Curriculum Resources in Chicano Studies: Undergraduate and Graduate, Volume 15, Issues 1-3
Gary D. Keller, Rafael J. Magallán, Alma M. García
Bilingual Review/Press, 1989 - Social Science - 346 pages
This volume contains, at the under-graduate level, twenty course syllabi in the critical disciplines that impact the multidisciplinary field of Chicano studies. At the graduate level, a review of the production of Chicano-focused doctoral dissertations in the arts, the humanities, and the social sciences is provided.
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