ISBN-10:
0292705689
ISBN-13:
2900292705684
Pub. Date:
11/28/2004
Publisher:
University of Texas Press
Apple Pie and Enchiladas: Latino Newcomers in the Rural Midwest / Edition 1

Apple Pie and Enchiladas: Latino Newcomers in the Rural Midwest / Edition 1

by Ann V. Millard

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ISBN-13: 2900292705684
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Publication date: 11/28/2004
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 308
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

Ann V. Millard is Associate Professor at the South Texas Center in McAllen, Texas, a site of the School of Rural Public Health, Texas A&M University System Health Science Center.

Jorge Chapa (1953–2015) was Professor and Director of the Latino Studies Program at Indiana University, Bloomington.

Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Chapter 1. Aquí in the Midwest [Here in the Midwest] (Ann V. Millard and Jorge Chapa)
    • En Pocas Palabras [In a Few Words] I. Ten Myths about Latinos (Ann V. Millard, Jorge Chapa, and Eileen Diaz McConnell)
  • Chapter 2. Latinos in the Rural Midwest: The Twentieth-Century Historical Context Leading to Contemporary Challenges (Eileen Diaz McConnell)
    • En Pocas Palabras II. The Battle for Chapita Hills (Catalina Burillo and Ann V. Millard
  • Chapter 3. Latinos and the Changing Demographic Fabric of the Rural Midwest (Jorge Chapa, Rogelio Saenz, Refugio I. Rochín, and Eileen Diaz McConnell)
    • En Pocas Palabras III. Emergency Medicine and Latino Newcomers
  • Chapter 4. Research Overview: The Rural Midwestern Context and Qualitative Methods (Ann V. Millard, Maríaelena D. Jefferds, Ken R. Crane, and Isidore Flores)
    • En Pocas Palabras IV. Local Police, the INS, and "Churning Bad Public Opinion" (Ken R. Crane
  • Chapter 5. "Not Racist like Our Parents": Anti-Latino Prejudice and Institutional Discrimination (Ann V. Millard, Jorge Chapa, and Eileen Diaz McConnell)
  • Chapter 6. On the Line: Jobs in Food Processing and the Local Economy (Maríaelena D. Jefferds and Ann V. Millard)
  • Chapter 7. Mexicans, Americans, and Neither: Students at Wheelerton High (Ken R. Crane)
    • En Pocas Palabras V. The Virgin of Guadalupe: Admittance in Question (Maríaelena D. Jefferds and Ann V. Millard)
  • Chapter 8. "To Be with My People": Latino Churches in the Rural Midwest (Ken R. Crane and Ann V. Millard)
    • En Pocas Palabras VI. The "Mexican Situation" and the Mayor's Race (Ken R. Crane and Ann V. Millard)
  • Chapter 9. E Pluribus Unum? Discussion, Conclusions, and Policy Implications (Ann V. Millard, Jorge Chapa, and Ken R. Crane)
  • Appendix A. Methods Used in the Community Studies (Ann V. Millard, Maríaelena D. Jefferds, and Ken R. Crane)
  • Appendix B. Interview Guide for Community Study in Fox and Mapleville, Michigan (Maríaelena D. Jefferds)
  • Appendix C. Focus Group Questions, Fall County, Michigan (Maríaelena D. Jefferds)
  • Notes
  • References Cited
  • Index

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