Latinos in the United States
Latinos in the United States
The Latinos in the United States series will provide a framework for new monographs and collections that contribute to the knowledge of social, political, cultural, and economic experiences, status, and well-being of Latinos in Michigan, the Midwest, and the United States. The series will make a substantial contribution toward increasing our understanding of the diverse and common experiences of the various groups. The series will embrace both established and emerging scholars from a broad range of disciplines, including but not limited to the social sciences, education, health, environment and natural resources, business, history, and cultural studies.

Series Editor:  Rubén O. Martinez

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Albert A. Peña Jr.
Dean of Chicano Politics
At the Core and in the Margins
Incorporation of Mexican Immigrants in Two Rural Midwestern Communities
The Chican@ Hip Hop Nation
Politics of a New Millennial Mestizaje
Latinos and the 2012 Election
The New Face of the American Voter
Latinos in the Midwest
A Study of Everyday Meanings in Hispano New Mexico
Transforming Citizenship
Democracy, Membership, and Belonging in Latino Communities
U.S. Latinos and Criminal Injustice