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Index Abrahams, Roger D.: and everyday practices , 106, 107; and folklore-popular culture continuum, 134; and folklore scholarship, 75, 76, 89, 105, 199n3, 199n4; and joke studies, 200n16; and political implications of folklore, 103 Adorno, Theodor, 102 African Americans, 5, 107–108, 143–144, 163, 176, 200n16, 204n4 agribusiness, 3, 31, 95–96, 200n15 Aiken, Riley, 77 Alamo, 48, 171, 196n18 Alemán, Jesse, 187 Alonzo, Juan J., 149–151, 192, 205n9 American Folklore Society, 75, 77, 78, 82, 83–84, 86, 88, 89, 199n3 American GI Forum, 19 Anderson, John Q., 75 Anglo Americans: and corridos, 91; in George Washington Gómez, 56, 175, 180; and imperialism, 13, 51, 61, 62, 188; in Paredes’s short stories, 56, 57–63, 67, 69, 70; as settlers in Republic of Texas, 3; and Texas Centennial , 170, 172, 173 Anglo-Mexican relations: and Jovita González, 170; and joke studies, 90–95, 135–138, 140, 141–142, 145; and Paredes as public intellectual, 184; and racism, 57, 79, 96, 130, 171, 181, 182, 183; in South Texas, 3, 37, 56–57, 78–79, 82, 83, 87, 118, 130, 159, 199n32 anthropology: and Birmingham School, 122; and Chicano movement, 121; and cultural studies, 101, 102, 125– 126, 201n1; evolutionary thinking in, 112–113; as “handmaiden to colonialism ,” 121; historic-geographic method, 73, 76, 80–81, 84, 105; and Paredes’s use of participantobservation methods, 120–121; Rosaldo’s critique of, 203n16 Argentina, 54, 197n21 Aristotle, 33 Armendariz, Albert, Sr., 179 Asia: and Du Bois, 55–56; and George Washington Gómez, 37; as influence on Paredes, 55, 178, 198n24; and Paredes as public intellectual, 178– 179; Paredes’s comparison of Greater Mexico to, 42, 51, 52, 54, 55, 70, 71; and Paredes’s short stories, 56–70, 71; and transnationalism, 48–52, 56, 70. See also China; Japan Asians, relationship of Mexicans with, 6 « 224 » Américo Paredes assimilation: and George Washington Gómez, 13, 14, 17, 19, 21, 25, 26, 27–28, 29, 30, 37, 54, 68, 70, 118, 165, 175, 186; and League of United Latin American Citizens, 171, 172, 207n5; and “When It Snowed in Kitabamba ,” 63, 68, 69 Azaña Díaz, Manuel, 167 Aztlán, 128 Aztlán movement, 165 The Ballad of Gregorio Cortez (film), 149, 158 ballad studies: and Anglo-phone hegemony , 86; conceptual approaches of, 75–77, 78, 82, 84–85, 89; Paredes as ballad scholar, 6, 73, 74–75, 83–84, 85, 86, 87–89, 118, 135, 190–191; scholarly controversy on, 74–76, 199n1; and social class, 110; “With His Pistol in His Hand” as, 6, 8, 73–89, 118, 135, 146, 189 Barry, Phillips, 74, 82 Baudelaire, Charles, 64 Beals, Ralph, 86 Behar, Ruth, 125 Bell, Julian, 106–107 Bell, Michael, 107–108, 134 Bendix, Regina, 74 Benedict, Ruth, 88 Birmingham School, 7, 108–109, 114– 116, 121–122, 124, 131, 191 Blake, Debra, 203n15 Blanton, Carlos, 163 Bleys, Rudi C., 68–69 Boatright, Mody C., 75 border studies, 116, 168. See also U.S.– Mexico borderlands bracero program, 200n15 Bronner, Simon J., 88, 200n12 Brooks, Homer, 163, 164, 171, 181 Brow, James, 129 Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka (1954), 178 Broyles-González, Yolanda, 124 Bruce-Novoa, Juan, 1, 193n3 Burns, Ken, 10 Buruma, Ian, 49–50 Bustamante, Jorge, 202n9 Calderón, Hector, 51 Calhoun, John C., 9 Campa, Arthur J., 193n1 Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 162 Canales, J. T., 197n23 Cantú, Norma E., 129 Cantú, Timoteo, 157 Cárdenas, Gilberto, 129, 202n9 Caroline, Larry, 129 Carranza, Miguel, 202n9 Caryl, Christian, 49–50 Casares, Oscar, 197n23 Castañeda, Carlos, 197n23 Catholicism, 87, 130, 166–169, 171, 179 Center for Mexican American Studies (CMAS), 119, 120, 182–185 Chabram-Dernersesian, Angie, 124, 125, 127, 129, 203n15 Chang, Iris, 44–46 Chappell, Ben, 130 Chávez, Alex, 133, 204n19 Chávez, Angélico, 168–169, 207n3 Chávez, César, 20 Cheng, Anne Lenne, 5, 11, 22, 35 Chiang Kai-Shek, 40 Chicano/a studies: and cultural studies, 7, 100, 101, 103, 116, 121, 194n8; emergence of, 119; and expressive practices of everyday life, 121, 122, 124, 125, 129, 131, 132, 203n15; and film, 124, 125, 131; influence of California on, 119, 126, 127–130, 131, 134, 191, 203n15, 203–204n17; and literary index « 225 » texts, 122, 124, 125, 126, 131, 203n15, 203n16; and Marxism, 129–130; role of Paredes in, 119, 120, 121, 122, 124, 126, 127–131, 191, 203n15, 204n20; José David Saldívar on, 121–123; and vernacular...

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9780292738782
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