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Gary D. Keller


Gary D. Keller is Regents' Professor, and Director of the Hispanic Research Center at Arizona State University.  He is the author of numerous books and articles of scholarship and creative literature that treat Mexican-American and Latino art, film, literature, linguistics, and language policy.  He has recently produced several CD-ROMs on Latina/Latino subjects.  Some of his publications include:

Cinco de Mayo:  A Visual History CD-ROM. Tempe, Arizona:  Hispanic Research Center, Bilingual Press, 2002.

Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art:  Artist, Works, Culture, and Education (with Kaytie Johnson, Mary Erickson, and Joaquín Alvarado).  Tempe, AZ: Bilingual Press, 2002, Vol. I, 336 pp. and Vol. II, 342 pp.

Chicano Cinema: Research, Reviews, and Resources. Binghamton, New York: Bilingual Press, 1985, 202 pp.

Cine chicano. Mexico, D.F.: Cineteca Nacional, Secretaría de Gobernación, Dirección General de Radio, Televisión y Cinematografía, 1988, 266 pp.

Hispanics and United States Film: An Overview and Handbook. Tempe, AZ: Bilingual Press, 1994, 242 pp.

A Biographical Handbook of Hispanics and United States Film. Tempe, AZ: Bilingual Press, 1997, 336 pp.

The Legacy of the Mexican & Spanish-American Wars:  Legal, Literary, and Historical Perspectives (with Cordelia Candelaria)Tempe, AZ: Bilingual Press, 1999, 126 pp.

 “Film,” in The Hispanic-American Almanac, ed. Nicolás Kanellos. Detroit: Gale Research, 1993, pp. 543-594.

“The Boom in Ethnic Cinema and the Breakthrough in its Analysis,” Bilingual Review/Revista Bilingüe, vol. 20 (Jan.-April 1995, No. 1), pp. 77-89.

“The Depiction of Hispanics and Other Races and Ethnicities in United States Film, 1895-1920.” (with Estela Keller) in John Fullerton, ed., Celebrating 1895.  Sydney, Australia: John Libby & Company Pty Ltd., 1998, pp. 107-116.  “

Running the United States-Mexico Border: 1909 through the Present.” in The Literature and Popular Culture of the U.S.-Mexican Border:  Studies in 20th Century Literature.  Vol. 25, No. 1, Winter 2001, pp. 63-90.

“On Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art:  A Project Designed to Meet las alturas de las circunstancias.” In the Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art:  Artist, Works, Culture, and Education. Vol. I., pp. 15-18.


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