Refugees of the Mexican Revolution

Barragán Goetz, Philis M. “Revolutionary and refined.” Reading, Writing, and Revolution : Escuelitas and the Emergence of a Mexican American Identity in Texas. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2020. Print.

De León, Arnoldo. “The Mexican Revolution’s Impact on Tejano Communities.” War Along the Border: the Mexican Revolution and Tejano Communities, Edited by Arnoldo De León. 1st ed. College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2012. Print.

Harris, Charles H., and Louis R. Sadler. The Plan de San Diego Tejano Rebellion, Mexican Intrigue. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2013. Print.

Harris, Charles H., and Louis R. Sadler. The Texas Rangers and the Mexican Revolution : the Bloodiest Decade, 1910-1920. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2004. Print.

Hernández, Sonia, and Sterling Evans. Working Women into the Borderlands. Foreword by Sterling Evans. First edition. College Station, Texas: Texas A&M University Press, 2014. Print.

Mexican American Political Advocacy

Gritter, Matthew. Mexican Inclusion : The Origins of Anti-Discrimination Policy in Texas and the Southwest, 2012, Texas A&M University Press. Print.

Green, George. Good Neighbor Commission, 2022, Texas State Historical Association. Print.

Preuss, Gene B. To Get a Better School System : One Hundred Years of Education Reform in Texas, 2009, pg. 77-93, Texas A&M University Press. Print.

Samora, Julian, et al. A History of the Mexican-American People, 1993, University of Notre Dame Press. Print.

Chicana Art Movement 

Merchant, Linda Garcia. “Chicana Feminism Virtually Remixed.” American quarterly 70.3 (2018): 605–607. Web.

Mónica González Ybarra. “‘We Have a Strong Way of Thinking . . . and It Shows through Our Words’: Exploring Mujerista Literacies with Chicana/Latina Youth in a Community Ethnic Studies Course.” Research in the teaching of English 54.3 (2020): 231–253. Print.

Park, Julie, Dowell Myers, and Tomás R Jiménez. “Intergenerational Mobility of the Mexican-Origin Population in California and Texas Relative to a Changing Regional Mainstream.” The International migration review 48.2 (2014): 442–481. Web.

Patricia A Lobo. “Reframing the New Mestiza: Identity Politics and Social Commitment in Chicana Art.” Hungarian journal of English and American studies 27.2 (2021): 337–467. Print.

Urrieta, Luis. “Identity Production in Figured Worlds: How Some Mexican Americans Become Chicana/o Activist Educators.” The Urban review 39.2 (2007): 117–144. Web.

Zapata, Joel. “Taking Chicana/o Activist History to the Public: Chicana/o Activism in the Southern Plains through Time and Space.” Great plains quarterly 38.4 (2018): 407–424. Web.

The Chicana Research and Learning Center

Conchas, Gilberto Q., and James Diego Vigil. "Multiple marginality and urban education: Community and school socialization among low-income Mexican-descent youth." Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk 15.1-2 (2010): 51-65.

Fleuriet, K. Jill, and T. S. Sunil. "Perceived social stress, pregnancy-related anxiety, depression and subjective social status among pregnant Mexican and Mexican American women in south Texas." Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 25.2 (2014): 546-561.

Jepson, Wendy. "Spaces of labor activism, Mexican‐American women and the farm worker movement in South Texas since 1966." Antipode 37.4 (2005): 679-702.

Sanchez, Delida, et al. "Familial ethnic socialization, gender role attitudes, and ethnic identity development in Mexican-origin early adolescents." Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 23.3 (2017): 335.

Suizzo, Marie-Anne, Louise E. Tedford, and Molly McManus. "Parental socialization beliefs and long-term goals for young children among three generations of Mexican American mothers." Journal of Child and Family Studies 28.10 (2019): 2813-2825.

Yoshioka, Marianne. "Substantive differences in the assertiveness of low-income African American, Hispanic, and Caucasian women." The Journal of Psychology 134.3 (2000): 243-259.