Bibliophiling Tejano Scholarship: Secondary Sources on Hispanic Texans

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Bruce A. Glasrud, Arnoldo De Leon
Robert J. Mallouf, Series Editor,
Kelly S. Garcia, Technical Editor

©2004 The Center for Big Bend Studies
471 pages

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Webster's Collegiate Dictionary defines bibliophile as "a lover of books," or "a book collector." As such Bruce Glasrud and Arnoldo De León have approached and accomplished the task of compiling a thorough bibliography of secondary works on Tejano scholarship—defined as those academic works that have Texas as a focus, setting, or theme, and have Mexican-descent people as their subjects.

The result is a much-needed reference tool useful to academicians and lay people alike. Bibliophiling is a 471-page reference book divided into the following sections making this bibliography easy to use and helpful in academic endeavors concerning Tejano scholarship:

  • General
  • Bibliography/Historiography
  • A Province of New Spain, 1716-1821
  • A Mexican Borderland, 1821-1836
  • New Identity, Old Community, 1836-1880
  • Into the Twentieth Century, 1880-1920
  • Natives and Immigrants, 1920-1945
  • Many Histories, 1945-1966
  • El Movimiento, 1966-1976
  • Once Forgotten, 1975 to the Present
  • Economics/Labor
  • Education
  • Family
  • Tejanas
  • Culture
  • Folklore
  • Literature
  • Music
  • Religion
  • Social Constructs
  • Demography
  • Health/Healing
  • Communities (Urban and Rural)
  • Author Index