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Ghostly I(s)/Eyes: The Formation of Subjectivity in Mexican American Life Narratives

@inproceedings{Perea2011GhostlyIT,
  title={Ghostly I(s)/Eyes: The Formation of Subjectivity in Mexican American Life Narratives},
  author={Patricia Marie Perea},
  year={2011}
}
  • P. Perea
  • Published 9 February 2011
  • History
Center for Regional Studies at the University of New Mexico, Office of Graduate Studies at the University of New Mexico, Southwest Hispanic Research Institute at the University of New Mexico 

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