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I Am Aztlán: The Personal Essay In Chicano Studies Paperback – Illustrated, February 14, 2011

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"Brings together Chicano/a, as well as Puerto Rican and Cuban American, writers and artists who demonstrate a common interest in exploring the intersections of personal and social history. . . . It is in many ways an ideal pedagogical tool to introduce students to the complicated nature of 'Chicano/a identity.'."―Biography

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"Combining scholarship, testimonio, and chisme, the essays throw open a panoramic view onto mystic and fascinating landscapes of memory and imagination that will help readers envision the collective Latino self."―John Phillip Santos, author of Places Left Unfinished at the Time of Creation

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