUÑA

ABRIDGED MINI PUBLICATION VITA

 

 

Education & Employment Information

1968      Ph.D. Latin American Studies, University of Southern California

1969-     Professor of Chicana/o Studies, California State University, Northridge

 

Selected Honors:

*Outstanding Academic Title by CHOICE Magazine, Corridors of Migration: The Odyssey of Mexican Laborers, 1600-1933, 2009

* National Hispanic Institute, Lifetime Achievement Award, Austin, Texas, 2008

* Keynote, Texas Foco, National Association for Chicana Chicano Studies, 2008

* Community Coalition South Central Los Angeles, 9th Annual Gala Dinner, Activist-scholar award, 2008

* The Labor/Community Strategy Center Award, May 2007

* Center for the Study of Political Graphics (CSPG), Historian of the Lions Award at our 18th Anniversary Dinner in Los Angeles on Saturday, October 13, 2007

* National Hispanic Cultural Center. Book Presentation, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2007

* National Hispanic Hero Award, March 11, 2006, Chicago, 24th Annual National Conference. United States Hispanic Leadership Institute,

*LAWeekly LA People 2006, April 21-27, 2006, p. 108, Featured as one of 100 LA shakers and movers

*2005    Symposium on the Works of Rodolfo F. Acuna, California State Northridge, May 2005

*Selected As One of the “100 Most Influential Educators of the 20th Century,” Black Issues In Higher Education

*Recipient of the Gustavus Myers Award for an Outstanding Book on Race Relations in North America

*Distinguished Scholar Award, National Association for Chicano Studies

*Homenaje University of Guadalajara Feria Internacional del Libro and the State of Guadalajara Mexico for the Outstanding Scholar of U.S.-Mexico Studies

*Emil Freed Award for Community Service, Southern California Social Science Library

*Plenary session on the future of the profession, American Historical Association, 1992

* A founder of Labor/Community Strategy Center, 1989

*Founder's Award for Community Service, Liberty Hill Foundation

*American Council of Learned Societies Award

*Rockefeller Humanities Fellowship

*Ford Foundation Research Grant

*Ford Foundation Grant establishing Operation Chicano Teacher

*Founding Chair, Chicano Studies Department, California State University, Northridge

*A Founder of Latin American Civic Association Headstart

 

Books:

Forthcoming:  In the Trenches of Academe: Chicana/o Studies A Personal View (450 ms pages)

2008        Voices of the U.S. Latino Experience [Three Volumes] Greenwood Press, 2008

2007        Corridors of Migration: Odyssey of Mexican Laborers, 1600-1933 University of Arizona Press Dec 2007)   

2007        Occupied America: A History of Chicanos 6th edition. New York: Longman

2004        US Latinos Issues Greenwood Press

2004        Occupied America: A History of Chicanos 5th edition. New York: Longman.

2000        Occupied America: A History of Chicanos, 4th edition. New York: Addison,Wesley & Longman.

1998        Sometimes There is No Other Side: Essays on Truth and Objectivity.  Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press.  291 pp. Honorable Mention for Gustavus Myers Award for an Outstanding Book on Race Relations in North America.

1996        Anything But Mexican: Chicanos in Contemporary Los Angeles. (London: Verso Press, 1996), 320 pp. Recipient of the Gustavus Myers Award for an Outstanding Book on Race Relations in North America.

1988        Occupied America. A History of Chicanos, 3d Edition (New York: Harper and Row), 475 pp. Recipient of the Gustavus Myers Award for an Outstanding Book on Race Relations in North America.

1988        Sound Recording Occupied America a history of Chicanos. Publication: Salt Lake City, Utah : Utah State Library Division for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, 1988 Document: English : Sound Recording : Non-music : Cassette tape Cassette tape

1984        Community Under Siege: A Chronicle of Chicanos East of the Los Angeles River, 1945-1975(UCLA), 560pp.

1981        El Caudillo Sonorense. Ignacio Pesqueira y sus tiempos  (Mexico D.F.: ERA), 191 pp.

l980         Occupied America. A History of Chicanos 2nd Edition (New York: Harper & Row), 437 pp.

1976        America Ocupada (Ediciones ERA), 342 pp.

1974        Sonoran Strongman: The Times of Ignacio Pesqueira (Tucson: University of Arizona Press), 179 pp.

1972        Occupied America: The Chicano Struggle Toward Liberation (New York: Harper & Row), 282 pp.

1970        Cultures in Conflict: Case Studies of the Mexican American  (Los Angeles: Charter Books), 140 pp.

1970        A Mexican American Chronicle (New York: American Book Co), 210 pp.

1969        The Story of the Mexican American (New York: American Book Co.), 140 pp.

 

Chapters in Books and Journal Articles:

2005        “The Illusive Race Question & Class: A Bacteria That Constantly Mutates,”Occasional Paper No. 59 Latino Studies Series  Julian Samora Research Institute, Michigan State University

2005        The Pecking Game: A Global View of Immigration (Forthcoming in Anthology by Curtis Stokes, Michigan State University. (Forthcoming)


2000        “An Exchange of Views on Diversity, with Earl Dorris, Jim Sleeper, and Michael Lind, The New Leader, (September/October): 23-29.

2000        Reply Invited. Los Angeles Times Book Review Magazine, August 20,2000. Re: “Taking the Oath Why We Need a Revisionist History of Latinos in America,” By Gregory Rodriguez.

2000        “Truth and Objectivity And Chicano History,” In Refugio Rochin and Dennis Nodin Valdes, Voices Of A New Chicano/a History. East Lansing: Michigan University Press.

1999        “Acuña vs. The Regents of the University of California, Santa Barbara et al,” In Mapping Strategies: NACCS And The Challenge Of Multiple (Re) Oppressions:Selected Proceedings of the National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies (Phoenix, Arizona: Editorial Orbis Press, 1999).

1999        “ The Struggle for Control of Los Angeles Government,” In Zaragosa Vargas, ed. Major Problems in Mexican American History (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1999), pp. 466-475.

1998        “The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo: Impact on Contemporary Politics,” Southwestern Law Journal V, 1 (Spring 1998): 109-119

1998        Acuna, Rodolfo. “Early Chicano activism : Zoot Suits, Sleepy Lagoon, and the road to Delano. In: Delgado, Richard and Stefancic, J., eds. The Latin@ Condition: A Critical Reader (New York: New York University, pp. 309-319.

1998        “Greasers go home : Mexican immigration, the 1920s,” Ibid. pp. 86-91.

1998        “Occupied America,” Ibid. Pp. 171-174.

1997    “Truth and Objectivity and Chicana/o Studies," Julian Samora Research Institute, Michigan State University.

1992        "Forming The Debate: The Present Interprets the Past," in Renato Rosaldo Lecture Series Monograph. Tucson: Mexican American Studies & Research Center, The University of Arizona, pp. 55-82.

1992        "Chicano Studies: A Public Trust," in CHICANO STUDIES: CRITICAL CONNECTION BETWEEN RESEARCH AND COMMUNITY. The National Association for Chicano Studies, March 1992, pp 2-13.

1990        Co-authored with Carlos Navarro, "In Search of Community: A Comparative Essay On Mexicans In Los Angeles And San Antonio," in Norman M. Klein and Martin J. Schiesl, 20th Century Los Angeles. Power, Promotion, and Social Conflict. Claremont: Regina Books, pp. 195-226.

1989        Co-authored "Afterward" in  MARKETING DISEASE TO HISPANICS by Bruce Maxwell and Michael Jacobson. Washington D.C., Center for Science in the Public Interest.

1989        "Review Essay: The Struggles of Class and Gender: Current Research in Chicano Studies." Journal of American Ethnic History (Spring 1989).

1988        La era de los corredores del poder : los anos de Rambo. In: Maciel, David R. and Saavedra, Jose Guillermo, eds. AL NORTE DE LA FRONTERA:  EL PUEBLO CHICANO. Mexico: Consejo Nacional de Poblacion, 1988, p. 321-373

1987        “English as the official language?=El ingles como idioma oficial,” In: AMERICAS 2001 Vol. 1, no. 1 (June-July, 1987), p. 6-11.

1985        “La libertad enjaulada : la expansion hacia Nuevo Mexico. In: Chicanos:(Seleccion). Compiled by Tino Villanueva. Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Economica, 1985, p. 71-103.

1982        Occupied America: A Chicano Symposium. University of Houston.

1979        Yesterday : la huelga del '33. In: NUESTRO Vol. 3, no. 2 (March, 1979), p. 49-50.

1974        "Mexican-American History: A reply," Pacific Historical Review XLIII, No.1 (February):147-150; Reprinted in Norris Hundley, Jr., ed., The Chicano. Clio Books, 1975, pp. 41-46.

1974        “Introduction from OCCUPIED AMERICA.” In: The social reality of ethnic America. Edited by Rudolph Gomez. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath, 1974, p. 377-382.

1973        "Freedom in a Cage: The Subjugation of the Chicano People," in William H. Cartwright and Richard Watson, Jr., eds, The Reinterpretation of American History and Culture. Natl Council for the Social Sciences. 113-137.

1970        "Ignacio Pesqueira: Sonoran Caudillo," Arizona and the West, l2, No.2 (Summer), pp. 139-172.

1966-       Over 60 Course Proposals Defining the Field of Chicano Studies (See Plan de Santa Barbara, Stanford University, 1970)

1968        A Bibliographic Guide to Understanding Minority Group Children Developed with a Team for NDEA Institute (Mimeographed)

A General Guide To Understanding The Mexican-American Child by Rudy Acuña and Julian Nava (Mimeographed)

 

Political Essays:

1)"Hispanics stand up and finally get counted," Herald Examiner, April 27, 1986.

2)"Behind the vote for a new prison in East L.A.", Herald Examiner, July 8, 1986.

3)"Richard Alatorre, new Master of city politics," Herald Examiner, July 26, 1986.

4)"The downtown prison affair: Is there something rotten in Denmark?” Eastside Journal, August 1986.

5)"Another Prison no reward for Latino unity," Herald Examiner, Sept 11, 1986.

6)"The coming battle in the new Latino district," Herald Examiner, October 3, 1986.

7)"None dare call it racism," Herald Examiner, November 26, 1986.

8)"Keep Mahoney's AIDS decision in perspective," Herald Examiner, December 19, 1986.

9)"L.A. Latinos need a new Ed Roybal," Herald Examiner, January 23, 1987.

10)"The new Latino district needs a risk-taker," Herald Examiner, February 1, 1987.

11)"Personal power struggles can only hurt MALDEF," Herald Examiner, February 20, 1987

12)"Police brutality still alive and threatening," Herald Examiner, March 20, 1987.

13)"How not to choose Latino candidates," Herald Examiner, April 17, 1987.

14)"Put Cinco de Mayo on the wagon," Herald Examiner, May 15, 1987.

15)"Governor must curb L.A. prison obsession," Herald Examiner, June 12, 1987.

16)"The limits of working in the system," Herald Examiner, July 5, 1987.

17)"The less redevelopment on East Side, the better," Herald Examiner, July 10, 1987.

18)"Olvera Street faces wholesale changes," Herald Examiner, August 7, 1987.

19)"The Case Against Proposition 63," America 2001 (Summer 1987).

20)"The Latino L.A. Juan Pablo won't see," Herald Examiner, Sept 11, 1987.

21)"Our 'Fantasy heritage' gets royal touch," Herald Examiner, October 9, 1987.

22)"A Chicago politician worth duplicating here," Herald Examiner, November 6, 1987.

23)"A leader who represents what's best in the Latino community," Herald Examiner, December 4, 1987.     

24)"In '88, Latinos must be vigilant, and not forget," Herald Examiner, January 1, 1988.

25)"Power grabbers threaten dream of Latino museum," Herald Examiner, January 29, 1988.

26)"Taking the measure of Gloria Molina," Herald Examiner, February 5, 1988.

27)"Teachers without eyes," Herald Examiner, February 1988.

28)"Hispanic Label --- The Gringo's Revenge," Pacific News Service, AP No. 4521, February 1988.

29)"The West Side's unfair shot at Richard Alatorre," Herald Examiner, March 13, 1988.

30)"Richard Polanco: The assemblyman who's king of the 55th," Herald Examiner, April 1, 1988.

31)"Unjust anywhere," Herald Examiner, May 6, 1988.

32)"The fire that too many are willing to forget," Herald Examiner, June 3, 1988.

33)"The young Chicano who made Latinos into kingmakers," Herald Examiner, July 1, 1988.

34)"Chicanos y mexicanos: Una acalorada controversia," La Opinion, June 8, 1988.

35)"Segunda refutacion a Bustamante," La Opinion, July 1, 1988.

36)"The Latinas make their mark," Herald Examiner, August 5, 1988.

37)"A Democratic patron who hates trade unions," Herald Examiner, Sept 2, 1988.

38)"Latinos must beware of those Spanish-speaking candidates," Herald Examiner, October 7, 1988.

39)"Bush won't stand and deliver for Latinos," Herald Examiner, November 4, 1988.

40)"Archbishop Mahoney's bad example," Herald Examiner, November 20, 1988.

41)"Latinos must hold pols accountable to them," Herald Examiner, December 2, 1988.

42)"The real victims of the L.A. transit `peace pact'," Herald Examiner, December 22, 1988.

43)"Why aren't Latinos angry about LAPD's Chief Gates?" Herald Examiner, January 6, 1989.

44)"Diluting Latino power, pride has to be stopped," Herald Examiner, February 3, 1989.

45)"The cancer in the ranks of L.A. teachers," Herald Examiner, March 3, 1989.

46)"Once again, Latinos won't get their seat," Herald Examiner, April 7, 1989.

47)"The fate of East L.A.: One big jail," Herald Examiner, April 26, 1989.

48)"No Way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo," Herald Examiner, May 5, 1989.

49)"The man behind the battle at GM Van Nuys," Herald Examiner, June 2, 1989.

50)"The Armageddon in our back yard," Herald Examiner, July 7, 1989.

51)"We, The Community, Have a Stake In the Future of GM Van Nuys," LABOR/COMMUNITY NEWS, August-September, 1989.

52)"Don't count Cranston among Latinos' friends," Herald Examiner, August 4, 1989.

53)"Latinos' worst enemy," Herald Examiner, Sept 1, 1989.

54)"Creating another white male institution," Herald Examiner, October 6, 1989.

55)"Does the much talked about 'Hispanic Market' really exist as a cohesive consumer base? NO," Hispanic Intelligence, October/November 1989.

56)"Conciencia y moral politica en la comunidad hispana," La Opinion, Nov. 3, 1989.     

57)"A Steady Rise for the Brown Republican," Los Angeles Times, November 20, 1989.

58)"Schools Fail Latinos in Any Tongue," Los Angeles Times, December 10, 1989.

59)"A Uniquely Needy Flock Mustn't Lose Its Padre," Los Angeles Times, December 25, 1989.

60)"Latinos Are Fighting for Community, Not Just for Property Values," Los Angeles Times, January 22, 1990.

61)"Inside the Alamo," The Texas Observer, January 26, 1990.  

62)"Life Behind Bars Is No Way to Build Character," Los Angeles Times, February 12, 1990.

63)"Shut Out by Historical Amnesia," Los Angeles Times, February 25, 1990.

64)"History Is People, Not Bricks," Los Angeles Times, April 2, 1990.

65)"He Oughta Be in Movies," Los Angeles Times, April 28, 1990.

66)"And Then There Were No Blue-Collar Jobs," Los Angeles Times, May 6, 1990.

67)"The Candidate Who Upset Latino Politics," Los Angeles Times, June 8, 1990.

68)"America Retreats on Labor Laws," Los Angeles Times, July 16, 1990.

69)"Injusticia en educacion," La Opinion, July 31, 1990.

70)"Now, the Fight for the Spoils," Los Angeles Times, August 12, 1990.

71)"Trojan Horse Cozies Up to Schools," Los Angeles Times, August 28, 1990.

72)"`August 29' Review: More Cultural Nationalism," Los Angeles Times, September 10, 1990.

73)with Juana Mora, "Some Cost, More Gain," Los Angeles Times, October 26, 1990.

74)"District's `Hire Them Cheap' Philosophy Wears Thin," Los Angeles Times, December 9, 1990.

75)"Where Did All the Vital Issues Goin the 1st District?," Los Angeles Times, January 13, 1991.

76)"Fighting War on Backs of the Poor," Los Angeles Times, February 8, 1991.

77)"Latinos en la Universidad," La Opinion, February 17, 1991.

78)"Alamo Memories," The Texas Observer, March 22, 1991.

79)"Necesidad de expandir la identidad chicano-mexicano," La Opinion, March 24, 1991.

80)"Latin Generals Count on the Wages of War," Los Angeles Times, April 1, 1991.

81)"Leadership Demeaned by Moral Silence," Los Angeles Times, May 6, 1991.

82)"Democratic Intentions Thwarted in El Salvador," Nuestro Tiempo, May 2, 1991.

83)"Latinos Ask, With Friends Like These...” Los Angeles Times, May 26, 1991.

84)"Blind Before, How Can They Lead Us Now?” Los Angeles Times, July 17, 1991.

85)"Fast Track Leaves Latinos Untracked," Los Angeles Times, August 12, 1991.

86)"Sherifato y Latinos: Una Relacion Conflictiva," La Opinion, September 1, 1991.

87)  “La guerra, los republicanos y el servicio militar,’ La Opinion. Sep 29, 1992. Vol. 67, Iss. 14; p. 11A

88)“Unidad etnica y conflicto racial,” La Opinion. Oct 31, 1992. Vol. 67, Iss. 46; p. 15A

89)"Allegiance to the Party Is Passé," Los Angeles Times, July 1, 1992.

90)"The Alamo Battle...Redux," Los Angeles Times," May 15, 1993.

91) “Chiapas polariza a los chicanos,” La Opinion. Jan 14, 1994. Vol. 68, Iss. 121; p. 11A

92) “Racism masquerades as public debate,”[HOME FINAL Edition, Dallas Morning News.  Mar 21, 1996. p. 21.A

93) “Racism masquerades as public debate,” Dallas Morning News, March 21, 1996.

94)"Beating Back," In These Times, May 13-26, 1996.

95) (A Review Essay) of Stavans, Ilan, ed. “Oscar "Zeta" Acosta: The Uncollected Works,” Los Angeles Times Book Review Magazine, June 1996

96) “El Valle de San Fernando raices de un movimiento secesionista,” La Opinion. Aug 4, 1996. Vol. 70, Iss. 324; p. 1C

97) “Guadalupe Hidalgo el tratado que nunca se cumplio,” La Opinion. Feb 1, 1998. Vol. 72, Iss. 139; p. 1D

98) “Riordan y el desastre educativo,” La Opinión, 23 Octubre 1999.

94) “El caso Zacarías,” La Opinión, 31 Octubre 1999.

99) “Indicios De Segregacion Escolar,” La Opinion, 14 Noviembre 1999

100) “Raices y Tentáculos De La Nueva 187,” La Opinion, 21, Noviembre 1999.

101) “La agenda latina,” La Opinión, 20 dic 1999

102) Still Just a Mexican: After hours of community testimony, school board teaches a civics lesson many will not soon forget. LatinoLA: November 2, 1999

103) “La agenda latina,” La Opinión, 2 enero 2000.

104) “Los Cubanoamericanos de Miami: Mito y realidad,” La Opinion, 23 abril 2000

105) “Chinatown’ en Arizona,” La Opinion, 9 julio 2000

106)“Identidad: Politica De Los Latinos,” La Opinion, 16 julio 2000

107) “Los Latinos y la Izquierda,” La Opinion, 30 julio 2000

108) “Riordan y el desastre educativo,” La Opinion. Oct 23, 1999. Vol. 74, Iss. 38; p. 7A

109) “El caso Zacarías,” La Opinión, 31 Octubre 1999.

110)  Riordan y el desastre educativo,” La Opinión, 23 Octubre 1999.

111) “Raíces y Tentáculos De La Nueva 187,” La Opinión, 21 Noviembre 1999.

112). “La agenda latina,” La Opinión, 20 Diciembre 1999 and 2 enero 2000.

113) “Los Cubanoamericanos de Miami: Mito y realidad,” La Opinion, 23 abril 2000

114) The Miami myth machine,  Michigan Citizen. Highland Park, Mich.: May 20, 2000. Vol. XXII, Iss. 26; p. A7

115) “Chinatown’ en Arizona,” La Opinion, 9 julio 2000

116) “Los latinos y la IZQUIERDA: En vez de ayudar a los latinos a desarrollarse politicamente, la izquierda a simplificado el proceso, limitandose a decir a los mexicoamericanos: "Democrata=Bueno; Republicano=Malo,” La Opinion. Jul 30, 2000. Vol. 74, Iss. 319; p. 1B

117) “Pena de muerte: igual y menos igual,” La Opinion, 27 Agosto 2000

118) “Convencion Nacional Democrata En Los Angeles: La politica alternativa y el racionalismo,” La Opinion, 6 agosto 2000

119) “Popi,” January 2000 Internet. http://911review.org/Wget/aztlan.net/acuna.htm (Also La Opinión)

120) “The Making of the Miami Myth Machine,” April 2000 http://www.change-links.org/MythMachine.htm (Also La Opinión)

121) “MITO Y REALIDAD: Los Cubanoamericanos de Miami,” La Opinion. Apr 23, 2000. Vol. 74, Iss. 221; p. 1B

122)  Rampart causo solo silencio: Liderazgo Latino de Los Angeles,” La Opinion. Jun 7, 2000. Vol. 74, Iss. 266; p. 11A

123) “The Making of the Political Pocho,” La Prensa de San Diego, June 9, 2000. http://www.laprensa-sandiego.org/archieve/june09/pocho.htm (Also La Opinión)

124) “Murder In Arizona ... It is Only the Third World” June 2000 http://oldweb.uwp.edu/academic/sociology/pg/latinos/acuna.htm (also in La Opinión)

125) “Capital Punishment: How Else Can We Teach Them A Lesson?” July 2000 http://911review.org/Wget/aztlan.net/acuna5.html

126) “'Chinatown' en Arizona: INMIGRACION,” La Opinion. Jul 9, 2000. Vol. 74, Iss. 298; p. 1B

127)  “IDENTIDAD Politica de los Latinos,” La Opinion. Jul 16, 2000. Vol. 74, Iss. 305; p. 1B

128)“Latinos and Spanish-speaking Gringos: Hasta La Vista baby!” August 2000 http://www.911review.org/Wget/aztlan.net/acuna4.htm

129)  “La Politica Alternativa y el Racionalismo: CONVENCION NACIONAL DEMOCRATA EN LOS ANGELES,” La Opinion. Aug 6, 2000. Vol. 74, Iss. 326; p. 1B

130)  “PENA DE MUERTE: IGUALES Y MENOS IGUALES,” La Opinion. Aug 27, 2000. Vol. 74, Iss. 347; p. 1B

131) “ELECCION 2000: El doble estándar en la vida política estadounidense,” La Opinion, 24 de diciembre de 2000

132) LOS LATINOS Y LA POLITICA: la mayoría timorata,” La Opinion, 11 de marzo de 2001

133) “ELECCION DE ALCALDE: La oportunidad perdida,” La Opinion, 08 de junio de 2001

134) “LA OPORTUNIDAD PERDIDA: La verdad es que un numero significativo de jovenes negros apoyo a Villaraigosa. A diferencia de sus padres, no estaban dispuestos a pasar por alto los preocupantes paralelos entre las tacticas de Hahn y las de Sam Yorty,” La Opinion. Jun 10, 2001. Vol. 75, Iss. 268; p. 1B

135) “PEARL HARBOR: Los héroes olvidados,” La Opinion, 27 de mayo de 2001

136) “Politica y Relaciones Raciales: El olvido salvaje,” La Opinion, 17 de Junio de 2001.

137) “El negocio de la medicina: Oscar no era ningún Supermán,” La Opinion, 26 de agosto de 2001.

138) “Narrow National Interest: Foxes and the Mexicans,” La Prensa San Diego, September 14, 2001.

139) “EL VENDAVAL PATRIOTICO,” La Opinion, 30 de septiembre de 2001.

140) “EU y las minorías étnicas: Me estoy  volviendo blanco,” La Opinion, 28 de octubre de 2001. 

141) “Narrow National Interest:  Foxes and the Mexicans,” Z Magazine, 2001, http://www.zmag.org/acunanarr.htm

142) “Why Become a Historian,” American Historical Association Publication,”                         http://www.theaha.org/pubs/why/acuna.htm

143) “Is Estrada the right choice for this Hispanic 'first?' No,” Houston Chronicle.: Apr 28, 2002. p. 1

144) “Nominacion de Estrada: Un latino contra los latinos,” La Opinion, 10 de mayo de 2002. Also published in Miami Herald, San Diego La Prensa, Los Angeles Daily News, and various other newspapers.

145)  “LAS NUEVAS MEZCLAS,” La Opinion. Jul 28, 2002. Vol. 76, Iss. 316; p. 1B

146) “New Realities in South Central: Latinos have a stake in the politics of the region,” Cumunidad. Www.latinola.com, Web Published 8.9.2002

147) “Las Nuevas Mezclas,” La Opinion, 18 de julio, 2002.

148) “JUSTICIA: El hombre invisible,” La Opinion, September 15, 2002.

149) “ADMINISTRACION BUSH: Volvamos al servicio militar obligatorio,” La Opinion, 20 de octubre de 2002.

150) “I Hate Hypocrisy: Is it time to bring back the draft?”  Forum: LatinoLA | Web Published 10.16.2002

151) “Today's hawks conveniently avoided combat,” The Miami Herald,  Nov. 01, 2002.

“Armchair generals avoided combat,” Sunday Gazette - Mail. Charleston, W.V.: Nov 3, 2002. p. 1.C

152) “Who Wants to Know?Understanding in two syllables may not be enough,” LatinoLA Web Published 11.13.2002

153) “ARMAGEDON Y ARMAS DE FUEGO: Propensión a la simpleza,” La Opinion, 24 de noviembre de 2002

154) “EL PAIS: Los trenes corren a tiempo: el triunfo de la derecha,” La Opinion, 1 dic. 2002.

156) “LATINOS EN LA MIRA: El Ejército se lleva a los mejores estudiantes, La Opinion, 16 de diciembre de 2002.

157) “Who wants to Know? Not Americans,” Political Wires,

 http://www.voznuestra.com/PoliticalWires/_2002/_November/12

158) MARTIN LUTHER KING: Recuperar al héroe,  La Opinion, January 19, 2003

159) “Who speaks for the Latino student?”HispanicVista. February 3, 2003

http://www.hispanicvista.com/html2/020303comm.htm. Also “Who Speaks For the Latino Student?

160) When it comes to military on college campuses, some voices are ignored.” LatinLA. Web Published 2.4.2003

161) “LA NACION: Caldera y el reclutamiento.” La Opinión, Feb 9, 2003.

162) “ELECCION EN EL DISTRITO 14: La política como antropofagia (o viceversa),” La Opinión  02 de marzo de 2003

163) “Chavez Ravine and the Cultural Divide: L.A. Times reviewer reveals historical ignorance in review of Culture Clash play,” LatinoLA. Web Published 6.8.2003. http://latinola.com/story.php?story=1048

164) “Chávez Ravine? y la brecha cultural,” La Opinión. 15 de junio de 2003

165) “De la sartén al fuego: Impugnacion De Davis,” La Opinion, 30 julio 2003

166) “WITH PAPERS OR NOT Immigrants could end up fighting war in Iraq,” Miami Herald, Sep. 19, 2003

167) “Unfair and Unbalanced Racism: Fox News, Cruz Bustamante and MEChA,  8.29.2003. Www.latinola.com.

168) “Fox y la Eleccion en California: Periodismo chapucero,” La Opinion 4 septiembre de 2003

169) “Nacion: La guerra, la puerta de entrada,” La Opinion 21 de septiembre de 2003.

170) “EDUCACION: La división de clases,” La Opinion, 26 de octubre de 2003

171) TRIBUNALES: La pérdida del control local, La Opinion, 21 de diciembre de 2003

172) CALIFORNIA: El pobre siempre paga la cuenta, La Opinion, 25 de enero 2004

173)  “SOCIEDAD; Cómo cambiaron los profesores chicanos,” la Opinion. Feb 08, 2004. Vol. 78, Iss. 146; p. 1D

174) “POLÍTICA; TRATADO DE GUADALUPE HIDALGO: EL AYER ES HOY,”  La Opinion. Jan 31, 2005. Vol. 79, Iss. 138; p. 3E

175) “LATINOS; El linchamiento de los mexicanos,” La Opinion. Jun 19, 2005. Vol. 79, Iss. 277; p. 1E

176)  “SOCIEDAD; Memín Pinguín es un mal chiste racista,” La Opinion. Jul 10, 2005. Vol. 79, Iss. 298; p. 4E

177) “LOS ANGELES; Susie López está muerta,” La Opinion. Jul 17, 2005. Vol. 79, Iss. 305; p. 1E

178) EDUCACIÓN: Fracaso de un estudiante es fracaso de su maestro, La Opinión

Domingo, 08 de enero de 2006.

179) POLÍTICA; TRATADO DE GUADALUPE HIDALGO: EL AYER ES HOY
La Opinion.
Jan 31, 2005. Vol. 79, Iss. 138; p. 3E

180)  History According to KABC: I never realized that the people at KABC Radio were so vested in hate. LatinoLA: June 13, 2006 http://latinola.com/story.php?story=3566

181) “The Public Forum . . . El Foro Público,” La Prensa San Diego. San Diego, Calif.: May 2, 2008. Vol. 32, Iss. 18; p. 6

182) “Republican Convention: I am snow blind,” La Prensa San Diego. San Diego, Calif.: Sep 5, 2008. Vol. 32, Iss. 36; p. 6

183)  “Community Organizers Keep Hope Alive,” La Prensa San Diego. San Diego, Calif.: Sep 19, 2008. Vol. 32, Iss. 38; p. 6

184) Sarah the Apostate.If Catholic politicos are to be held to a high standard then politicos such as Palin should be held to a similar standard. LatinoLA: September 21, 2008 http://latinola.com/story.php?story=6804

185) Disillusion Paralyzes Us:Like in life, hope should be based on reality. Unlike "W" and the Scarecrow, Obama at least has a brain. LatinoLA: January 4, 2009 http://latinola.com/story.php?story=7089

186) Suzie Lopez Reviewed. When police powers act indiscriminately they kill the Suzies of this world. LatinoLA: January 7, 2009. http://latinola.com/story.php?story=7100

187)”¿Sí Eres Doctor Qué Curas?: Culture,”  LatinoLA: January 20, 2009.

188)  The Encounter Group: The Way of the Minority, January 2009

 

Book Reviews:  No postings since 2003 because of time constraints; about 30 new entries

1)  Pitt, Leonard P. Decline of the Californios. California Historical Review, 1968.

2)  Manuel Machado, Listen Yankee: An Informal History of the Mexican American. International Migration Review, 1979.

3) Martinez, Oscar.  Border Boom Town: Ciudad Juarez Since 1848. American Historical Review, 1979.

4) Garcia, J.R.. Operation Wetback: The Mass Deportation of Mexican Undocumented Workers in 1954. Arizona and the West, 1981.

5) Tutorow, N. E.. Texas Annexation and the Mexican War: A Political Study of the Old Northwest. South Atlantic Quarterly, 1981.

6) De Leon, A. The Tejano Community. Western Historical Quarterly, 1983.

7) Weber, David. The Mexican Frontier, 1921-1946. American Historical Review, 1983.

8) Los mineros (television program review). The Journal of American History. v. 79 (Dec. '92) pp. 1295-6.

9)  Heer, David M.. Undocumented Mexicans in the United States. Pacific Historical Review, Vol. 61, (1992).

10) Ruiz, Ramon Eduardo. The Peoples of Sonora and Yankee capitalists . Pacific Historical Review v. 60 (Nov. '91) pp. 543-5.

11) Salas, Elizabeth. Soldaderas in the Mexican military. Pacific Historical Review. v. 60 (May '91). pp. 248-9.

12) Zavella, Patricia. Women's work and Chicano families. Journal of American Ethnic History. v. 8 (Spring '89) pp.

13) Ruiz, Vicki, Cannery women, cannery lives Journal of American Ethnic History v. 8 (Spring '89) pp. 134-8.

14) Keefe, Susan E. and Padilla, Amado M. Chicano ethnicity. Journal of American Ethnic History v. 8 (Spring '89) pp. 134-8.

15) Deutsch, Sarah. No separate refuge. Journal of American Ethnic History v. 8 (Spring '89) pp. 134-8.

16) Weber, David. The Hispanics in the United States: A History. Pacific historical review, vol 55, (1988), pp. 230-231.

17) Gann, Lewis H., and Duignan, Peter. The Hispanics in the United States. Pacific Historical Review v. 57 (May '88) pp. 230-1.

18) Allsup, Carl. The American G. I. Forum. Pacific Historical Review v. 54 (May '85) pp. 226-7.

19) Voss, Stuart F.. On the periphery of nineteenth-century Mexico . Pacific Historical Review v. 53 (Aug. '84) pp. 392-3.

20) Anna, Timothy E..  The Mexican empire of Iturbide, Choice, vol. 28 no.1, 1990 Sep..

21) Eckstein, Susan. Power and popular protest. Choice, 1989.

22) Garcia, F Chris. Latinos and the political system. Choice, 1988.  

23) Garcia, Mario T.. Mexican americans. Choice, 1990.            

24) Katz, Friedrich. Riot, rebellion, and revolution, Choice, 1989.  

25) Lafrance, David G. Mexican revolution in puebla, 1908-1913  Choice, 1990.   

26) Neighbor Howard D. Latino empowerment, Choice, 1989.          

27) Ward, Peter M. Mexico city, Choice, 1991.                      

28) Sonenshein, Raphael. Politics of Black and White, Choice.

29) Morales and Bonilla, eds.. Latinos in a Changing Economy. Choice, 1993 Oct.

30) Carr, Barry. Marxism and Communism in 20th Century Mexico, Choice, 1993 Sep.

31) Garcia, Mario. Memories of Chicano History (Reviewed in both Journal of Ethnic History and Choice, 1994 May.

32) Skerry, Peter. Mexican Americans: The Ambivalent Minority. Choice.

33) Dosal, Paul. Doing Business With Dictators, Choice, 1994 Feb..

34) Weber, Devra. Dark Sweat, White Gold :California farm workers, cotton, and the New Deal. Choice, 1995 May.

35) Buss, Fran Leeper. Forged Under the Sun:the life of Maria Elena Lucas, ed. Choice, 1994

36) Marquez, Benjamin. League of United Latin American Citizens. Choice, 1994 Jan.

37) Sanchez, George, Becoming Mexican American.

38) Scarborough and Wilcox. The Mesoamerican Ballgame. Choice.

39) Murphy and Stepich. Social Inequality in Oaxaca. 1992.

40) Guerin-Gonzales, Camille. Mexican Workers and American Dreams: immigration, repatriation, and California farm labor, 1900-1939. Choice, 1995 Feb.

41) de la Torre, Adela, et al, eds. Building With Our Hands. Choice, 1993 Dec.

42) Dwyer, Augusta. On the Line:life on the US-Mexican border. Choice, 1995 Feb.

43) Loza, Steve. Barrio Rhythms. Pacific Historical Review.

44) Lowenthal, Abraham, et al.. The California-Mexico Connection. Choice, 1994 Mar.

45) Ruiz, Ramon. Tragedy and Triumph.

46) Barry, Tom, ed. Mexico: a country guide. Choice, 1992 Oct. 

47) Carroll, Patrick. Blacks In Colonial Veracruz. Choice, 1991.

48) Roberto E. Villarreal et al, eds Latino empowerment, problems, and prospectsChoice, 1989.

49) Chavez, Linda.Out of the barrio: toward a new politics of Hispanic assimilation.Choice, 1992

50) Renny Golden. The hour of the poor, the hour of women: Salvadoran women speak. Choice, 1992 June.

51) Hinds, Harold E. and Charles Tatum. Not just for children: the Mexican comic book in the late 1960s and 1970s. Choice, 1993 Jan.

52) Delpar, Helen. The enormous vogue of things Mexican: cultural relations between the United States and Mexico, 1920-1935. Choice, 1993 May.

53) Aguilar Camin, Hector. In the shadow of the Mexican Revolution:contemporary Mexican History, 1910-1989. Choice, 1994 Jul.

54) Padilla, Genaro. My history, not yours:the formation of Mexican American autobiography. Choice, 1994 Sep.

55) Rodriguez, Jeanette. Our Lady of Guadalupe:faith and empowerment among Mexican-American women. Choice, 1994 Oct.

56) Dolan, Jay P and Gilberto M Hinojosa, ed..Mexican Americans and the Catholic Church, 1900-1965. Choice, 1995 Jul.

57) Jay Dolan and Jaime Vidal, eds. Puerto Rican and Cuban Catholics in the U.S., 1990-1965. Choice, 1995 Jul.

58) Dolan, Jay and Allan Figueroa Deck, eds.  Hispanic Catholic culture in the U.S.: Issues and concerns. Choice, 1995

59) Gledhill, John. Neoliberalism, transnationalization and rural poverty: a case study of Michoacan, Mexico. Choice, 1995 Nov.

60) Navarro, Armando. Mexican American Youth Organization:Avant-Garde of the Chicano Movement in Texas. Choice, 1996.   

61) Blea, Irene. Researching Chicano Communities: Social-Historical, Physical, Psychological, and Spiritual Space. Choice, 1996.

62) Collier, George A.. Basta! Land and the Zapatista Rebellion in Chiapas. Choice,1995.

63) Hodges, Donald C. Mexican Anarchism After the Revolution. Choice, 1995.

64) Lopez-Stafford, Gloria. A Place in El Paso: A Mexican American Childhood, Choice 1996.

65) Stavans, Ilan, ed.. Oscar "Zeta" Acosta: The Uncollected Works, Los Angeles Times Book Review Magazine, June 1996 (A Review Essay).

66) Maciel, David R. and Isidro D. Ortiz, ed.. Chicanas/Chicanos At The Crossroads: Social, Economic, and Political Change, Choice, 1996

67) Perez, Crisostomo N.. Land Grants In Alta California: A Compilation of Spanish and Mexican private land claims in the State of California, California History (Journal of the California Historical Society), 1996 (Forthcoming).

68) Mitchell, Don M.. The Lie Of The Land: Migrant Workers and the California Landscape, Labor History, 1996 (Forthcoming).  

69) Fuentes, Carlos. A new time for Mexico, tr. Marina Gutman Castañeda. Choice, 1996

70) Wells, Miriam J.. Strawberry Fields: Politics, Class, and Work in California Agriculture. Choice, 1996.

71) Alonso, Ana María. Thread of Blood: Colonialism, Revolution, and Gender on Mexico's Northern Frontier. Pacific Historical Review 1996

72) Binford, Leigh. El Mizote Massacre. Anthropology and Human Rights. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1996. Choice, 1997.

73) Fisch, Louise Ann. All Rise: Reynaldo G. Garza the First Mexican American Federal Judge. College Station: Texas A&M Press, 1996. Pacific Historical Review, 1997.

74) Garcia, Juan R. Mexicans in the Midwest, 1900-1932. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1996. Choice, 1997. Labor History, 1997.

75) Sherman, John W. The Mexican Mexican Right: The End of Revolutionary Reform, 1929-1940. Praeger, 1997. Choice, 1997.

76)Vaughan, Mary Kay. Cultural Politics In Revolution. Teachers, Peasants, and Schools In Mexico, 1930-1940. University of Arizona, Choice, 1997.

77)DePalo, William A., Jr. The Mexican National Army, 1822-1852. Texas A&M, 1997, Choice. 1997

78)Peña, Devon G. The Terror of the Meachine: Technology, Work, Gender, & Ecology on the U.S.-Mexico Border. CMAS Books. University of Texas, 1997. Choice 1997.

79)Miranda, M.L. A History of Hispanics in Southern Nevada. University of Nevada Press, 1997. Choice. 1998.

80)Pycior, Lulie Leininger.  LBJ & Mexican Americans: The Paradox of Power.  University of Texas. 1997.  Choice 1998.

81)Bantjes, Adrian A. As If Jesus Walked on Earth. Cardenism, Sonora, and the Mexican Revolution. Scholarly Recources, Inc, 1998. Choice 1998.

82)Vanderwood, Paul. The Power of God Against Guns of Government. Religious Upheaval in Mexico at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century. Stanford University Press. 1998. Choice 1998.

83) Milller, Robert Ryal, Juan Alvarado Governor of California, 1836-1842 (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1998), Choice, 1998.

84) Race and Poilitics: Asian Americans, Latinos, and Whites in a Los Angeles Suburb. By Leland T. Saito. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1998. xiii + 250pp. Tables, bibliography and index.  Journal of American Ethnic History

85) The Making Of A Mexican American Mayor: Raymond L. Telles of El Paso. By Mario T. García.(El Paso: Texas Western Press, 1998). x + 187pp. Bibliography, notes, and index.

Journal of American History.

86)  Eastside Landmark: A History of the East Los Angeles Community Union, 1968-1993. By John R. Chávez. (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1998. viii + 321pp. Maps, illustraions, notes, bibliography and index. Journal of American History.

87) Ramos, Henry A. J. The American G.I. Forum:in pursuit of the dream, 1948-1983. Houston: Arte Publico, 1998.  Choice.

88)Gutiérrez, José Angel. The Making of a Chicano Militant:Lessons from Cristal. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1998). Choice, 1999.

87) Ramos, Henry A. J., The American G.I. Forum:in pursuit of the dream, 1948-1983. Houston: Arte Publico, 1998.  Choice, 1999.

88)Gutiérrez, José Angel. The Making of a Chicano Militant:Lessons from Cristal. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, 1998).

89)Vigil, Ernesto B. The Crusade for Justice: Chicano Militancy and the Government’s War on Dissent. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1999). Choice, 1999.

90) Zolov, Eric. Refried Elvis: the rise of the Mexican counterculture. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999. Choice, 1999.

91)Perez, Ramon “Tianguis”. Diary of a Guerrilla: Ramon “Tianguis” Perez, tr. By Dick J. Reavis. Houston, Texas: Arte Publico, 1999.

92)F. Arturo Rosales. !Pobre Raza! Violence, Justice, And Mobilization Among México Lindo Immigrants, 1900-1936. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1999). Journal of American History.

93)Garcia, Ignacio M.. Viva Kennedy: Mexican Americans in Search of Camelot (College Station: Texas A&M Press, 2000). Choice.

94)Anderson, Mark Cronlund. Pancho Villa’s Revolution by Headlines (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press,2000). Choice.

95) Iber, Jorge. Hispanics in the Mormon Zion, 1912-1999. Texas A&M, 2000. Choice.

96) Davidson, Miriam. Lives on the Line: Dispatches from the U.S.-Mexico Border Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2000. Choice.

97) Foster, Lyn V., A Brief History of Central America New York: Facts On File, Inc., 2000. Choice

98) Davis, Mike. Magical urbanism: Latinos reinvent the US city. London: Verso, 2000. Choice.

99) Chasteen, John Charles, Born in Blood and Fire: A Concise History of Latin America. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 2001. Choice.

100) Ross, John, The War Against Oblivion: The Zapatista Chronicles. Monroe, Maine: Common Courage Press, 2000. Choice.

101) Gonzales-Berry, Erlinda and David R. Maciel. Eds. The Contested Homeland: A Chicano History of New Mexico. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Journal of American History.

102)Gruuzinski, Serge, Images at War: Mexico From Columbus To Blade Runner (1492-2019). Durham: Duke University Press, 2001. Choice.

103) Laó-Montes, Agustín & Arlene Dávila, eds, Mambo Montage: The Latinization of New York. New York: Columbia University Press, 2001. Choice.

104) Sitton, Tom and Deverell, William, eds., Metropolis In the Making: Los Angeles In the 1920s. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001. Choice.

105) Frank McLynn, Villa and Zapata: A History of the Mexican Revolution. New York: Carrol & Graf Publishers, 2001. Choice.

106) Tovares, Joseph. Zoot Suit Riots: An American Experience. Public Broadcasting Home Video. Running time 60 minutes. 2002. Journal of American History. 2002.

107)Garcia, Matt.  A World of Its Own: Race, Labor, and Crisis in the Making of a Greater Los Angeles, 1900-1970. Chapell Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2001. 321pp. Xx. Journal of American History. 2002.

108) Alfredo Lopez Austin and Leonardo Lopez Lujan, Mexico’s Indigenous Past. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2001. Choice. 2002.

109) Arreola, Daniel D. Tejano South Texas. A Mexican American Cultural Province. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2002. Choice. 2002.

110) Nevins, Joseph. Operation Gatekeeper: The Rise Of The “illegal Alien” And The Making Of the U.S.-Mexico Boundary. New York: Routledge, 2002. 286pp. Xi. Journal of American Ethnic History. 2002.

111) Hart, John Mason. Empire and Revolution: The Americans in Mexico since the Civil War. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001.  Choice

112) Nicolaides, Becky M. My Blue Heaven: Life and Politics in the Working-Class Suburbs of Los Angeles, 1920-1965. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001. Choice.

113) Stout, Jr., Joseph A., Schemers & Dreamers: Filibustering in Mexico, 1848-1921. Fort Worth: Texas Christian University Press, 2002. Choice.

114) Warren Kay B. And Jean E. Jackson, eds. Indigenous Movements, Self-Representation, and the State in Latin America. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2002. Choice.

115) Knight, Alan, Mexico: From the Beginning To The Spanish Conquest. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. Choice.

116) James, David E., ed. The Sons and Daughters of Los: Culture and Community in L.A. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2003. Choice.

117) Swanson, Philip (ed). The Companion to Latino American Studies. London: Arnold, 2003. Choice.

118) Haney López, Ian F. Racism On Trial: The Chicano Fight For Injustice, Cambridgem Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2003. 314pp. Journal of American History.

119) www.pewhispanic, Choice, 2004.

120) Zaragosa Vargas, Labor Rights Are Civil Rights: Mexican American Workers in Twentieth-Century America. By . (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2005. Xviii, 375 pp. $29.95, ISBN 0-691-11546-x.).

121)  Mark Wild. Street Meeting: Multiethnic Neighborhoods In Early Twentieth-Century Los Angeles Berkeley : University of California Press, ©2005 Choice

122) Jeffrey Cohn, The Culture of Migration in Southern Mexico University of Texas Press (December 1, 2004) Choice

123) Kenneth H. Marcus,  Musical Metropolis: Los Angeles: Los Angeles and the Creation of a Music Culture 1880-1940,  Palgrave  2005, 288 pages Choice

124)  Lorena Oropeza, !Raza Si! !Guerra No! :Chicano Protest and Patriotism During the Viet Nam War Era University of California Press (April 1, 2005) Choice

125) Chon A. Noriega and Wendy Belcher, eds., I Am Aztlan The Personal Essay in Chicano Studies UCLA Chicano Studies Center, 2004, Choice

126) Working the Boundaries: Race, Space, and “Illegality” In Mexican Chicago, by Nicholas De Genova. Durham and London: Duke University Press, 2005. 329 pp. $22.95 paper ISBN 0-8223-3615-4 Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews.

 

Microfilm Collections Filmed and Collected by Rodolfo F. Acuña:

1980        Newspaper Collection of Congressman Edward R. Roybal, 2 reels.

1976        Articles on Chicanos in The Eastside Sun (Los Angeles), 1945-1976, 10 reels.

 

Editorial Board:

1971-1974              

                The Mexican American: An Arno Press Collection, 21 vols (New York: Arno Press):

Castaneda, Alfredo, et al, eds., Mexican Americans  and Educational Change, 1974

Church Views of the Mexican American, 1974

Clinchy, Everett Ross, Jr. Equality of Opportunity    for Latin-Americans in Texas, 1974

Crichton, Kyle S., Law and Order Ltd.,  1928

Education and the Mexican American, 1974

Fincher, E. B., Spanish-Americans as a Political Factor in New Mexico, 1912-1950, 1974

Greenwood, Robert, The California Outlaw: TiburcioVasquez, 1960

Juan Cortina: Two Interpretations, 1974

                Kibbe, Pauline R., Latin Americans in Texas, 1946

                The Mexican American and the Law, 1974

                Mexican Labor in the United States, 1974

                The New Mexican Hispano, 1974

Otero, Miguel Antonio, Otero: An Autobiographical Triology, 1935/39/40

The Penitentes of New Mexico, 1974

Perales, Alonso S., Are We Good Neighbors? 1948

Perspectives on Mexican-American Life, 1974

Simmons, Ozzie G. Anglo-Americans and Mexican Americans in South Texas, Spanish and Mexican Land Grants, 1974

Tuck, Ruth D., Not With the Fist, 1946

Zeleny, Carolyn, Relations Between the Spanish-Americans and Anglo-Americans in New Mexico,  1974

 

1973-1976  Chicano Heritage: An Arno Press Collection, 61 vols (New York: Arno Press)

Adams, Emma, To and Fro in Southern California,  1887

Anderson, Henry P., The Bracero Program in California, 1961

Barker, Ruth Laughlin, Caballeros, 1932

Bell, Horace, On the Old West Coast, 1930

Biberman, Herbert, Salt of the Earth, 1965

Castaneda, Carlos E. trans, The Mexican Side of  the Texas Revolution (1836), 1928             

Castaneda, Carlos, Our Catholic Heritage in Texas,1519-1936, Seven Volumes, 1936-1958

Colton, Walter, Three Years in California, 1850

Cooke, Philip St. George, The Conquest of New Mexico and California, 1878

Cue Canovas, Agustin, Los Estados Unido, Y El Mexico Olvidado, 1970

                Curtin, L.S.M., Healing Herbs of the Upper Rio Grande, 1947

Fergusson, Harvey, The Blood of the Conquerors,  1921

Fernandez, Jose, Cuarenta Anos de Legislador Biografia de Senador Casimiro Barela, 1911

Francis, Jessie Davies, An Economic and Social History of Mexican California (1822-1846),   Two vols in one, 1976

Getty, Harry, Interethnic Relationships in the Community of Tucson, 1976

Guzman, Ralph C., The Political Socialization of the Mexican American People, 1976

Harding, George L, Don Agustin V. Zamorano, 1934

Hayes, Benjamin, Pioneer Notes from the Diaries of Judge Benjamin Hayes, 1849-1875, 1929

Herrick, Robert, Waste, 1924

                Jamieson, Stuart, Labor Unionism in American Agriculture, 1945

Landolt, Robert Garland, The Mexican-American Workers of San Antonio, Texas, 1976      

Lane, Jr. John Hart, Voluntary Association Among Mexicans in San Antonio, Texas, 1976

Livermore, Abiel Abbott, The War with Mexico Reviewed, 1850

Loyola, Mary, The American Occupation in New Mexico, 1921-1852, 1939

Macklin, Barbara June, Structural Stability and Culture Change in a Mexican-American Community, 1976

McWilliams, Carey, Ill Fares the Land: Migrants and Migratory Labor in the United States,   1942

Murray, Winifred, A Socio-Cultural Study of 118  Mexican Families, Living in a Low-Rent Public Housing Project in San Antonio, Texas, 1954

Niggli, Josephina, Mexican Folk Plays, 1938

Parigi, Sam Frank, A Case Study of Latin American Unionization in Austin, Texas, 1976

Poldervaart, Arie W., Black-Robed Justice, 1949

Rayburn, John C. and Virginia Kemp Rayburn, eds,  Century of Conflict, 1821-1913. Incidents in the Lives of William Neele and William A.           Neale, Early Settlers in South Texas, 1966

Read, Benjamin, Illustrated History of New Mexico,       1912

Rodriguez, Jr., Eugene, Henry B. Gonzalez, 1976

Sanchez, Nellie Van de Grift, Spanish and Indian Place Names of California, 1930

Shulman, Irving, The Square Trap, 1953

Tireman, L.S., Teaching Spanish-Speaking Children, 1948

Tireman, L.S. and Mary Watson, A Community School in a Spanish-Speaking Village, 1948

Twitchell, Ralph Emerson, The History of the Military Occupation of the Territory of New Mexico, 1909

Twitchell, Ralph Emerson, The Spanish Archives of New Mexico, Two vols, 1914

U.S. House of Representatives, California and New Mexico: Message from the President of the United States, January 21, 1850, 1850

Valdes y Tapia, Daniel, Hispanos and American Politics, 1976

West, Stanley, The Mexican Aztec Society, 1976

Woods, Frances Jerome, Mexican Ethnic Leadership in San Antonio, Texas, 1949

Aspects of the Mexican American Experience, 1976

Mexicans in California After the U.S. Conquest,  1976

Hispanic Folklore Studies of Arthur L. Campa, 1976

Hispano Culture of New Mexico, 1976

                Mexican California, 1976

The Mexican Experience in Arizona, 1976

The Mexican Experience in Texas, 1976

Mexican Migration to the United States, 1976

The United States Conquest of California, 1976

Northern Mexico On the Eve of the United States Invasion: Rare Imprints Concerning California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas,  1821-1846. Edited by David J. Weber, 1976

 

Other Publishing Activities:

Outside reviewer for refereed books for the presses of University of Texas, University of Wisconsin, University of Minnesota, Organization of American Historians (Journal of American History), among others. Currently constructing a Web Journal

 

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