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Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies

Vol. 1 (1997) through current issue

Since 1997, the Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies has been publishing insightful essays on the relationships between economics and politics as they come to bear on the cultures of Spain, Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Chicano and Latino United States. Past special issues have included titles such as Market Matters: Literary Culture and the Publishing Industry in Spain and Latin America; The Hispanic Atlantic; Equatorial Guinea and Spanish Letters; Barcelona and the Projection of Catalonia; On the Border.
http://azjhcs.coh.arizona.edu/index.html

Published by: University of Arizona

Current Issue: Volume 17, 2013

Volume 17, 2013

Volume 16, 2012

Volume 15, 2011

Volume 14, 2010

Volume 13, 2009

Volume 12, 2008

Volume 11, 2007

Volume 10, 2006

Volume 9, 2005

Volume 8, 2004

Volume 7, 2003

Volume 6, 2002

Volume 5, 2001

Volume 4, 2000

Volume 3, 1999

Volume 2, 1998

Volume 1, 1997


E-ISSN: 1934-9009
Print ISSN: 1096-2492

Submission Guidelines

The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies accepts manuscripts of 15-30 double-spaced pages including references and notes. We publish previously unpublished, rigorously-argued essays, interviews and works of pedagogical interest which contribute to expanding the critical literature in the field of Hispanic Cultural Studies through interrogations of theoretical horizons and applications of theoretical constructs to particular areas of enquiry. We accept essays in Spanish, Portuguese and English. All essays are reviewed by members of the editorial board and other outside readers. Each year submissions are accepted until January 31. By May 1 a decision about the content of each volume will be made. The journal does not maintain a backlog. Essays should be prepared in accordance with the Third Edition of the MLA Style Manual and authors are responsible for providing any tables, drawings, or illustrations and securing applicable permissions. More information is available at our website: azjhcs.coh.arizona.edu.

Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Modern Languages 545
P.O. Box 210067
The University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721-0067
Phone (520) 621-3730
Fax (520) 621-6104
E-mail ajhcs@u.arizona.edu
azjhcs.coh.arizona.edu

Call for Papers

Volume 16, 2012

Call for Submissions
Volume 14, Fall 2010

The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies responds to the need to provide a venue for truly insightful interdisciplinary work. While our version of Cultural Studies is deeply rooted in a conceptualization of culture that attempts to return the text to its rightful place as part of the rich mixture of material reality that forms our everyday existence, our pages are open to those who work with many definitions of Cultural Studies. We hope that a variety of perspectives will open a dialogue that will enable us to examine what we do as scholars, what happens in the Hispanic world and what we do in the classroom. In this way we hope our journal will find a way to transcend the limits of academic scholarship and transform our academic endeavors. The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies appears in the Fall of each year. All essays are reviewed by members of the editorial board and other outside readers. Each year submissions are accepted between January 1 and January 31. By May 30 a final decision about the content of each volume will be made. The journal does not maintain a backlog.

The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies accepts manuscripts of 15-30 double-spaced pages including references and notes. Authors should submit an electronic version of the document via e-mail attachment. Essays should be prepared in accordance with the third edition of the MLA Style Manual. The journal accepts essays in Spanish, Portuguese and English. Authors are responsible for providing any tables, drawings, or illustrations (black and white only). Authors are responsable for securing permissions and providing camera ready copy of original visual materials they wish to include in their articles.

Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Modern Languages 545
The University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721-0067
Phone (520) 621-3730
Fax (520) 621-6104
e-mail: ajhcs@email.arizona.edu

Volume 15, 2011

Call for Submissions
Volume 14, Fall 2010

The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies responds to the need to provide a venue for truly insightful interdisciplinary work. While our version of Cultural Studies is deeply rooted in a conceptualization of culture that attempts to return the text to its rightful place as part of the rich mixture of material reality that forms our everyday existence, our pages are open to those who work with many definitions of Cultural Studies. We hope that a variety of perspectives will open a dialogue that will enable us to examine what we do as scholars, what happens in the Hispanic world and what we do in the classroom. In this way we hope our journal will find a way to transcend the limits of academic scholarship and transform our academic endeavors. The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies appears in the Fall of each year. All essays are reviewed by members of the editorial board and other outside readers. Each year submissions are accepted between January 1 and January 31. By May 30 a final decision about the content of each volume will be made. The journal does not maintain a backlog.

The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies accepts manuscripts of 15-30 double-spaced pages including references and notes. Authors should submit an electronic version of the document via e-mail attachment. Essays should be prepared in accordance with the third edition of the MLA Style Manual. The journal accepts essays in Spanish, Portuguese and English. Authors are responsible for providing any tables, drawings, or illustrations (black and white only). Authors are responsable for securing permissions and providing camera ready copy of original visual materials they wish to include in their articles.

Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Modern Languages 545
The University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721-0067
Phone (520) 621-3730
Fax (520) 621-6104
e-mail: ajhcs@email.arizona.edu

Volume 14, 2010

Call for Submissions
Volume 14, Fall 2010

The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies responds to the need to provide a venue for truly insightful interdisciplinary work. While our version of Cultural Studies is deeply rooted in a conceptualization of culture that attempts to return the text to its rightful place as part of the rich mixture of material reality that forms our everyday existence, our pages are open to those who work with many definitions of Cultural Studies. We hope that a variety of perspectives will open a dialogue that will enable us to examine what we do as scholars, what happens in the Hispanic world and what we do in the classroom. In this way we hope our journal will find a way to transcend the limits of academic scholarship and transform our academic endeavors. The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies appears in the Fall of each year. All essays are reviewed by members of the editorial board and other outside readers. Each year submissions are accepted between January 1 and January 31. By May 30 a final decision about the content of each volume will be made. The journal does not maintain a backlog.

The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies accepts manuscripts of 15-30 double-spaced pages including references and notes. Authors should submit an electronic version of the document via e-mail attachment. Essays should be prepared in accordance with the third edition of the MLA Style Manual. The journal accepts essays in Spanish, Portuguese and English. Authors are responsible for providing any tables, drawings, or illustrations (black and white only). Authors are responsable for securing permissions and providing camera ready copy of original visual materials they wish to include in their articles.

Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Modern Languages 545
The University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721-0067
Phone (520) 621-3730
Fax (520) 621-6104
e-mail: ajhcs@email.arizona.edu

Volume 13, 2009

Call for Submissions
Volume 14, Fall 2010

The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies responds to the need to provide a venue for truly insightful interdisciplinary work. While our version of Cultural Studies is deeply rooted in a conceptualization of culture that attempts to return the text to its rightful place as part of the rich mixture of material reality that forms our everyday existence, our pages are open to those who work with many definitions of Cultural Studies. We hope that a variety of perspectives will open a dialogue that will enable us to examine what we do as scholars, what happens in the Hispanic world and what we do in the classroom. In this way we hope our journal will find a way to transcend the limits of academic scholarship and transform our academic endeavors. The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies appears in the Fall of each year. All essays are reviewed by members of the editorial board and other outside readers. Each year submissions are accepted between January 1 and January 31. By May 30 a final decision about the content of each volume will be made. The journal does not maintain a backlog.

The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies accepts manuscripts of 15-30 double-spaced pages including references and notes. Authors should submit an electronic version of the document via e-mail attachment. Essays should be prepared in accordance with the third edition of the MLA Style Manual. The journal accepts essays in Spanish, Portuguese and English. Authors are responsible for providing any tables, drawings, or illustrations (black and white only). Authors are responsable for securing permissions and providing camera ready copy of original visual materials they wish to include in their articles.

Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Modern Languages 545
The University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721-0067
Phone (520) 621-3730
Fax (520) 621-6104
e-mail: ajhcs@email.arizona.edu

Volume 12, 2008

Call for Submissions
Volume 14, Fall 2010

The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies responds to the need to provide a venue for truly insightful interdisciplinary work. While our version of Cultural Studies is deeply rooted in a conceptualization of culture that attempts to return the text to its rightful place as part of the rich mixture of material reality that forms our everyday existence, our pages are open to those who work with many definitions of Cultural Studies. We hope that a variety of perspectives will open a dialogue that will enable us to examine what we do as scholars, what happens in the Hispanic world and what we do in the classroom. In this way we hope our journal will find a way to transcend the limits of academic scholarship and transform our academic endeavors. The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies appears in the Fall of each year. All essays are reviewed by members of the editorial board and other outside readers. Each year submissions are accepted between January 1 and January 31. By May 30 a final decision about the content of each volume will be made. The journal does not maintain a backlog.

The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies accepts manuscripts of 15-30 double-spaced pages including references and notes. Authors should submit an electronic version of the document via e-mail attachment. Essays should be prepared in accordance with the third edition of the MLA Style Manual. The journal accepts essays in Spanish, Portuguese and English. Authors are responsible for providing any tables, drawings, or illustrations (black and white only). Authors are responsable for securing permissions and providing camera ready copy of original visual materials they wish to include in their articles.

Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Modern Languages 545
The University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721-0067
Phone (520) 621-3730
Fax (520) 621-6104
e-mail: ajhcs@email.arizona.edu

Volume 2, 1998

Call for Submissions
Volume 14, Fall 2010

The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies responds to the need to provide a venue for truly insightful interdisciplinary work. While our version of Cultural Studies is deeply rooted in a conceptualization of culture that attempts to return the text to its rightful place as part of the rich mixture of material reality that forms our everyday existence, our pages are open to those who work with many definitions of Cultural Studies. We hope that a variety of perspectives will open a dialogue that will enable us to examine what we do as scholars, what happens in the Hispanic world and what we do in the classroom. In this way we hope our journal will find a way to transcend the limits of academic scholarship and transform our academic endeavors. The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies appears in the Fall of each year. All essays are reviewed by members of the editorial board and other outside readers. Each year submissions are accepted between January 1 and January 31. By May 30 a final decision about the content of each volume will be made. The journal does not maintain a backlog.

The Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies accepts manuscripts of 15-30 double-spaced pages including references and notes. Authors should submit an electronic version of the document via e-mail attachment. Essays should be prepared in accordance with the third edition of the MLA Style Manual. The journal accepts essays in Spanish, Portuguese and English. Authors are responsible for providing any tables, drawings, or illustrations (black and white only). Authors are responsable for securing permissions and providing camera ready copy of original visual materials they wish to include in their articles.

Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Modern Languages 545
The University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721-0067
Phone (520) 621-3730
Fax (520) 621-6104
e-mail: ajhcs@email.arizona.edu

Editorial Board

Volume 18, 2014

Executive Editor

Malcolm Alan Compitello, The University of Arizona

Book Review Editor

Nuria Morgado, CUNY-Staten Island

Managing Editor

Benjamin Fraser, College of Charleston

Assistant Editor

Daniel Calleros Villarreal, The University of Arizona

Arts Editor

Eva Karene Romero, The University of Arizona

Assistant Editors for Production

Agustín Cuadrado, Texas State University-San Marcos
Shalisa M. Collins, St. Norbert College
Kalen R. Oswald, Albion College
Pedro José Vizoso, Hastings College

Editorial Board

Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé, Fordham University
Bradley S. Epps, Harvard University
William Nichols, Georgia State University
Jaume Martí-Olivella, University of New Hampshire
Christine Henseler, Union College
Edward Friedman, Vanderbilt University
George Mariscal, University of California San Diego
Walter Mignolo, Duke University
David K. Herzberger, University of California-Riverside
Ronald W. Sousa, University of North Carolina-Asheville
Lauro Zavala, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Xochimilco
Dianna Niebylski, University of Illinois at Chicago
Jessica Folkart, Virginia Tech
Michael Ugarte, University of Missouri-Columbia
Gema Pérez-Sánchez, University of Miami
J. Andrew Brown, Washington University in St. Louis

Editorial Assistants

Gastón A. Celaya Bustamante
Damián Romero
Abigaíl Martínez-Sotelo
Jamie Wilson

Volume 17, 2013

Executive Editor

Malcolm Alan Compitello, The University of Arizona

Book Review Editor

Nuria Morgado, CUNY-Staten Island

Managing Editor

Benjamin Fraser, College of Charleston

Assistant Editor

Daniel Calleros Villarreal, The University of Arizona

Arts Editor

Eva Karene Romero, The University of Arizona

Assistant Editors for Production

Agustín Cuadrado, Texas State University-San Marcos
Shalisa M. Collins, St. Norbert College
Kalen R. Oswald, Albion College
Pedro José Vizoso, Hastings College

Editorial Board

Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé, Fordham University
Bradley S. Epps, Harvard University
William Nichols, Georgia State University
Jaume Martí-Olivella, University of New Hampshire
Christine Henseler, Union College
Edward Friedman, Vanderbilt University
George Mariscal, University of California San Diego
Walter Mignolo, Duke University
David K. Herzberger, University of California-Riverside
Ronald W. Sousa, University of North Carolina-Asheville
Lauro Zavala, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Xochimilco
Dianna Niebylski, University of Illinois at Chicago
Jessica Folkart, Virginia Tech
Michael Ugarte, University of Missouri-Columbia
Gema Pérez-Sánchez, University of Miami
J. Andrew Brown, Washington University in St. Louis

Editorial Assistants

Gastón A. Celaya Bustamante
Damián Romero
Abigaíl Martínez-Sotelo
Jamie Wilson

Volume 16, 2012

Executive Editor

Malcolm Alan Compitello, The University of Arizona

Managing Editor

Benjamin Fraser, College of Charleston

Assistant Editor

Eva Karene Romero, The University of Arizona

Book Review Editor

Nuria Morgado, CUNY-Staten Island

Assistant Editors for Production

Shalisa M. Collins, St. Norbert College
Kalen R. Oswald, Albion College
Agustín Cuadrado, Texas State University-San Marcos
Pedro José Vizoso, Hastings College

Editorial Board

Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé, Fordham University
Bradley S. Epps, Harvard University
James Fernández, New York University
Christine Henseler, Union College
Edward Friedman, Indiana University
Walter Mignolo, Duke Univeristy
David K. Herzberger, University of Connecticut
Susan Martin-Márquez, Rutgers University
Dianna Niebylski, University of Illinois at Chicago
Michael Ugarte, University of Missouri - Columbia
Jaume Martí-Olivella, University of New Hampshire
George Mariscal, University of California San Diego
Ronald W. Sousa, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Lauro Zavala, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Xochimilco

Editorial Assistants

Lucy Blaney-Laible
Judith G. Caballero
Tasha M. Campbell
Joseph V. Casillas
Claudia Cruz Armenta
Susan M. Divine
Crescencio López González
Juliana Luna Freire
Miriam Rocío Montoya
José Ninawanka
Rubén D. Parra
Carlos Preciado
Yosálida C. Rivero-Zaritzky
Laura Vázquez Blázquez

Volume 15, 2011

Executive Editor

Malcolm Alan Compitello, The University of Arizona

Managing Editor

Benjamin Fraser, College of Charleston

Assistant Editor

Eva Karene Romero, The University of Arizona

Book Review Editor

Nuria Morgado, CUNY-Staten Island

Assistant Editors for Production

Shalisa M. Collins, St. Norbert College
Kalen R. Oswald, Albion College
Agustín Cuadrado, Texas State University-San Marcos
Pedro José Vizoso, Hastings College

Editorial Board

Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé, Fordham University
Bradley S. Epps, Harvard University
James Fernández, New York University
Christine Henseler, Union College
Edward Friedman, Indiana University
Walter Mignolo, Duke Univeristy
David K. Herzberger, University of Connecticut
Susan Martin-Márquez, Rutgers University
Dianna Niebylski, University of Illinois at Chicago
Michael Ugarte, University of Missouri - Columbia
Jaume Martí-Olivella, University of New Hampshire
George Mariscal, University of California San Diego
Ronald W. Sousa, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Lauro Zavala, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Xochimilco

Editorial Assistants

Lucy Blaney-Laible
Judith G. Caballero
Tasha M. Campbell
Joseph V. Casillas
Claudia Cruz Armenta
Susan M. Divine
Crescencio López González
Juliana Luna Freire
Miriam Rocío Montoya
José Ninawanka
Rubén D. Parra
Carlos Preciado
Yosálida C. Rivero-Zaritzky
Laura Vázquez Blázquez

Volume 14, 2010

Executive Editor

Malcolm Alan Compitello, The University of Arizona

Managing Editor

Benjamin Fraser, College of Charleston

Assistant Editor

Eva Karene Romero, The University of Arizona

Book Review Editor

Nuria Morgado, CUNY-Staten Island

Assistant Editors for Production

Shalisa M. Collins, St. Norbert College
Kalen R. Oswald, Albion College
Agustín Cuadrado, Texas State University-San Marcos
Pedro José Vizoso, Hastings College

Editorial Board

Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé, Fordham University
Bradley S. Epps, Harvard University
James Fernández, New York University
Christine Henseler, Union College
Edward Friedman, Indiana University
Walter Mignolo, Duke Univeristy
David K. Herzberger, University of Connecticut
Susan Martin-Márquez, Rutgers University
Dianna Niebylski, University of Illinois at Chicago
Michael Ugarte, University of Missouri - Columbia
Jaume Martí-Olivella, University of New Hampshire
George Mariscal, University of California San Diego
Ronald W. Sousa, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Lauro Zavala, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Xochimilco

Editorial Assistants

Lucy Blaney-Laible
Judith G. Caballero
Tasha M. Campbell
Joseph V. Casillas
Claudia Cruz Armenta
Susan M. Divine
Crescencio López González
Juliana Luna Freire
Miriam Rocío Montoya
José Ninawanka
Rubén D. Parra
Carlos Preciado
Yosálida C. Rivero-Zaritzky
Laura Vázquez Blázquez

Volume 13, 2009

Executive Editor

Malcolm Alan Compitello, The University of Arizona

Assistant Editor

Pedro José Vizoso, The Univestity of Arizona

Book Review Editor

Nuria Morgado, CUNY-Staten Island

Assistant Editors for Production

Shalisa M. Collins, St. Norbert College
Kalen R. Oswald, Albion College
Agustín Cuadrado, Texas State University-San Marcos

Editorial Board

Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé, Fordham University
Bradley S. Epps, Harvard University
James Fernández, New York University
Christine Henseler, Union College
Edward Friedman, Indiana University
Walter Mignolo, Duke Univeristy
David K. Herzberger, University of Connecticut
Susan Martin-Márquez, Rutgers University
Dianna Niebylski, University of Illinois at Chicago
Michael Ugarte, University of Missouri - Columbia
Jaume Martí-Olivella, University of New Hampshire
George Mariscal, University of California San Diego
Ronald W. Sousa, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Lauro Zavala, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Xochimilco

Editorial Assistants

Adriana Betancur
William Costley
Claudia Francom
Juliana Luna Freire
Ricardo Andrés Guzmán
Artemiza Hernández
Yesenia Hernández
Abigail Martínez-Sotelo
Guillermo Martínez-Sotelo
Miriam Rocío Montoya
Andrew Rajca
Eva Romero
Olimpia Rosenthal
Claudia Salgado de la Rosa
Matthew Smith
Jamie A. Wilson

Volume 12, 2008

Executive Editor

Malcolm Alan Compitello, The University of Arizona

Assistant Editor

Pedro José Vizoso, The Univestity of Arizona

Book Review Editor

Nuria Morgado, CUNY-Staten Island

Assistant Editors for Production

Shalisa M. Collins, St. Norbert College
Kalen R. Oswald, Albion College
Agustín Cuadrado, Texas State University-San Marcos

Editorial Board

Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé, Fordham University
Bradley S. Epps, Harvard University
James Fernández, New York University
Christine Henseler, Union College
Edward Friedman, Indiana University
Walter Mignolo, Duke Univeristy
David K. Herzberger, University of Connecticut
Susan Martin-Márquez, Rutgers University
Dianna Niebylski, University of Illinois at Chicago
Michael Ugarte, University of Missouri - Columbia
Jaume Martí-Olivella, University of New Hampshire
George Mariscal, University of California San Diego
Ronald W. Sousa, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Lauro Zavala, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Xochimilco

Editorial Assistants

Adriana Betancur
William Costley
Claudia Francom
Juliana Luna Freire
Ricardo Andrés Guzmán
Artemiza Hernández
Yesenia Hernández
Abigail Martínez-Sotelo
Guillermo Martínez-Sotelo
Miriam Rocío Montoya
Andrew Rajca
Eva Romero
Olimpia Rosenthal
Claudia Salgado de la Rosa
Matthew Smith
Jamie A. Wilson

Volume 11, 2007

Executive Editor

Malcolm Alan Compitello, The University of Arizona

Associate Editor

Amy R. Williamsen, The University of Arizona

Managing Editor

Susan Larson, University of Kentucky

Book Review Editor

Nuria Morgado, CUNY-Staten Island

Assistant Editor

Agustín Cuadrado, The Univestity of Arizona

Assistant Editors for Production

Shalisa M. Collins, St. Norbert College
Kalen R. Oswald, Albion College

Editorial Board

Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé, Fordham University
Bradley S. Epps, Harvard University
James Fernández, New York University
Edward Friedman, Indiana University
Christine Henseler, Union College
David K. Herzberger, University of Connecticut
George Mariscal, University of California, San Diego
Jaume Marti-Olivella, University of New Hampshire
Susan Martin-Márquez, Rutgers University
Walter Mignolo, Duke University
Dianna Niebylski, University of Illinois at Chicago
Ronald W. Sousa, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Michael Ugarte, University of Missouri - Columbia
Lauro Zavala, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Xochimilco

Editorial Assistants

Zuleima González
Elise DuBord
William Costley
Josué Gutiérrez González
Juliana Luna Freire
Sohyun Lee
Adriana Betancur
Antonio Aiello
Carlos Preciado
Claudia Salgado de la Rosa
Andrew Rajca
Carlos Velásquez
Rocio Delgado
Yosálida Rivero
Miriam Rocio Montoya
Teresa Lorenz
Abigail Martínez-Sotelo
Judith Caballero
Araceli Masterson
Alberto Chamorro
Susan Divine
Kelly A. Lowther
Matthew Smith
Errol L. King
Eva Romero

Volume 10, 2006

Executive Editor

Malcolm Alan Compitello, The University of Arizona

Associate Editor

Amy R. Williamsen, The University of Arizona

Managing Editor

Susan Larson, University of Kentucky

Book Review Editor

Nuria Morgado, CUNY-Staten Island

Assistant Editor

Agustín Cuadrado, The Univestity of Arizona

Assistant Editors for Production

Shalisa M. Collins, St. Norbert College
Kalen R. Oswald, Albion College

Editorial Board

Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé, Fordham University
Bradley S. Epps, Harvard University
James Fernández, New York University
Edward Friedman, Indiana University
Christine Henseler, Union College
David K. Herzberger, University of Connecticut
George Mariscal, University of California, San Diego
Jaume Marti-Olivella, University of New Hampshire
Susan Martin-Márquez, Rutgers University
Walter Mignolo, Duke University
Dianna Niebylski, University of Illinois at Chicago
Ronald W. Sousa, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Michael Ugarte, University of Missouri - Columbia
Lauro Zavala, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Xochimilco

Editorial Assistants

Zuleima González
Elise DuBord
William Costley
Josué Gutiérrez González
Juliana Luna Freire
Sohyun Lee
Adriana Betancur
Antonio Aiello
Carlos Preciado
Claudia Salgado de la Rosa
Andrew Rajca
Carlos Velásquez
Rocio Delgado
Yosálida Rivero
Miriam Rocio Montoya
Teresa Lorenz
Abigail Martínez-Sotelo
Judith Caballero
Araceli Masterson
Alberto Chamorro
Susan Divine
Kelly A. Lowther
Matthew Smith
Errol L. King
Eva Romero

Volume 2, 1998

Executive Editor

Malcolm Alan Compitello, The University of Arizona

Assistant Editor

Pedro José Vizoso, The Univestity of Arizona

Book Review Editor

Nuria Morgado, CUNY-Staten Island

Assistant Editors for Production

Shalisa M. Collins, St. Norbert College
Kalen R. Oswald, Albion College
Agustín Cuadrado, Texas State University-San Marcos

Editorial Board

Arnaldo Cruz-Malavé, Fordham University
Bradley S. Epps, Harvard University
James Fernández, New York University
Christine Henseler, Union College
Edward Friedman, Indiana University
Walter Mignolo, Duke Univeristy
David K. Herzberger, University of Connecticut
Susan Martin-Márquez, Rutgers University
Dianna Niebylski, University of Illinois at Chicago
Michael Ugarte, University of Missouri - Columbia
Jaume Martí-Olivella, University of New Hampshire
George Mariscal, University of California San Diego
Ronald W. Sousa, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Lauro Zavala, Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana, Xochimilco

Editorial Assistants

Adriana Betancur
William Costley
Claudia Francom
Juliana Luna Freire
Ricardo Andrés Guzmán
Artemiza Hernández
Yesenia Hernández
Abigail Martínez-Sotelo
Guillermo Martínez-Sotelo
Miriam Rocío Montoya
Andrew Rajca
Eva Romero
Olimpia Rosenthal
Claudia Salgado de la Rosa
Matthew Smith
Jamie A. Wilson