CSRC Press publications explore the Chicana/o and Latina/o experience and embrace a range of disciplines. Scroll down to browse the Press’s three book series as well as other recent titles and our first e-book.
A Ver: Revisioning Art History
The A Ver series explores the cultural, aesthetic, and historical contributions of Chicano, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Dominican, and other U.S. Latino artists. Each volume presents an overview of the artist’s career and an assessment of the artist’s works. The books feature full-color illustrations and include an exhibition history and a bibliography. The series is distributed by the University of Minnesota Press.
The Chicano Archives
The Chicano Archives brings together resources related to major Chicano special collections, drawing primarily on collections in the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Library. The goal is to facilitate access to these collections and to stimulate new critical and historical research based on archival sources. Titles in this series are distributed by the University of Washington Press.
This series presents selected essays from Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies. The anthologies, which collect the scholarship of both established and emerging scholars, are widely used in college courses. The best-selling Chicano Studies Reader is the most recent volume in the Aztlán Anthology series. These books are distributed by the University of Washington Press.
Other Recent Titles
In addition to its book series, the CSRC Press also publishes occasional titles on a wide range of subjects related to Chicana/o and Latina/o studies. Included in this set of books is the award-winning L.A. Xicano, the catalog for the CSRC’s four L.A. Xicano exhibitions. These books are distributed by the University of Washington Press.
In 2014 the CSRC Press began publishing e-books. The first publication in this format is the exhibition catalog for Ricardo Valverde: Experimental Sites, 1971-1996.