These digital essays answer the question, how have historians understood various topics related to Latino/a mobility in 20th century U.S. history? A literature review is an important part of scholarly writing that examines a subject in depth. Alongside traditional forms of scholarship, digitally authored scholarship offers new ways to engage with primary materials and to contribute to historical knowledge. More than a book report, these essays describe individual author’s sites, evaluate his/her argument, determine commonalities and differences between multiple authors, and identify openings for future research.
- Dissonant Narratives of Womanhood: Pachucas and Chicana Feminist History by Ivonne Gonzalez
- Living with Difference: Asian/Latino cultural intersections by Christofer Rodelo
- Chicana/o Art Activism through Los Angeles Murals by Fonzy Toro
- Life at the Border: The Complex Communities of Yesterday and Today by Kate Berry
- Bodies and Mobility: Migrant Women In Agriculture by Karen Lazcano
- Mapping California's Cities in Space and Time by Joshua Mandell
- Arte de La Raza: Latino Art and Politics by Javier Cienfuegos
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