Latining America: Black-Brown Passages and the Coloring of Latino/a Studies by Claudia Milian (2013): University of
Latining America keeps company with and challenges existent models of Latinidad, demanding a distinct paradigm that puts into question what is understood as Latino and Latina today. Milian conceptually considers how underexplored "Latin" participants-the southern, the black, the dark brown, the Central American-have ushered in a new world of "Latined" signification from the 1920s to the present.
Spanish Perspectives on Chicano Literature: Literary and Cultural Essays by Jesús Rosales and Vanessa Fonseca
2017): Ohio University Press.
Spanish Perspectives on Chicano Literature and Culture: Literary and Cultural Essays explores how Spanish literary critics from the U.S. and Spain view and study Chicano literature and culture, and reflects on Chicano literature’s literary place in 21st century America and its transnational aspirations.
The Roots of Latino Urban Agency by Sharon A. Navarro and Rodolfo Rosales (2013): University of North Texas Press.
These essays collectively suggest that political agency can encompass everything from voting, lobbying, networking, grassroots organizing, and mobilization, to dramatic protest. Latinos are in fact gaining access to the same political institutions that worked so hard to marginalize them.
Clerical Ideology in a Revolutionary Age: The Guadalajara Church and the Idea of the Mexican Nation, 1788-
1853 by Brian F. Connaughton (2003): University of Calgary Press.
Clerical ideology played an important role in the complex cultural transition Mexico underwent from the late eighteenth to early nineteenth centuries. This study aims to accurately situate clerical ideology in relation to the social, economic and political transformation promoted by both the Enlightened absolutism of the late colonial regime and the new, independent state born in 1821.
Chicano! History of the Mexican-American Civil Rights Movement (Hector Galan/Kanopy)
Chicano/a Movement in Washington (Seattle Civil Rights & Labor History Project)
Hispanic Reading Room (Library of Congress)
Hispano Music and Culture of the Northern Rio Grande: The Juan B. Rael Collection (Library of Congress)
Latin American Digital Archives Repository (UT Austin)
Latin American Library (Tulane University)
Latinxs in the Criminal Justice Complex (CUNY)
Spanish-Speaking People of Texas: Photo Archive (Briscoe Center for American History/University of Texas)
Tejano Voices (University of Texas, Arlington)