Indigenous Text
Feb04

Indigenous Text

Test post for timeline      The Way to Rainy MountainAverage Rating:3.8 rating based on 2,275 ratings (all editions)ISBN-10: 0826304362ISBN-13: 9780826304360Goodreads: 155882Author(s): N. Scott MomadayAl MomadayPublisher: Published: //Information from Goodreads.com  The Way to Rainy Mountain Reviews Reviews from Goodreads.com...

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Dominican Text
Feb04

Dominican Text

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Bibliography Test (by Dave)
Jan30

Bibliography Test (by Dave)

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Zoot Suiter (español)
Feb07

Zoot Suiter (español)

Si la pachuca está ausente en ésta y otras imágenes icónicas mexicano-americanas de los años cuarenta… la construcción del contexto masculino mexicoamericano de los motines de los pachucos es inequívocamente heterosexual. Sin embargo, el estilo de moda de los pachucos, el que se empeña en adornar y llamar la atención al cuerpo masculino racializado, convirtiéndolo en un objeto de deseo, problematiza el impulso normalizador que...

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Zoot Suiter
Feb07

Zoot Suiter

If the pachuca is absent from this and other iconic images of 1940s Mexican Americans… the male Mexican American constructed context of the Zoot Suit Riots is unmistakably heterosexual. And yet the fashion system of the pachucos, one that insists on adorning and drawing attention to the racialized male body, indeed making it an object of desire, problematizes the normalizing impulse that underlies such a construction. Robert...

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Assimilation
Feb07

Assimilation

During the first half of the twentieth century, “assimilation” in the United States was synonymous with “Americanization” and “Anglo-conformity,” terms that signaled the dissolution of the immigrant or minority group’s culture by an Anglo-Protestant mainstream. For the most part, these terms fell out of favor by the 1960s, but cultural commentators and scholars as varied as Lou Dobbs, Victor Davis Hanson, and Samuel P. Huntington...

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