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So all is not lost : the poetics of print in Nuevomexicano communities, 1834-1958

Print Book, English, ©1997
University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, ©1997
xiii, 268 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
9780826317766, 9780826318060, 0826317766, 0826318061
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Note from the Series Editorsix(2)
Acknowledgmentsxi
Introduction3(8)
Part I A Nuevomexicano Culture of Print11(90)
1 Mexicanos in the History of the Early Press in the Southwest
13(20)
The Martinez Press and the Ideology of Literacy
18(3)
The Press in New Mexico After the American Conquest
21(3)
The Emergence of Spanish-language Journalism in New Mexico
24(4)
Canjes: The Dialogic Exchange of Border Papers
28(5)
2 A Generation in Transition
33(30)
Witnessing Social Change: The Life of J.M.H. Alarid
34(8)
Structures of Domination
42(2)
Education, Biliteracy, and the World Beyond the Village
44(14)
Neo-Mexicanismo and Cultural Ascendancy
58(5)
3 Contesting Social and Historical Erasure: The Discursive Agency of La Prensa Asociada Hispano-Americana
63(40)
Discourse and Ideological Alliance
66(15)
A Voice for the People: La Compania Publicista de La Voz
81(6)
Linking the Borderlands: Binationalism and La Prensa Asociada
87(14)
Part II Neo-Mexicano Culture in Print101(112)
4 News, Bio-Texts, and Neo-Mexicano Historiography: Writing Against Cultural Excision
103(30)
News of History: The Axiology of the Past and Present
107(5)
Bio-Narrative Credentialing: Projections Onto History
112(3)
Historical Biography
115(4)
From Boceto to Biographical Communitas
119(4)
Benjamin M. Read (1853-1927), Neo-Mexicano Chronicler-Historian
123(10)
5 The Poetics of Self-Representation in Neo-Mexicano Literary Discourse: Una literatura nacional
133(44)
Foundational Texts in Neo-Mexicano/Chicano Literature
134(3)
Credo and Desire Among Neo-Mexicano Literates: The Progress of Belles Lettres upon High Deserts of Representation
137(32)
Um Totum Revoltijum: Adelfa, Espiridion, and El Pachuco Vacilon
169(8)
6 The Neo-Mexicano Cultural Movement After Statehood
177(36)
La Nueva Generacion: The Daughters of Editors
179(6)
The Unfinished Work of "Bringing Honor to the Homeland": Felipe Maximiliano Chacon (1873-1949)
185(10)
Revista Ilustrada: Time Capsule of Neo-Mexicano/a Representations
195(6)
Containment Within and Without: Arbitrating the Authority of Neo-Mexicano Cultural Representations
201(5)
"Fighting the Good Fight": La Prensa Asociada in Post-Statehood New Mexico
206(7)
Epilogue213(6)
Notes219(30)
Sources Cited249(8)
Index257