Enrique R. Lamadrid

Enrique R. Lamadrid is a distinguished professor emeritus of Spanish at the University of New Mexico. He is the editor of the Querencias Series at the University of New Mexico Press.
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La Musica de los Viejitos

Hispano Folk Music of the Rio Grande del Norte

University of New Mexico Press

Each song appears both in Spanish and English. For many, transcriptions of the musical notations are provided as well as graphic illustrations of dance technique.

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Hotel Mariachi

Urban Space and Cultural Heritage in Los Angeles

University of New Mexico Press
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Aztlán

Essays on the Chicano Homeland, Revised and Expanded Edition

University of New Mexico Press

This expanded new edition of the classic 1989 collection of essays about Aztlán weighs its value.

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The First Tortilla

A Bilingual Story

By Rudolfo Anaya; Illustrated by Amy Córdova; Translated by Enrique R. Lamadrid
University of New Mexico Press
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Juan the Bear and the Water of Life

La Acequia de Juan del Oso

University of New Mexico Press
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Reflections through the Convex Mirror of Time / Reflexiones tras el Espejo Convexo del Tiempo

Poems in Remembrance of the Spanish Civil War / Poemas en Recuerdo de la Guerra Civil Española

By E.A. Mares; Prologue by Enrique R. Lamadrid; Introduction by Fernando Martín Pescador; Epilogue by Susana Rivera
University of New Mexico Press

In this poignant bilingual collection, preeminent New Mexican poet E. A. "Tony" Mares posthumously shares his passionate journey into the broken heart and glimmering shadows of the Spanish Civil War, whose shock waves still resonate with the political upheavals of our own times.

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Water for the People

The Acequia Heritage of New Mexico in a Global Context

University of New Mexico Press
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La Llorona

The Crying Woman

By Rudolfo Anaya; Illustrated by Amy Córdova; Translated by Enrique R. Lamadrid
University of New Mexico Press

The legend of La Llorona as retold by Rudolfo Anaya is storytelling anchored in a very human experience. His book helps parents explain to children the reality of death and the loss of loved ones.

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Santa Fe Nativa

A Collection of Nuevomexicano Writing

University of New Mexico Press

This anthology honors Santa Fe's role as the foundation of New Mexican Hispanic culture.

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The Santero's Miracle

A Bilingual Story

By Rudolfo Anaya; Illustrated by Amy Córdova; Translated by Enrique R. Lamadrid
University of New Mexico Press
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Sisters in Blue/Hermanas de azul

Sor María de Ágreda Comes to New Mexico/Sor María de Ágreda viene a Nuevo México

University of New Mexico Press

Sisters in Blue tells the story of two young women--one Spanish, one Puebloan--meeting across space and time.

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Hispanic Folk Music of New Mexico and the Southwest

A Self-Portrait of a People

University of New Mexico Press

First published in 1980 and now available only from the University of New Mexico Press, this classic compilation of New Mexico folk music is based on thirty-five years of field research by a giant of modern music, composer John Donald Robb.

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