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Challenging Traditional Curatorial Practices

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Bibliography

This bibliography is a compilation of reading material used during the seven years of the Latino Graduate Training Seminar, sponsored by the Smithsonian Center for Latino Initiatives and Inter-University Program for Latino Research. (Note that some entries are missing bibliographical data.)

“American Voices: Mexican American Photography in the U.S.” Washington, DC: Circular Gallery, National Archives and Records, 1989: 18-24, 41-46, 59-63.

Adler, Patricia A. and Peter Adler. “The Past and the Future of Ethnography.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 16, no.1. (April 1997): 4-24.

Alaiz, María L. and Chris Wilkes. “Reinterpreting Latino Culture in the Commodity Form: The Case of Alcohol Advertising in the Mexican American Community.” Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Science 17, no. 4. (1995): 430-451.

Alarcon, Norma. “Chicana Feminism: In the Tracks of ‘The Native Woman’.” Cultural Studies 4 (October 1990): 248- 255.

Ames, Michael. “Cannibal Tours, Glass Boxes and the Politics of Interpretation.” Interpreting Objects and Collection edited by Susan M. Pearce, 86-106. London: Routledge, 1994.

Archetti, Eduardo, P. “Playing Styles and Masculine Virtues in Argentine Football.” In Machos, Mistresses, Madonnas: Contesting the Power of Latin American Gender Imagry edited by Marit Melhuus and Kristi Anne Stolen, 34-55. New York: Verso, 1996.

Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institute. Guide of Latino Artists In the United States. (Draft)

Aronowitz, Stanley. “The Future of Socialism?” Social Text 8, no. 2. (1990): 85-87.

Atkinson, Paul and Mike Hammersby. Ethnography: Principles in Practice, 1-26.  London: Tavistock, 1983.

Bal, Mieke. “The Discourse of the Museum.” 201-218.

Baról, J. M. “Cyber Chapel: Mixing Technology With Tradition, Four Women Shatter The Stereotypes That Burden Hispanic Art And Its Artists.” The AlbuquerqueTribune, 16 March 2001.

Bartis, Peter. Folklife and Fieldwork: A Layman’s Introduction to Field Techniques.  Washington, DC: American Folklife Center, 1979.

Bates, Lucy, Olivia Cadaval, Heidi McKinnon, Diana Robertson, and Cynthia Vidaurri.  “Culture & Environment in Rio Grande/Rio Bravo Basin; A Preview.” Smithsonian Folklife Festival, 1998: 79-86.

Bauman, Richard and Patricia Sawin. “The Politics of Participation in Folklife Festivals.” In Exhibiting Cultures: The Poetics and Politics of Museum Display, edited by Ivan Karp and Steven D. Lavine, 288-314. Washington DC:Smithsonian Press, 1991. 

Becker, Howard S. “Photography and Sociology.” Studies in the Anthropology of Visual Communication 1, no.1. (Fall 1974): 3-26.

Behar, Ruth. “The Vulnerable Observer.” Miami Beach: Beacon Press, 1997: 1-33.

Belk, Russel W. and Melanie Wallendorf.  ““Of Mice and Men: Gender Identity In Collecting.” The Material Culture of Gender 7-26.

Benevidez, Max. “Chicano Montage: Art and Cultural Crisis.” Distant Relations/ Cercancias Distantes edited by Trisha Ziff, 105-113. Santa Monica: Smart Art Press, 1995.

Bonami, Francesco. “KCHO: Surviving the Dream of Yourself.” 80-83

Borja-Villel, Manuel. “The End(s) of the Museum.” 9-15.

Boxer, Sarah. “How the Other Half Defies Its Image.” New York Times, 30 April 1995.

Broyles, Yolanda.  “Toward a Re-Vision of Chicana/o Theater History: The Roles of Women in El Teatro Campesino.” In El Teatro Campesino: Theater in the Chicano Movement, 130-163, 252-255. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1994.

Buchloh, Benjamin H. D. “The Whole Earth Show: An Interview with Jean-Hubert Martin.” Art In America (May 1989): 150-159.

Bunch, Lonnie G. “Fighting the Good Fight.” Museum News. (March/April 1995): 32-36.

Bunster, Ximena. “Talking Pictures: Field Method and Visual Mode.” Methodology and Data Collection: 278-290.

Campbell, Mary Schmidt. “Introduction.” Black & Hispanic Art Museums, 1-5. New York: Ford Foundation, 1990.

Cardenas, Gilberto. Spring 1996 Syllabus. Visual Sociology (Soc 360M).

Castaneda, Antonia. “Language and Other Lethal Weapons: Cultural Politics and the Rites of Children as Translator of Culture.” Mapping Multiculturalism. Ed. By     Avery Gordon and Christopher Newfield. (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1996): 201-213

_____.  “Sexual Violence in the Politics and Policies of Conquest: Amerindian Women and the Spanish Conquest of Alta California.” In Building With Our Hands: New Directions in Chicana Studies edited by Adela de la Torre and Beatríz M. Pesquera, 15-33. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993.

_____. “Women of Color and the Rewriting of Western History:  The Discourse, Politics, and Decolonization of History.” Pacific Historical Review 61 (1992): 501- 533

Chavoya, Ondine C. “Collaborative Public Art and Multimedia Installation: David Avalos, Louis Hock, and Elizabeth Sisco’s Welcome to America’s Finest Tourist Plantation (1988). 208-224

_____. “Images of Advocacy: An Interview with Chon Noriega.” Afterimage 21, no.2  (May 1994): 5-9.

_____.  “Pseudographic Cineman: Asco’s No-Movies.” Performance Research 3, no. 1.  (1998): 1-14.

Choldin, Harvey. “Statistics and Politics: The ‘Hispanic Issue’ in the 1980 Census.” Demography (August 1986): 402-418.

Clifford, James. “Museums as Contact Zones.” Routes: Travel and Translation in the Late Twentieth Century, 188-219. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1997.

Cohen, Rebecca S. “Framing the Border: Photography In the Land Between Mexico and the United States.” The Austin Chronicle (1 May 1998): 34-39.

Constable, Anne. “‘Our Lady’ Only Latest In String of Art Controversies.” The New Mexican 1 April 2001.

_____. “Museum Shortens Stay For ‘Our Lady.’” The New Mexican 23 May 2001.

Cooke, Lynne. “The Resurgence of the Night Mind: Primitivist Revivals in Recent Art.” In The Myth of Primitivism, 137-157. 

Corrin, Lisa G. “Introduction.” Mining the Museum: An Installation by Fred Wilson. Exhibition Catalog edited by Leslie King-Hammond, 1-21. Baltimore: The Contemporary in Cooperation with New York Press, 1994.

Crimp, Douglas. “The Museum’s Old/ The Library’s New Subject.” The Contest of Meaning: Critical Histories of Photography edited by Richard Bolton, 3-10. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1989.

Davalos, Karen Mary. “La Quiceañera: Making Gender and Ethnic Identities” Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies 16, no. 2/3. (May 1996): 101-127.

De Alba, Alicia Gaspar. “The Solar of Chicano/a Popular Culture: Mi Casa [no] Es Su Casa.” Chicano Art: Inside/Outside The Master’s House, Cultural Politics and the Cara Exhibition, 31-89. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1998.

De Alva, J. Jorge Klor. “The Postcolonization of the (Latin) American Experience: A Reconsideration of ‘Colonialism,’ ‘Postcolonialism,’ and ‘Mestizaje.’” After Colonialism: Imperial Histories and Postcolonial Displacement, 241-275. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995.

Del Castillo, Adelaida R. “Covert Cultural Norms and Sex/Gender Meaning: A Mexico City Case.” Urban Anthropology (Fall-Winter 1993): 237-258.

Del Castillo, Richard Griswold, Teresa McKenna, and Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarno. “Preface: The CARA Exhibition.” Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation, 1965- 1985, 27-32. Los Angeles: Wright Art Gallery, University of California, 1990.

Delgado, Antonia. “Moradas and the Penitent Brotherhood.”

Duncan, Carol. “Art Museums and the Ritual of Citizenship.” Exhibiting Cultures: The Poetics and Politics of Museum Display edited by Ivan Karp, Steven D. Lavine, and Christine Mullen Kreamer, 56-64. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992.

“Editorials: State Curators Need To Show Sensitivity.” Albuquerque Journal 21 March, 2001.

Featherstone, Mike, Mike Hepworth, and Bryan S. Turner, eds. The Body: Social Process and Cultural Theory. (London: Sage): 36-102.

Fergasen-Acosta, Dennis. “Symposium on African American and Latino Museums and Other Collections” Chicago: American Association of Museums, 8-9 May 1990.

Firmat, Gustavo Perez. “Lost in Translation.” In Life On the Hyphen: The Cuban-American Way, 21-47. Austin: University of Texas Press.

Flores, Juan. “Broken English Memories.” Modern Language Quarterly 57, no.2. (June 1996): 381-396.

_____. “The Latino Imaginary: Dimensions of Community and Identity.” 1996

_____.  Notes Presented On the Topic of “The Latino Imaginary.” 23 June 1995.

Flores, Juan and George Yudice. “Living Borders/ Buscando America: Languages of Latino Self-formation.” Social Text 8, no. 2 (1990): 57-84.

Foster, Hal, ed.  Discussions in Contemporary Culture 1 (1987).

Frank, Arthur W. “For a Sociology of the Body: An Analytical Review.” In The Body: Social Process and Cultural Theory edited by Mike Featherstone, Mike Hepworth and Bryan S. Turner, 36-102. London: Sage Publications, 1991.

Freidenberg, Judith. “The Social Construction and Reconstruction of the Other: Fieldwork in El Barrio.” Anthropological Quarterly 71, no. 4 (October 1998): 169-185.

Fusco, Coco. “The Other History of Intercultural Performance.” The Drama Review 38, no. 1 (Spring 1994): 143-166.

Gaither, Edmund Barry. “Hey! That’s Mine: Thoughts on Pluralism and American Museums.” Museums and Communities: the Politics of Public Culture edited by Ivan Karp, Steven D. Lavine, and Christine Mullen Kreamer, 56-64. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992.

Galla, Amareswar. “Issues for Museums In Post-Colonial Societies.” Connections. (Winter 1993).

Garcia, Ignacio M. “Juncture in the Road: Chicano Studies Since ‘El Plan de Santa Barbara.’” Chicanas/Chicanos at the Crossroads. Ed. By David R. Maciel and     Isidro D. Ortiz. (Tuscan: The University of Arizona Press: 1996): 181-203.

Garfield, Donald. “Making the Museum Mine: An Interview With Fred Wilson.” Museum News (May/June 1993): 47-49, 90.

_____. “Dimensions of Diversity.” Museum News (March/April 1989): 43-48.

Gibbs, Nancy. “A Whole New World.” Time 157, no. 23 (11 June 2001): 38-45.

Gomez-Pena, Guillermo. The New World Border: Prophecies, Poems, & Loqueras for the end of the century. San Francisco: City Lights, 1996.

González, Alicia M. and Edith A. Tonelli. “Compañeros and Partners: The CARA Project.” In Museums and Communities: the Politics of Culture, edited by Ivan Karp, Steven D. Lavine, and Christine Mullen Kreamer, 262-284. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992.

González, Deena J. “Chicana Identity Matters.” Culture and Difference edited by Antonia Darder, 41-53. Westport, Connecticut: Bergin & Garvey,1996.

_____. “The Widowed Women of Santa Fe: Assessments on the Lives of an Unmarried Population, 1850 – 80.” In On their Own: Widows and Widowhood in the America Southwest 1848 – 1939 edited by Arlene Scadron, 65-90. Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1988.

Hall, Stuart. “Notes On Deconstructing ‘The Popular.’” Cultural Studies: 227- 239.

Hammersley, Martyn and Paul Atkinson. “What is Ethnography?” In Ethnography: Principles in Practice,1-26. New York: Tavistock Publications, 1995.

Haraway, Donna. “Teddy Bear Patriarchy: Taxidermy in the Garden of Eden, New York City, 1908-1936.” In Primate Visions: Gender, Race and Nature in the World of Modern Science, 237-291. New York: Routledge, 1989.

Hawkins, Peter S. “Naming Names: The Art of Memory and the Names Project AIDS Quilt.” Thinking About Exhibitions edited by Reesa Greenberg, Bruce W. Ferguson, and Sandy Nairne, 133-155. New York: Routledge, 1996.

Heartney, Eleanor. “The Whole Earth Show: Part II.” Art In America (July 1989): 91-97.

Henessy, Rosemary. “Queer Theory: A Review of the differences Special Issue and Wittig’s The Straight Mind.Journal of Women in Culture and Society (Summer 1993): 964-972.

Henry, Leonard M. “Trend Report:Theory and Practice of Visual Sociology.” Current Sociology 34, no. 3. (Autumn 1984): 1-68.

Hernandez-Avila, Ines. “Relocations Upon Relocations: Home, Language, and Native American Women’s Writings.” American Indian Quarterly (Fall 1995): 491-507.

Hinojosa, Maria. “Living La Vida Latina.” Time 157, no. 23 (11 June 2001): 79.

Hooks, Bee. “Alters of Sacrifice: Re-membering Basquiat.” In Art On My Mind, 35-48. New York: New Press 1995.

Hummels, Mark. “Lawmakers Denounce Artwork.” The New Mexican 4 April 2001.

Hutchison, Bill. “Out Takes: An Early Curtain For ‘Our Lady.’” Reporter 23-29 May 2001.

Karp, Ivan, and Fred Wilson. “Constructing the Spectacle of Culture in Museums.” Thinking About Exhibits, 251-267. London: Routledge, 1996.

Katel, Peter. “Don’t Stop Thinking About Mañana.” Time 157, no. 23 (11 June 2001): 72-73.

Keenan, Thomas. “No Ends in Sight.” 17-29.

Kelley, Robin D. G. “AHR Forum: Notes on Deconstructing ‘The Folk.’” American Historical Review  (Dec 1992): 1400-1408.

Kidwell, Claudia Brush. “Fulfilling The Mission: Incorporating Gender.” Report by the National Museum of American History, 22 March 1993.

Kuo Wei Tchen, John. “Creating a Dialogic Museum: The Chinatown History Museum Experiment”. In Museums and Communities: the Politics of Culture, edited by Ivan Karp, Steven D. Lavine, and Christine Mullen Kreamer, 285-326. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992.

Lamadrid, Enrique R. “La Querencia: Moctezuma and the Landscape of Desire.” Blue Mesa Review.

Lassalle, Yvonne M. and Marvette Pérez. “‘Virtually’ Puerto Rican: ‘Dis’-Locating Puerto-ness and its Privileged Sites of Production.” Radical History Review 68, (1997): 54-78.

Lather, Patti. Getting Smart: Feminist Research and Pedagogy With/in the Postmodern, 70-100. New York: Routledge, 1991.

Lavine, Steven D. “Museums and Multiculturalism: Who Is In Control.” Museum News (March/April 1989): 36-42.

Lee, Morgan. “Archbishop Says Art Trashes Virgin, Insults Catholics.” Albuquerque Journal 27 March, 2001.

_____. “From Lady to Lightning Rod: Guadalupe Hearing Rescheduled As Throngs Swamp Meeting Site.” Albuquerque Journal 5 April 2001.

Leese, Rosaliá. History of the Bear Party: Narrative of Mrs. Rosaliá Leese. 27 June 1874.

Lindsay, Arturo. “ORISHA: Living Gods in Contemporary Latino Art.” Santeria Aesthetics in Contemporary Latino Art edited by Arturo Lindsay, 201-203.  Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1996.

Lipsitz, George. Dangerous Crossroads: Popular Music, Postmodernism, and the Poetics of Place. New York: Verso, 1994.

McCarthy, Terry. “The Coyote’s Game.” Time 157, no. 23 (11 June 2001): 56-60.

McCauley, Elizabeth Anne. “Taber and Company’s Chinatown Photographs: A Study of Prejudice and its Manifestations.” 9-16

Majewski, Jan and Hank Grasso. “Barriers to Developing Accessible Media.”

Meijers, Deborah J. “The Museum and the ‘Ahistorical’ Exhibition.” 7-20.

Melkonian, Neery. “Contested Territories: Miguel Gandert’s Documentary Photography.” Afterimage (December 1991): 5-7.

Mercer, Kobena. “Who’s Doin’ The Twist? Notes Toward A Politics of Appropriation.”  In English Is Broken Here: Notes on Cultural Fusion In the Americas edited by Coco Fusco, 65-77. New York: New Press, 1995.

Mesa-Bains, Amalia. “Curatorial Statement.” Ceremony of Spirit: Nature and Memory In Contemporary Latino Art, 8-17. San Francisco: The Mexican Museum, 1996.

_____.  “Domesticana: The Sensibility of Chicana Rasquache.” In Cara:  Chicano Art, Resistance and Affirmation: An Interpretive Exhibition of the Chicano Art Movement, 1965-1985, 156-163. San Antonio: San Antonio Museum of Art, 1993.

Miller, Michael. “Santa Cruz Church Restored to Former Beauty.” New Mexico Magazine (March 1997): 38-43.

Miller, Nicole M. “One Man’s Virtual Vision: Manuel Carrillo’s Photos Go Online.” The Washington Post, 10 August 2000.

Montero-Sieburth, Martha. “The Education of Hispanic Adults: Pedagogical Strands and Cultural Meanings.” In Adult Education in a Multicultural Society edited by Beverly Benner Cassara, 96-118, 211-231. New York: Routledge, 1990.

Morales, Teresa. Letter to Ms. Elizabeth Veatch. 2 February 1995.

Morales, Teresa and Cauhtemoc Camarea. “The Community Museums of Oaxaca.” Presented At the 92nd Meeting of the American Association of Museums in Philadelphia. 21-25 May 1995.

Museum of International Folk Art. “Cyber Arte: Tradition Meets Technology.” February 2001-2002.

National Museum of American History. “Fulfilling the Mission: Incorporating Gender.” (Draft February 5, 1993. 

Navarro, Bruno. “Arroyo Seco residents wake church from 37-year slumber.” New Mexico Magazine (March 1997): 38-43

Noriega, Chon A. “Art Official Histories.” 1-12.

_____. “Collectors Who Happen To Be…” 8-16.

_____. Letter from Chon Noriega, Asst. Prof. UCLA to Elisabeth Sussman, Curator Whitney Museum of American Art, 5 February 1993.

_____.“On Museum Row: Aesthetics and the Politics of Exhibition.” 57-81. Summer 1999.

Padgett, Tim and Cathy Booth Thomas. “Two Countries, One City.” Time 157, no. 23 (11 June 2001): 64-66.

Padgett, Tim and Elaine Shannon. “The Border Monsters.” Time 157, no. 23 (11 June 2001): 69-70.

Perez, Emma. “Irigaray’s Female Symbolic in the Making of Chicana Lesbian Sitios y Lenguas (Sites and Discourses).” In The Lesbian Postmodern edited by Laura Doan, 104-117. New York: Columbia University Press, 1994.

Pérez, Emma A. “Oral Narratives as Chicana: (His)tory Text”. In Working Paper 32, 3-19. Tucson, Arizona: Women's Studies, The University of Arizona, 1994.

Pérez, Laura Elisa. “El Desorden, Nationalism, and Chicana/o Aesthetics.” Between Woman and Nation: Nationalisms, Transnational Feminisms, and the State edited by Caren Kaplan, Norma Alarcón, and Minoo Moallem.Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press, 1999.

Perez, Marvette. “Interview with Bernice Johnson Reagon.” Radical History Review 68

     (1997): 4-24.

Prown, Jules David. “Mind in Matter: An Introduction to Material Culture Theory and Method.” Winterthur Portfolio: 1-19.

Ramirez, Mari Carmen. “Brokering Identities: Art Curators and the Politics of Cultural Representation.” Thinking About Exhibits, 21-38. London: Routledge, 1996.

_____.  “The Representation of Latino/ Latin American Art in the United States: Selected Bibliography.” Presented at the IUP/ Smithsonian Institution Workshop on “Interpreting Latino Cultures: Research and Museums.”

Richard, Nelly. “Postmodern Decentredness and Cultural Periphery: The Disalignments and Realignments of Cultural Power.” Beyond the Fantastic: Contemporary Art Criticism from Latin America. Ed by Gerardo Mosquera. (Cambridge: The MIT Press, 1996): 260-269.

Roche, Timothy. “Just Another Day in a Bridge Town.” Time 157, no. 23 (11 June 2001): 50-55.

Roosevelt, Margot. “No Bad Days.” Time 157, no. 23 (11 June 2001): 62.

Ruffins, Fath Davis. “Reflecting on Ethnic Imagery in the Landscape of Commerce, 1945-1975.” In Getting and Spending: European and American Consumer Societies In The Twentieth Century edited by Strausser, Susan, Charles McGovern, and Matthias Judt, 379-405. Washington, DC: Cambridge University Press, 1998.

_____.  “Myths about Aging: Use of Time in Daily Life” Atención Socio-sanitaria y Bienestar (2000): 17-22.

Sackler, Elizabeth. “Spoils of War: A Call for Code of Ethics in the Indian Art Market.” Native Peoples (Spring 1996): 18-19.

Selected Bibliography. “Latinos and Museums.” Museum Reference Center, Smithsonian Institution, 1995.

Selected Bibliography. “The Representation of Latino/ Latin America Art in the United States.” Smithsonian Institution Task Force on Latino Issues. Willful Neglect: The Smithsonian Institution and U.S. Latinos. Washington, DC: The Smithsonian Institution Press, May 1994.

Tuly, Judd. “Carlos Gariacoa: Art In General and Carla Stellweg.” Art Nexus 22 (October/ November 1996): 154.

Tyrangiel, Josh. “The New Tijuana Brass.” Time 157, no. 23 (11 June 2001): 76-78. U.S. Congress. House Committee on Government Operations. The Challenge of Cultural Diversity and Cultural Equity at the Smithsonian Institution: Ninth Report By the Committee on Government Operations. 101st Cong., 1st sess., 1989. H. Rept. 101-391.

Vega, Moreno Marta. “The Purposeful Underdevelopment of Latino and Other Communities of Color.” In Voices From the Battlefront: Achieving Cultural Equity, edited by Marta Moreno and Cheryll Y. Greene. New Jersey: African World Press, Inc., 1993.

_____. “The Failed Promise of Wartime Opportunity for Mexicans in the Texas Oil Industry.” Southern Historical Quarterly 95, no. 3 (January 1992): 325-350.

Wilson, Fred. “Mining the Museum: Artists Look at the Museums. Museums Look at Themselves.” Mining the Museum: An Installation edited by Lisa G. Corrin, 1-21.  New York: New Press, 1994.

Yau, John. “Please Wait By the Coatroom.” Out There: Marginalization and Contemporary Cultures. Ed. By Russel Furguson et al. (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1990): 133-139.

Ybarro-Frausto, Tomas. “The Chicano Movement/The Movement of Chicano Art.”  Exhibiting Cultures: The Poetics and Politics of Museum Display edited by Ivan Karp and Steven D. Lavine, 129-150. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992.

_____. “Rasquachismo: A Chicano Sensibility.” In Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation, 1965-1985 edited by Richard Griswold del Castillo, Teresa McKenna, and Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano, 155-162. Los Angeles: Wright Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles, 1990.

_____. “The President’s Statement.” The Rockefeller Foundation 1991 Annual Report.

Yeingst, William and Lonnie G. Bunch. “Curating the recent Past: The Woolworth Lunch Counter, Greensboro, North Carolina.” Exhibiting Dilemmas: Issues of Representation at the Smithsonian edited by Adrienne L. Kaeppler, 143-154. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1996.

Zamora, Emilío. “Voluntary  Organizations and the Ethnic Mutuality: Expressions of a Mexicanist Political Culture.” In The World of the Mexican Worker in Texas, 86-109, 236-239. College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 1993.

Zamudio-Taylor, Victor. “Amalia Mesa-Bains Private Landscapes and Public Territories: The re-Annexation project, 1848-1998.” In Distant Relations edited by Trisha Ziff, 73-77. NewYork: Smart Art Press.

_____.  “Arte Chicano Emergente (Emerging Chicano Art).” ARCO 3/4 (1997): 41-46.

_____.  “¿Dónde está el Corazón ensangrentado? ¿Dónde está el Cactus? Tendencias Artícas Contemporáneas De Dislocaciones “Chicanas” Y “Latinas”: Notas Sobre Los Trabajos Ed Amando Rascan, Jesse Amadok E Íñez Manglano Ovalle.” Atlantica (1996): 83-92, 167-172.

_____.  “José Bedia: George Adams Gallery.” Art Nexus 22 (October/November 1996): 150-152.

_____.  “Miguel Calderon e Iñigo Manglano: Andrea Rosen Gallery.” Art Nexus 22 (October/ November 1996): 152-154.

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