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2001
Sunday, April 1st

Beginning a New Millennium of Chicana and Chicano Scholarship: Selected Proceedings of the 2001 NACCS Conference

Tucson, AZ

Introduction: Beginning a New Millennium of Chicana and Chicano Scholarship

Jaime H. Garcia, University of Texas at Brownsville

Tucson, AZ

2001 NACCS Scholar Award Speech

Cherrie Moraga

Tucson, AZ

2001 NACCS Scholar Award Speech

Cordelia Candelaria, Arizona State University

Tucson, AZ

La Planta e s la Vida: Plants and Curanderismo on San Antonio’s Westside

Elizabeth de la Portilla, Cervantes Graduate Recipient, University of Michigan - Ann Arbor

Tucson, AZ

Chicana Schism: The Relationship Between Chicana Feminist and Chicana Feminist Lesbians

Yvette Saavedra, Cervantes Undergraduate Recipient, Pitzer College

Tucson, AZ

The Case For African American and Latina/o Cooperation in Challenging Race Profiling in Law Enforcement

Kevin R. Johnson, University of California - Davis

Tucson, AZ

Learning A New Way: Non-Violent Conflict Resolution and Community-Based Art Projects

Renée M. Martínez

Tucson, AZ

Critical Race Theory in Chicana/O Education

Tara Yosso, University of California - Santa Barbara
Octavio Villalpando, University of Utah
Dolores Delgado Bernal, University of Utah
Daniel G. Solórzano, University of California - Los Angeles

Tucson, AZ

’En Las Escuelas de San Francisco Se Enseñan el Frances y el Aleman…’: Nineteenth-Century Eclectic Readers, Common Schools and the Construction of Second-Class Citizenship in Nineteenth-Century California

Linda Heidenreich, Washington State University

Tucson, AZ

The New World Gospel as Proselyted in Rudolfo Anaya's Jalamanta

Robert K. Anderson, California State University - Stanislaus

Tucson, AZ

Whose Story Is It Anyway?: Autobiography on the Border

Norma Elia Cantú, University of Texas at San Antonio

Tucson, AZ

Maya Theme s in U. S . Latino/Chicano Literature

Elizabeth Coonrod Martínez, Sonoma State University

Tucson, AZ

Contrabando Y Corrupcion: The Rise in Popularity of Narcocorridos

Louis M. Holscher, San Jose State University
Celestino Fernández, University of Arizona

Tucson, AZ

‘Here is Something You Can’t Understand…’ Chicano Rap and the Critique of Globalization

Pancho McFarland

Tucson, AZ

Re(a)d Roots: Grounding History, Identity, and Performance in the work of Celia Herrera Rodríguez

Irma Mayorga

Tucson, AZ

Musica Tejana: More Than Conjuntos and Orquestas

Guadalupe San Miguel, Jr., University of Houston - Main

Tucson, AZ

Searching for Sexual Identity in a Homophobic Society : Hunger of Memory and Pocho

Elizabeth Rodriguez Kessler, California State University - Northridge

Tucson, AZ

Masculinity (Re)Defined: Masculinity, Internalized Homophobia, and the Gay Macho Clone in the Works of John Rechy

Daniel Enrique Pérez, Arizona State University

Tucson, AZ

From Tomboy to Drag : Las Notas de un Rey in Toronto

Karleen Pendleton Jimenez, York University

Tucson, AZ