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Originally published in 1979, "Chicanos in a Changing Society" was among the first studies to focus on the history of Mexican Americans, specifically the development of Mexican-American society from the Mexican War to the Great Depression. Camarillo's book underscored the diversity of the Chicano experience and its relationship to the wider society. Nearly two decades later, Chicano history has burgeoned into a dynamic field of American history with a diverse literature.
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Albert M. Camarillo is a professor of history at Stanford University. He received his doctorate in 1975 from UCLA where his dissertation was nominated that year as one of the best Ph.D. theses in the nation in American history.About the Author:
Albert Camarillo is a professor of history at Stanford University. His most recent book, Not White, Not Black: Mexicans and Racial/Ethnic Borderlands in American Cities, is forthcoming from Oxford University Press.
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Book Description Southern Methodist University, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110870744976