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Fall 2016, 19:2

Diálogo, an Interdisciplinary Studies Journal
Cheap Labor Required: Mexican Arms Helping the U.S. Grow after World War II
Elizabeth Coonrod Martínez
Opening the Archives: Legacies of the Bracero Program
Bill Johnson González and Mireya Loza
Creating a Bracero Archive: Collaborations, Collections, and Challenges
Steve Velásquez
Unionizing the Impossible: Ernesto Galarza and Alianza de Braceros Confront PL78
Mireya Loza
El examen de los cuerpos: Hombres saludables, óptimos y productivos durante los procesos de contratación de braceros, 1942-1964
Juan Miguel Sarricolea Torres
Mexican Immigrants’ Perceptions and Attitudes: Evidence from Popular Songs of the Bracero Program Era
Verónica Calvillo
Farmworkers and the Alternative Food Movement in U.S. Debates about Citizenship, Immigration, and Agricultural Labor
Sarah D. Wald
Anthony Mann’s Border Incident, the Bracero Program, and the Government Procedural
Bill Johnson González
Slow and Sudden Deaths: Reflecting on the Chualar Tragedy of 1963 and the Persisting Traumas of the Bracero Program
Lori A. Flores

Interviews

Interview with Late-term Bracero, Adán Martínez Chávez
Alejandra Amezcua
Alfredo Reyes López: A Bracero Narrative Nearly 100 Years in the Making
Elena Avilés
Padre e hijo: Aprendizaje de Bracero
Anaís Acosta
A Father/Son Bracero Experience
Translation of interview by Anaís Acosta

Rincón Creativo

Excerpt from Aventuras de un bracero
Jesús Topete, Translation by Bill Johnson González
Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Pupusa
Claudia Castro Luna
Agua de luna
Luz del mar
Candenciosa poesía corporal
Xánath Caraza
A propósito del “Taller de poesía ecfrástica”
Juana Iris Goergen
La vida, las vidas, a través del árbol
Bruktawit Goshu
Pintor de los ángeles
Cynthia Palencia
Árbol de vida
Jeanine Moon
El sendero
Kelsey Ettlinger
El futuro de hoy
En mi América
Juanita Mendoza
Voladores
Juana Iris Goergen