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Muntz Library Features Book Display for Hispanic Heritage Month 2010

Boys in fiesta costumes, Taos, New Mexico, 1940. Photo by Lee Russell for the Farm Security Administration--Office of War Information. Used under fair use provisions (government document)

The UT Tyler Robert R. Muntz Library has created a book display for Hispanic Heritage Month. The display features a selection of books and DVDs from our collections, photos and information on some famous Hispanics, and a copy of the Presidential Proclamation for the month. We would like to remind our readers and patrons that all books and DVDs in the case are available for checkout. Simply ask at the Circulation Desk, and they will be happy to open the case for you. The following books were included in this  year's display. They are listed by author's last name. We are featuring a selection of academic books and popular fiction. All books are usually located in the General Stacks (third floor). The DVDs are usually behind Circulation, and you can ask for them there.
  • Augusto Roa Bastos, Yo el supremo. PQ 8259 .R56 Y6 1987.
  • Bruce Campbell, ¡Viva la historieta! Mexican Comics, NAFTA, and the Politics of Globalization. PN 6790 .M48 C36 2009.
  • Martin Carnoy, with Amber K. Gove and Jeffery H. Marshall, Cuba's Academic Advantage: Why Students in Cuba Do Better in School. LA 487 .C36 2007.
  • John Charles Chasteen, Born in Blood and Fire: A Concise History of Latin America. F 1410 .C4397 2001.
  • Eric Ching, Christina Buckley, and Angelica Lozano-Alonso, Reforming Latin America: A Cultural Theory Reading of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. F 1408.3 .C44 2007.
  • Arlene Dávila, Latino Spin: Public Image and the Whitewashing of Race. E 184 .S75 D3553 2008.
  • Alfredo Bryce Echenique, Un mundo para Julius. PQ 8498.12 R94 M8 2001.
  • R. Evan Ellis, China in Latin America: The Whats and Wherefores. F 1416 .C6 E55 2009.
  • Alberto Fuguet, Mala onda. PQ 8098.16 .U 48 M3 2003.
  • Grace Livingstone, America's Backyard: The United States & Latin America from the Monroe Doctrine to the War on Terror. F 1418 .L58 2009.
  • Deirdre Martínez, Who Speaks for Hispanics? Hispanic Interest Groups in Washington. E 184 .S75 M382 2009.
  • Martha Menchaca, Recovering History, Constructing Race: The Indian, Black, and White Roots of Mexican Americans. E184 .M5 M46 2001.
  • Miriam Muléy, The 85% Niche: The Power of Women of all Colors--Latina, Black, and Asian. HF 5415.332 .W66 M85 2009.
  • Eileen O'Brien, The Radical Middle: Latinos and Asian Americans Living Beyond the Racial Divide. E 184 .S75 O275 2008.
  • Pedro Pedraza and Melissa Rivera, eds., Latino Education: An Agenda for Community Action Research. LC 2669 .L36 2005.
  • Thomas E. Skidomore and Peter H. Smith, Modern Latin America. F 1413 .S55 2005.
  • Julia E. Sweig, Cuba: What Everyone Needs to Know. F 1788 .S955 2009.
  • Francisco Vallejo, La virgen de los sicarios. PQ 8180.32 .A4277 V57 1998.
Published by root on 24 Sep

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