This collection by Steven Loza, UCLA professor of ethnomusicology, explores Chicano, Mexican, and Cuban musical forms and styles and their transformation in the United States.
Edited and introduced by Héctor Calderón, this collection of essays makes a rigorous case for the contributions of Chicana/o studies to the transnational study of Mexico.
The CSRC Press received twelve awards for four publications at Latino Literacy Now’s 2018 International Latino Book Awards on September 6. The CSRC is honored to have been recognized and thankful for the contributions of everyone involved with the production of these books.
Run, Tecato, Run (Run, Junkie, Run) depicts a junkie's efforts to break his heroin habit in order to reclaim and raise his daughter. Produced for $60,000, the film explores the connections between the Vietnam War, drug addiction, and crime and juxtaposes them to Mexican-American family, culture, and spirituality.
Essays in the Fall 2019 issue explore the work of Rodolfo Anaya, New Mexican folklorists Aurelio M. Espinosa and José Agapito Olivas, and Denver artist Carlota d.R. EspinoZa. New digital-only subscription option!


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