Multicultural Southwest A Reader

ISBN-10: 0816522162

ISBN-13: 9780816522163

Edition: 2001

Authors: A. Gabriel Mel�ndez, Patricia Moore, Patrick Pynes, M. Jane Young, M. Jane Young

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List price: $25.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
Publication date: 9/1/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 294
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

A. Gabriel Mel�ndez is professor of American studies at the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

Southwestern Views, Ethnic Angles
The Southwest: A Definition
The Golden Key to Wonderland
The Chicano Homeland
Dry Root in a Wash
Sky Looms: Texts of Transformation and Sacred Worlds
Perceptions of the Other
Hopi Indian Ceremonies
Seeing with the Native Eye: How Many Sheep Will It Hold?
Romancing Mora
"You Don't Know Cows Like I Do": Twentieth-Century New Mexico Ranch Culture
Native America
3 Am
Raisin Eyes
Remembering Tewa Pueblo Houses and Spaces
And Then I Went to School: Memories of a Pueblo Childhood
Ode to the Land: The Dine Perspective
"We're Not Extinct"
Hispano-Mestizo America
Milo Maizes
Lent in El Paso, Texas
Sunday Mass
Sombras de la Jicarita
Mexican Children Get Hard Lesson: New Laws Cut Them from N. M. Schools
Borderlands America
To live in the Borderlands means you
Baroque Principles of Organization in Contemporary Mexican American Arizona
Interview: Jesus Martinez and Ricardo Murillo
Legal Alien
Raising Hell as Well as Wheat - Papago Indians Burying the Borderline
Environment, Technology, and the Peoples of the Southwest
Albuquerque Learns It Really Is a Desert Town
In the Belly of the Beast
The Box That Broke the Barrier: The Swamp Cooler Comes to Southern Arizona
Urbanization Drains Reverence for Water
The Navajos and National Sacrifice
Making Culture: The Future Southwest
Make-Believe and Graffiti: Envisioning New Mexico Families
Creating A Tradition: The Great American Duck Race
Roads to Heaven: Pilgrimage in the Southwest
Sedona and the New (Age) Frontier
Queen of Two Cultures
Mythical Dimensions/Political Reality
Jefe, todavia no saben...
Birthplace Blues
About the Contributors
About the Editors
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