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Stories of Resistance


Stories of the strength, resilience and persistence of working class people struggling against the odds including indigenous women fighting for tribal rights, women labor organizers, peace activists, Latina midwives and people living in border communities.


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Fran Leeper Buss

Fran Leeper Buss, a former welfare recipient who earned a Ph.D. in American History from the University of Arizona, has become a pioneer in the field of oral history. She has for 40 years dedicated herself to the goal of collecting the stories of marginal and working-class U....

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Katrina Jagodinsky

Katrina Jagodinsky is an Associate Professor of History at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She is the author of "Legal Codes & Talking Trees: Indigenous Women’s Sovereignty in the Sonoran and Puget Sound Borderlands, 1854-1946....

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Oscar Martínez

Oscar J. Martínez is Regents Professor of History at the University of Arizona. He has authored and edited numerous books, including "Mexico’s Uneven Development: The Geographic and Historical Context of Inequality," along with many articles, book chapters and reviews....


Books:
Memory, Meaning, and Resistance: Reflecting on Oral History and Women at the Margins
Fran Leeper Buss

University of Michigan Press
September 2017
ISBN 9780472073597
Hardcover, 226 pages
$70.00, INSTOCK
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Fran Leeper Buss, a former welfare recipient who earned a PhD in history and became a pioneer in the field of oral history, has for forty years dedicated herself to the goal of collecting the stories of marginal and working-class U. More/less

Legal Codes and Talking Trees
Katrina Jagodinsky
Indian women
Yale University Press
November 2015
ISBN 9780300211689
352 pages
$30.00, OUTOFSTOCK
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Katrina Jagodinsky s enlightening history is the first to focus on indigenous women of the Southwest and Pacific Northwest and the ways they dealt with the challenges posed by the existing legal regimes of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. More/less

Ciudad Juárez
Oscar J. Martínez
History
University of Arizona Press
November 2017
ISBN 9780816537228
Paperback, 352 pages
$29.95, NYP
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The seminal history of the iconic Mexican border city by the founder of border studies--Provided by publisher.

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