La creación de la nación chicana: Perspectivas historiográficas

By: David R. Maciel, Juan Gómez-Quiñones, Richard Grisworld del Castillo, coordinadores

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LA CREACIÓN DE LA NACIÓN CHICANA : PERSPECTIVAS HISTORIOGRÁFICAS. / David R. Maciel, Juan Gómez-Quiñones, Richard Grisworld del Castillo, coordinadores; Enrique Semo, prólogo. Ciudad de México : Siglo XXI Editores Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Dirección General de Publicaciones y Fomento Editorial, 2018. 552 pages : illustrations; 23 cm. Includes bibliographic references 9786070309335 (Siglo XXI) ; 9786073008778 (UNAM).
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The Chicano people are people of Mexican origin in the United States and have a long history dating back to the colonization of the North by the Spanish empire in America up to the present day. Due to American expansionism in the second half of the 19th century, it became an internal colony of the United States, undergoing social change at the national and regional levels. This research discusses some essential issues in Chicano historiography (as they have developed over several decades): social change, racism and resistance, Mexican migration, political economy, the struggle to preserve Mexican identity, and studies on Chicana women.

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