The Chicano Database: Re-imagining Data Management as (Un)disciplinarity


The concept of the archive has become an area of general theoretical interest and is especially important to Chicano/Latino studies (My use of the term “archive” here refers to traditional repositories as well as new... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Joseph Morales (University of California, Irvine)

Topic Areas

Cultural Studies , Education , Film/Television/Media , History , Literature and Literary Studies , Social Science--Quantitative , Chicano/a -- Mexican


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