Books, Monographs, and Other Items

The following are works that have been supported by or published in cooperation with UC MEXUS. Follow the links where available for ordering information.

Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos
A biannual journal featuring articles in either English or Spanish
which examine cultural, historical, political, social, economic, and
scientific factors affecting Mexico's development.
order from the UC Press

Common Border, Uncommon Paths:
Race, Culture, and National Identity in U.S.-Mexican Relations
edited by Jaime E. Rodríguez O. and Kathryn Vincent,
SR Books, Wilmington, Delaware. 1997.
order from SR Books

Mexico and the United States, Neighbors in Crisis
edited by Daniel G. Aldrich, Jr. and Lorenzo Meyer,
The Borgo Press, San Bernardino, California. 1993.

Myths, Misdeeds, and Misunderstandings:
The Roots of Conflict in U.S.-Mexican Relations
edited by Jaime E. Rodríguez O. and Kathryn Vincent,
SR Books, Wilmington, Delaware. 1997.
order from SR Books

Sucesión Presidencial: The 1988 Presidential Election
edited by Edgar W. Butler and Jorge A. Bustamante,
Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado. 1991.

The following publications are available from UC MEXUS:

Alternative Futures for the Salton Sea
The UC MEXUS Border Water Project
Issue Paper Number 1
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The Challenge: A Plan for Universitywide Diversity
Subcommittee of the SCR 43 Task Force,
UC MEXUS, Riverside, 1989.
order from UC MEXUS

The Challenge: Latinos in a Changing California
SCR 43 Task Force,
UC MEXUS, Riverside, 1989.
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Latinos in California: Report of the Activities Funded by the
University of California Committee on Latino Research
edited by Kathryn L. Roberts,
UC MEXUS, Riverside, 1995.
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Poster from the UC MEXUS Conference
"Latinos in California" October 20-21,1995
Image of Balance, 1990 10' x 30' Acrylic on Canvas,
One Panel from the World Wall,
"A Vision of the Furure Without Fear."
Used with Permission of the Artist, Judith Baca.
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Poster from the UC MEXUS Conference
"Mexico and the United States in the Context
of Global Migration" October 24-25, 1997
Image from Jacob Lawrence: The Immigration
Series, Panel no. 3, 1940-1941, Tempera on
Masonite, 18" x 12", "From Every Southern Town
Migrants Left by the Hundreds to Travel North,"
(Text 1993). Used Courtesy of the Artist, Francine
Seders Gallery, Seattle, WA, and With Permission
of the Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.
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