Recent Chicana/o Cultural Criticism

  title={Recent Chicana/o Cultural Criticism},
  author={David William Foster},
  journal={Latin American Research Review},
  pages={166 - 175}
  • D. Foster
  • Published 2005
  • Sociology
  • Latin American Research Review
One can now speak of over three decades of Chicana/o studies, in the realm of culture defined on the basis of literature, as well as culture defined on the basis of history, sociology, and anthropology (obviously, excluding the important Chicana/o studies work in the natural and health sciences). Chicana/o studies, undoubtedly, has become an academic discipline, and it would be inconceivable for a major universityor any college in an area of significant demographic concentration of Chicanas/os… Expand


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