Moving Beyond Borders: Julian Samora and the Establishment of Latino Studies (Latinos in Chicago and Midwest)

Moving Beyond Borders: Julian Samora and the Establishment of Latino Studies (Latinos in Chicago and Midwest)

By: Alberto Lopez Pulido (editor), Carmen Samora (editor), Barbara Driscoll de Alvarado (editor)Paperback

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&&LI&&Normal0falsefalsefalseMicrosoftInternetExplorer4/* Style Definitions */table.MsoNormalTable{mso-style-name:"Table Normal";mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0;mso-tstyle-colband-size:0;mso-style-noshow:yes;mso-style-parent:"";mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt;mso-para-margin:0in;mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt;mso-pagination:widow-orphan;font-size:10.0pt;font-family:"Times New Roman";mso-ansi-language:#0400;mso-fareast-language:#0400;mso-bidi-language:#0400;}This book examines the life and accomplishments of Julian Samora, the first Mexican American sociologist in the United States and the founding father of the discipline of Latino studies. Detailing his distinguished career at the University of Notre Dame from 1959 to 1984, the book documents the history of the Mexican American Graduate Studies program that Samora established at Notre Dame and traces his influence on the evolution of border studies, Chicano studies, and Mexican American studies. Contributors are Teresita E. Aguilar, Jorge A. Bustamante, Gilberto C\u00e1rdenas, Miguel A. Carranza, Frank M. Castillo, Anthony J. Cortese, Lydia Espinosa Crafton, Barbara Driscoll de Alvarado, Herman Gallegos, Phillip Benitez Gallegos Jr., Jos\u00e9 R. Hinojosa, Delfina Landeros, Paul L\u00f3pez, Sergio X. Madrigal, Ken Mart\u00ednez, Vilma Mart\u00ednez, Alberto Mata, Amelia M. Mu\u00f1oz, Richard A. Navarro, Jesus \u0022Chuy\u0022 Negrete, Alberto L\u00f3pez Pulido, Julie Leininger Pycior, Olga Villa Parra, Ricardo Parra, Victor Rios Jr., Marcos Ronquillo, Rene Rosenbaum, Carmen Samora, Rudy Sandoval, Alfredo Rodriguez Santos, and Ciro Sepulveda.

About Author

Alberto Lopez Pulido is director and professor of ethnic studies at the University of San Diego. Barbara Driscoll de Alvarado teaches humanities at Anna Maria College. Carmen Samora teaches American studies at the University of New Mexico and directs the Julian Samora Legacy Project.


Corrido, Jesus "Chuy Negrete; Samorista Creed, Marcos Ronquillo Foreword, Herman Gallegos; Preface, Vilma Martinez; Acknowledgements Part One: The Legacy of Julian Samora; Introduction: Moving Beyond Borders, Alberto Lopez Pulido, Barbara Driscollo de Alvarado and Carmen Samora; Chapter One: Grace and Redemption: Julian Samora 1920-1996, Carmen Samora; Chapter Two: A Scholar and Visionary in Mexican American and Latino Studies, Barbara Driscoll de Alvarado; Chapter Three: Philanthropy, the Creation of a National Minority and the Mexican American Graduate Studies Program at Notre Dame, Alberto Lopez Pulido; Part Two: Samoristas @ 57; Introduction: Creating an Intellectual Community, Alberto Lopez Pulido, Barbara Driscoll de Alvarado and Carmen Samora Political Activism; Chapter Four: Constructive Marginality En El Otro Lado, Richard A Navarro; Chapter Five: Serving our Communities "1970-1980", Ricardo Parra and Olga Villa; Chapter Six: From Uvalde, Texas to South Bend, Indiana: El Chicano goes to Notre Dame, Alfredo Rodriguez Santos, c/s; Chapter Seven: Don Julian Samora, un hombre de Ubuntu, Lydia Espinosa Crafton; Chapter Eight: Julian Samora: uno de los primero sabios, Alberto Mata, Jr.; Chapter Nine: Fair Taxes and the Social Contract: the Samora Influence on a Chicano Economist, Sergio X. Madrigal; Chapter Ten: Circles of Commitment, Marcos Ronquillo; Chapter Eleven: Common Geography, Ken Martinez 281; B. The Pedagogy of Julian Samora; Chapter Twelve: Reflections on Education: Post-Samora,; Teresita E. Aguilar; Chapter Thirteen: Julian Samora's Pedagogy of Empowerment, Victor Rios; Chapter Fourteen: Personal Reflections on Education, Jose R. Hinojosa; Chapter Fifteen: Crossing Disciplines and Boundaries: From South Bend to Mexico City, Barbara Driscoll de Alvarado; Chapter Sixteen: In the Autumn of His Life, Rudy Sandoval 343;; Chapter Seventeen: Early Mentor, Phillip Gallegos; Chapter Eighteen: Vessel of the Samora Legacy: Mentoring the Third Generation, Anthony J. Cortese; C. Research and the Integrative Process of Julian Samora; Chapter Nineteen: Translating the Whole Person: Julian Samora as Research Mentor, Alberto Lopez Pulido; Chapter Twenty: Julian Samora: Mentor, Jorge A. Bustamante; Chapter Twenty One: Making History, Julie Leininger Pycior; Chapter Twenty Two: Reflections on Research Perspectives and Strategy, Paul Lopez; Chapter Twenty Three: On Respect and Teaching, Ciro Sepulveda; Chapter Twenty Four: Becoming a Scholar: In Tribute to Julian and Betty Samora, Gilbert Cardenas; Personal Reflections: Voices and Sentiments from Samoristas; Chapter Twenty Five: Personal Visions: 'Coming of Age with Samora': Miguel A. Carranza; Chapter Twenty Six: Reflections on the Impact of Dr. Julian Samora, Delfina Landeros; Chapter Twenty Seven: The Seeds We Plant, Frank M. Castillo; Chapter Twenty Eight: The Legacy of Latino Consciousness, Rene Rosenbaum; Chapter Twenty Nine: Julian Samora and His Lesson of Revelation, Alberto Lopez Pulido; Chapter Thirty: "Pues aqui me tienen": Amelia M. Munoz; Appendix "Mestizaje and the Formation of Chicano," Julian Samora Biographies of Contributors

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  • ISBN13: 9780252076565
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 304
  • ID: 9780252076565
  • ISBN10: 0252076567

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