Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long Series in Latin American and Latino Art and Culture

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  1. Visualizing Guadalupe
    The Virgin of Guadalupe is famously migratory, traversing continents and crossing and recrossing oceans. Guadalupe’s earliest cult originated in medieval Iberia, where Our Lady of Guadalupe from Extremadura, Spain, played... Learn More
    Published: 1st February 2014
    Hardback | £52.00
  2. Cosmopolitanism in Mexican Visual Culture
    Since the colonial era, Mexican art has emerged from an ongoing process of negotiation between the local and the global, which frequently involves invention, synthesis, and transformation of diverse discursive and artistic traditions.... Learn More
    Published: 6th January 2014
    Hardback | £52.00
  3. Lexikon of the Hispanic Baroque
    Over the course of some two centuries following the conquests and consolidations of Spanish rule in the Americas during the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries—the period designated as the Baroque—new cultural forms... Learn More
    Published: 6th January 2014
    Hardback | £65.00
  4. Tomorrow We're All Going to the Harvest
    From its inception in 1966, the Canadian Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program (SAWP) has grown to employ approximately 20,000 workers annually, the majority from Mexico. The program has been hailed as a model that alleviates human... Learn More
    Published: 1st December 2013
    Paperback | £24.99
  5. Americans All
    Cultural diplomacy—"winning hearts and minds" through positive portrayals of the American way of life—is a key element in U.S. foreign policy, although it often takes a backseat to displays of military might. Americans All... Learn More
    Published: 1st December 2013
    Paperback | £20.99
  6. Independence in Latin America
    In the course of fifteen momentous years, the Spanish- and the Portuguese-American empires that had endured for three centuries came to an end in the mid-1820s. How did this come about? Not all Latin Americans desired such a change,... Learn More
    Published: 1st May 2013
    Hardback | £47.00
    Paperback | £20.99
  7. Uncivil Wars
    Runner-up, PROSE Award, Media and Cultural Studies, 2013The first English-language book to place the works of Elena Garro (1916–1998) and Octavio Paz (1914–1998) in dialogue with each other, Uncivil Wars evokes the lives of... Learn More
    Published: 1st April 2013
    Paperback | £20.99
  8. Art, Nature, and Religion in the Central Andes
    From prehistory to the present, the Indigenous peoples of the Andes have used a visual symbol system—that is, art—to express their sense of the sacred and its immanence in the natural world. Many visual motifs that originated... Learn More
    Published: 1st April 2013
    Paperback | £28.99
  9. Urban Chroniclers in Modern Latin America
    An unstructured genre that blends high aesthetic standards with nonfiction commentary, the journalistic crónica, or chronicle, has played a vital role in Latin American urban life since the nineteenth century. Drawing on extensive... Learn More
    Published: 1st December 2012
    Paperback | £20.99
  10. Tell Me the Story of How I Conquered You
    Folio 46r from Codex Telleriano-Remensis was created in the sixteenth century under the supervision of Spanish missionaries in central Mexico. As an artifact of seismic cultural and political shifts, the manuscript painting is... Learn More
    Published: 1st December 2012
    Paperback | £22.99
  11. Vintage Moquegua
    The microhistory of the wine industry in colonial Moquegua, Peru, during the colonial period stretches from the sixteenth through nineteenth centuries, yielding a wealth of information about a broad range of fields, including... Learn More
    Published: 1st December 2012
    Paperback | £28.99
  12. The Plain in Flames
    Juan Rulfo is one of the most important writers of twentieth-century Mexico, though he wrote only two books—the novel Pedro Páramo (1955) and the short story collection El llano en llamas (1953). First translated into English... Learn More
    Published: 1st September 2012
    Paperback | £16.99
  13. Imagining Identity in New Spain
    Winner, Book Award, Association of Latin American Art, 2004Reacting to the rising numbers of mixed-blood (Spanish-Indian-Black African) people in its New Spain colony, the eighteenth-century Bourbon government of Spain attempted... Learn More
    Published: 1st August 2012
    Paperback | £20.99
  14. Conversations Across Our America
    In the summer of 2007, Louis G. Mendoza set off on a bicycle trip across the United States with the intention of conducting a series of interviews along the way. Wanting to move beyond the media’s limited portrayal of immigration... Learn More
    Published: 1st June 2012
    Paperback | £20.99
  15. Hispanic Immigrant Literature
    Immigration has been one of the basic realities of life for Latino communities in the United States since the nineteenth century. It is one of the most important themes in Hispanic literature, and it has given rise to a specific... Learn More
    Published: 15th May 2012
    Paperback | £20.99
  16. The Misfortunes of Alonso Ramírez
    In 1690, a dramatic account of piracy was published in Mexico City. The Misfortunes of Alonso Ramírez described the incredible adventures of a poor Spanish American carpenter who was taken captive by British pirates near the... Learn More
    Published: 15th May 2012
    Paperback | £20.99
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