Table of contents for Latino/a discourses on language, identity, and literacy education / edited by Michelle Hall Kells, Valerie Balester, Victor Villanueva.


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Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction: Discourse and "Cultural Bumping," by Michelle Hall Kells 
and Valerie Balester, with Victor Villanueva	i	
1.	Emerging Representations, Situated Literacies, and the Practice of 
Transcultural Repositioning, by Juan C. Guerra	1
2. Understanding the Rhetorical Value of Tejano Codeswitching, by
Michelle Hall Kells	35
3. Bridging Rhetoric and Composition Studies with Chicano 
and Chicana Studies: A Turn to Critical Pedagogy, by Jaime Mejía	67
4. Keepin' It Real: Hip Hop and El Barrio, by Jon A. Yasin	 98
5. Valerio's Walls and the Rhetorics of the Everyday, by Ralph Cintron	123
6. No nos dejaremos: Writing in Spanish as an Act of Resistance, by 
Daniel Villa										153	
7. Visions of the City: A Classroom Experience, by Sarah Cortez	175
8. Creating an Identity: Personal, Academic, and Civic Literacies, 
by Diana Cárdenas	211
Tertulia: Commentary by Cecilia Rodríguez Milanés, Linda Flower, Beverly Moss, and Marco Portales	234
Connections: An Afterword, by Victor Villanueva 	262
Author Profiles	270




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Hispanic Americans Education (Higher) Social aspects, English language Rhetoric Study and teaching Social aspects United States, Hispanic Americans Ethnic identity, Literacy Social aspects United States, Language and culture United States