Hispanics in the Southwest
An e-book, Hispanics in the Southwest: Issues of Immigration, Education, Health, and Public Policy is the result of a Texas Tech University Center for the Southwest conference that focused on those very important issues affecting Hispanics today. Of the many papers presented, the conference committee chose thirteen for publication, and nationally known scholars were selected to introduce each section. These works represent the thinking of a group of scholars and academicians who provide provocative views and data sets that spur us to think more deeply about these issues.
Among the many contributors are Alfredo H. Benavides, Joaquín Borrego, Jr., Ramón Del Castillo, Rudolfo Chávez Chávez, M. Katherine Coe, Christian Faltis, Eugene E. García, Heriberto Godina, Josué M. González, Felipe González Castro, Ann Graham, Eva Midobouche, and Carlos G. Vélez-Ibáñez.
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