U.S. Popular Culture on the Page, Stage, and Screen
Latinx Teens examines how Latinx teenagers influence twenty-first-century U.S. popular culture. The book explores the diverse ways that contemporary mainstream film, television, theater, and young adult literature invokes, constructs, and interprets adolescent Latinidad.
NPR and the Latinx Public
UNDOCUMENTS is an expansive multi-genre exploration of Greater Mexican documentality that reveals the complicated ways all Latinx peoples, including the author, become objectified within cultures. John-Michael Rivera remixes the Florentine Codex and other documents as he takes an intense look at the anxieties and physical detriments tied to immigration.
Representation in U.S. Film and TV
Millennial Mestizaje Meets the Culinary Marketplace
Or, the Persistence of Pop
Colorblind Comedy in the Post-racial Network Era
Cultural Resilience and Strategies for Reurbanization
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