This book examines the participation and representation of Latinos in American museums. It contains nine case studies which critically examine a range of themes and issues concerning Latinos in museum programmes. Some areas covered are Latino public history programmes; a discussion of Latino diversity and museums in South Florida; exhibition of artifacts and reinterpretation of Mexican identity in Chicago; the Smithsonian Graduate training seminar; the status of Latino cultural institutions in the Southwest; the movement to establish a California Museum of Latino History; public history and dramatic performance; an assessment of East Los Angeles Self-Help Graphics Ateliers; and a summary of the national survey of Latino and Native American professional personnel.
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