Series Editor(s): José Limón, University of Notre Dame, Timothy Matovina, University of Notre Dame, Luis Ricardo Fraga, University of Notre Dame
Meeting its mission to foster scholarship by and about Latinos and the issues that affect them, in 2001 the Institute launched a book series in collaboration with the Press. The series publishes work on the cutting edge of scholarship, general works that can be used as college textbooks, and reprints of classics. Titles in the book series address issues in the areas of Latino spirituality and religion; border affairs, immigration, and globalization; Latino arts and culture; and social sciences and public policy.
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Race, Ethnicity, and Nationality in Hispanic American and Latino/a Thought
Published: October 2011