By Rafael E. Tarrago
Librarian for Chicano/Latino Studies
The University Libraries commemorates Hispanic Heritage this week highlighting books published by past and present faculty members of the Department of Chicano/Latino Studies in its collection of books about the Hispanic Heritage of the United States.
The titles represented in the collage at right are:
Louis Mendoza (chair from 2004-2014)
- Telling Tongues. A Latin@ Anthology on Language Experience,
edited by Louis G. Mendoza and Toni Nelson Herrera.
Nation City; Austin: Calacas Press; Red Salmon Presss, 2007.
Wilson Library PS508 .H57 T4 2007
- A Journey Around Our America. A Memoir on Cycling, Immigration, and the Latinoization of the U.S.
Austin: University of Texas Press, 2012
Wilson Library E184 .S75 M454 2012
Eden Torres (Acting chair since 2014)
- Chicana Without Apology. The New Chicana Cultural Studies
New York: Routledge Press, 2003.
Wilson Library E184 .M5 T67 2003
Dennis Nodin Valdes (faculty member 1980 from to 2003)
- Barrios Nortenos: St. Paul and Midwestern Mexican Communities in the Twentieth Century
Austin: University of Texas Press, 2000
Wilson Library F614 .S4 V35 2000
- Mexicans in Minnesota
St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society
Wilson Library F615 .M5 V35 2005