Christina Fernandez: Multiple Exposures, published by CSRC Press and UCR Arts, and distributed by University of Washington Press, earned the 2024 ALAA-Thoma Foundation Exhibition Catalogue Award.
Cultural critic Gabriel Navarro's writings, in English translation for the first time.
The exhibition catalogue Christina Fernandez: Multiple Exposures earned two medals in the 2023 International Latino Book Awards competition.
Topics in the Spring 2024 issue range from Chicanx murals and television programming, the lasting cultural impact of Selena, and the DREAMER narrative to the recovery of Brown histories through digital mapping. The art of Nora Chapa Mendoza is featured.  Print and online subscriptions available!
The Chicano Studies Reader, the best-selling anthology of articles from Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies. Now available as an e-book for KIndle, NOOK, and Kobo!


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