2002-2004: 29th, 30th, & 31st Annual Conferences Proceedings

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Chican@ Critical Perspectives and Praxis at the Turn of the 21st Century: Selected Papers from the 2002, 2003 and 2004 NACCS Conference Proceedings

Introduction to Selected Papers from the 2002, 2003 and 2004 NACCS Conference Proceedings

Ed A. Muñoz, University of Wyoming

Friday, March 1st

Chicanismo, Patriotism, September 11th, 2001: A NACCS Political Stance on the War on Terrorism

Raoul Contreras, Indiana University - Northwest

Chicago, IL

When Tejano Ruled the Airwaves: The Rise and Fall of KQQK in Houston, Texas

Guadalupe San Miguel Jr., University of Houston

Chicago, IL

Tuesday, April 1st

The Wars in the Schools: Mexicana Mothers Collective Cultural Capital

Rosa Furumoto, California State University - Northridge

Los Angeles, CA

Changing Agricultural Labor Laws in California: The Struggle for SB 1736

Susan Marie Green, California State University - Chico

Los Angeles, CA

Thursday, April 1st

Re-Membering the Body: Spiritual Genealogy, Collective Memory, and Lost Histories in Delilah Montoya’s Codex Delilah

Ann Marie Leimer, University of Redlands

Albuquerque, NM

Lourdes Portillo’s Development of a Chicana Feminist Film Aesthetic: After the Earthquake, Las Madres, and Señorita Extraviada

Norma A. Valenzuela, Arizona State University

Albuquerque, NM

On Grinding Corn and Plaiting Hair: Placing Tejanas and Black Texan Women in the Progressive Era

Lilia Raquel D. Rosas, University of Texas at Austin

Albuquerque, NM

Interlingualism: The Language of Chicanos/as

Lilia De Katzew, California State University - Stanislaus

Albuquerque, NM

Ay dolor, ya me volviste a dar: Loss and Cultural Mourning among Mexican Origin Immigrants to Oregon

Ricardo Larios, Oregon State University

Albuquerque, NM

Chicano Gang Membership, Familism, and Social Support: A Critical Examination of Conflicting Theoretical Models

Jesse Díaz Jr., University of California - Riverside

Albuquerque, NM

The Political Repression of a Chicano Movement Activist: The Plight of Francisco E. “Kiko” Martínez

James Barrera, South Texas College

Albuquerque, NM