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- Western American Literature
- University of Nebraska Press
- Teaching the Hacienda: Juan Rulfo and Mexican American Cultural Memory Volume 35, Number 1, Spring 2000, pp. 33-44
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This issue contains 10 articles in total
- "To Make Shadows Burn and Silence Loud": Altars of Change and Continuity in Contemporary Chicana Poetry
- Scaling the West Differently
- Refiguring “the American Congo: Jovita González, John Gregory Bourke, and the Battle over Ethno-Historical Representations of the Texas Mexican Border
- Erotics and Politics in Nineteenth-Century New Mexico: Eusebio Chacón’s Tras la tormenta la calma
- Miguel Antonio Otero II, Billy the Kid’s Body, and the Fight for New Mexican Manhood
- Teaching the Hacienda: Juan Rulfo and Mexican American Cultural Memory
- Enlightenment Ideology and the Crisis of Whiteness in Francis Berrian and Caballero
- Closing the Circle between Past and Present
- From the Acting Editor
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