The Shelf Life
This volume features essays written by scholars in the fields of folklore, literary criticism and critical race theory, and who are renowned authorities on the work of Américo Paredes.
Edited by Roberto Cantú, emeritus professor of English and of Chicana(o) and Latina(o) Studies
Through the lens of childhood, the book focuses on the transformations that occured between 1934 and 1968 in Mexico. Ford puts the experiences of children in Latin America into their historical, political and cultural contexts.
Edited by Catherine Haras, senior director for the Center for Effective Teaching and Learning, Steven C. Taylor, Mary Deane Sorcinelli and Linda von Hoene
The book is based on Ngin’s work as an anthropological expert witness for asylum cases in the federal courts. It focuses on rarely heard stories of persecution and escape from China and Southeast Asia.
Patrick B. Sharp, professor of liberal studies