The Pedagogy, Power, and Politics of Excellence in Latina/o Schools and Communities
Yolanda Medina and Ángeles Donoso Macaya
Critical Studies of Latinos/as in the Americas is a provocative interdiscipli-nary series that offers a critical space for reflection and questioning what it means to be Latino/a living in the Americas in twenty-first century social, cultural, economic, and political arenas. The series looks forward to extend-ing the dialogue to include the North and South Western hemispheric rela-tions that are prevalent in the field of global studies.
Topics that explore and advance research and scholarship on contempo-rary topics and issues related with processes of racialization, economic ex-ploitation, health, education, transnationalism, immigration, gendered and sexual identities, and disabilities that are not commonly highlighted in the current Latino/a Studies literature as well as the multitude of socio, cultural, economic, and political progress among the Latinos/as in the Americas are welcome.
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