En Aquel Entonces

En Aquel Entonces

Readings in Mexican-American History
Edited by Manuel G. Gonzales and Cynthia M. Gonzales
Distribution: World
Publication date: 9/1/2000
Format: paper 312 pages, 1 bibliog., 1 index
6.125 x 9.25
ISBN: 978-0-253-21399-0
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En Aquel Entonces [In Those Days]
Readings in Mexican-American History
Edited by Manuel G. Gonzales and Cynthia M. Gonzales

An interdisciplinary anthology covering diverse aspects of the Mexican-American experience in the United States.

The advent of Chicano Studies in the 1960s spawned a tremendous interest in the history of Mexicans in the United States. Committed to a multidisciplinary approach from the very outset, Chicano and Chicana scholars used a variety of perspectives to explain the Mexican-American
past, but much of this work has not been readily available to students. En Aquel Entonces is intended as a partial solution to the problem, an anthology that brings together 31 of the most innovative journal articles published during the past four decades. These articles, representing several disciplines, provide students of history with a panoramic portrait of Mexicanos in the United States while at the same time introducing them to Chicana/o historiography. Each of the essays has been carefully edited in consultation with its author to present a text that is more accessible to students and general readers

Manuel G. Gonzales is Professor of History at Diablo Valley College and author of Andrea Costa and the Rise of Socialism in the Romagna, The Hispanic Elite of the Southwest, and Mexicanos: A History of Mexicans in the United States (Indiana University Press).

Cynthia M. Gonzales is an Education Specialist at Ygnacio Learning Center in Walnut Creek, California and was Director of Education at Walnut Creek Hospital from 1985–1998.

Author Bio

Manuel G. Gonzales is professor of History at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, California. A specialist in both Modern Europe and the American Southwest, he has been teaching the history of Mexicans in the United States since 1971. Dr. Gonzales received a PhD in Modern Italian History from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1972. He was a visiting professor of Chicano history in the Ethnic Studies department at UC Berkeley in 1993. He has published three books: Andrea Costa and the Rise of Socialism in the Romagna (1980), The Hispanic Elite of the Southwest (1989), and Mexicanos: A History of Mexicans in the United States (1999).

Cynthia M. Gonzales is an Education Specialist at Ygnacio Learning Center in Walnut Creek, California. A credentialed instructor, she has been teaching K-12 students since 1969. Ms. Gonzales received a BA in History from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1966 and a MA in Educational Administration from St. Mary's College of California in Moraga in 1996. She was Director of Education at Walnut Creek Hospital from 1985-1998.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
I. Genesis of a People: Before 1848
1. Antonia I. Castañeda, Presidarias y Pobladoras: The Journey North and Life in Frontier California.
2. Ramón A. Gutiérrez, Honor Ideology, Marriage Negotiation, and Class-Gender Domination in New Mexico, 1690-1846.
3. David A. Sandoval, Gnats, Goods, and Greasers: Mexican Merchants on the Santa Fe Trail.
4. Federico A. Sánchez, Rancho Life in Alta California.
5. Jesús F. de la Teja, Discovering the Tejano Community in "Early" Texas.
6. Raymund A. Paredes, The Origins of Anti-Mexican Sentiment in the United States.

II. Gringos versus Greasers: 1848-1900
7. Arnoldo De León, In Re Ricardo Rodriguez: An Attempt at Chicano Disfranchisement in San Antonio, 1896-1897.
8. Armando C. Alonzo, Mexican-American Land Grant Adjudication.
9. Antonio Ríos-Bustamante, The Barrioization of Nineteenth-Century Mexican Californians: From Landowners to Laborers.
10. Richard Griswold del Castillo, Tucsonenses and Angelenos: A Socio-Economic Study of Two Mexican-American Barrios, 1860-1880.
11. Alberto L. Pulido, Mexican American Catholicism in the Southwest: The Transformation of a Popular Religion.
12. Manuel G. Gonzales, Carlos I. Velasco and the Defense of Mexican Rights in Territorial Arizona.

III. The Great Migration: 1900-1940
13. Louise Año Nuevo Kerr, Chicanos in Chicago: A Brief History.
14. Dennis Nodín Valdés, Settlers, Sojourners, and Proletarians: Social Formation in the Great Plains Sugar Beets Industry, 1890-1940.
15. Ricardo Romo, The Urbanization of Southwestern Chicanos in the Early 20th Century.
16. Cynthia E. Orozco, Regionalism, Politics, and Gender in Southwest History: The League of United Latin American Citizens' Expansion into New Mexico from Texas, 1929-1945.
17. Ramón D. Chacón, Labor Threat and Industrialized Agriculture in California: The Case of the 1933 San Joaquin Valley Cotton Strike.
18. Gilbert G. González, Women, Work, and Community in the Mexican Colonias of the Southern California Citrus Belt.
19. Irene Ledesma, Texas Newspapers and Chicana Workers' Activism, 1919-1974.

IV. The Rise of the Middle Class: 1940-1965
20. Erasmo Gamboa, Braceros in the Pacific Northwest: Laborers on the Domestic Front, 1942-1947.
21. Christine Marín, Mexican Americans on the Home Front: Community Organizations in Arizona during World War II.
22. Vicki L. Ruiz, A Promise Fulfilled: Mexican Cannery Workers in Southern California.
23. Mario T. García, Americans All: The Mexican-American Generation and the Politics of Wartime Los Angeles, 1941-1945.
24. Manuel Peña, From Ranchero to Jaitón: Ethnicity and Class in Texas-Mexican Music (Two Styles in the Form of a Pair).
25. Guadalupe San Miguel, Jr., The Struggle against Separate and Unequal Schools: Middle Class Mexican Americans and the Desegregation Campaign in Texas, 1929-1957.

V. Chicanismo and Its Aftermath: 1965-2000
26. Richard A. García, Dolores Huerta: Woman, Organizer, Symbol.
27. Carlos Muñoz, Jr., and Mario Barrera, La Raza Unida Party and the Chicano Student Movement in California.
28. Maurilio Vigil, The Ethnic Organization as an Instrument of Political and Social Change: MALDEF, A Case Study.
29. Alma M. García, The Development of Chicana Feminist Discourse, 1970-1980.
30. Mary Pardo, Mexican American Women Grassroots Community Activists: "Mothers of East Los Angeles."
31. Leo R. Chávez, Settlers and Sojourners: The Case of Mexicans in the United States.
Bibliographic Essay