Reserve Readings: Mexican-American Folklore Tradition: La Raza
|Open||Agringado Joking in Texas Mexican society: Folklore and differential identity, by Jose E. Limon (pp. 33-50 of NEW SCHOLAR, 1977, vol. #, issue #, © owner unknown)|
|Open||Chicana Life Cycle Rituals. In Chicana Traditions: Continuity and Change. N. Cantú and O. Nájera-Ramírez, eds. Pp. 15-34. Urbana and Chicago, IL: University of Illinois Press|
|Open||Indigenista hermeneutics and the historical meaning of Our Lady of Guadalupe of Mexico, by Miguel Leatham (pp. 27-39 of FOLKLORE FORUM: ETHNOHISTORY AND CULTURAL REPRESENTATION, v. 22, nos. 1/2, 1989 issue, © 1989 by Folklore Publications Group, Inc.)|
|Open||Making pictures: U.S. Mexican place and space in mural art, by Carlos G. Velez-Ibanez (pp. 244-264 of Border Visions: Mexican Cultures of the Southwest United States, Univ.of Arizona Press, © 1996 Arizona Board of Regents)
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