Tag: Latinx

Evicted in the Central Valley: The Avoidable Crisis and Systemic Injustice of Housing Displacement

Amber R. Crowell and Janine Nkosi Virtually nowhere in the metropolitan United States could rent be called affordable for the […]

Feudal-Aristocratic Drag: Neo-Liberal Erotic Imaginaries of California as Counterrevolutionary Heterotopia in The Mask of Zorro

LJ Frazier and Deborah Cohen Flirtatious repartee and sensuous swish of swords: gliding to and fro on soft horse stable […]

‘Vivitos y Coleando’: The Cultural Politics of the Paisa Periphery

Adrián Félix When Gustavo Arellano of the Los Angeles Times interviewed me earlier this summer about the cultural politics of […]

Los Angeles, The Automobile, and Mexican American Life

Eric Avila Genevieve Carpio Essential Los Angeles: Revisiting the Automobile (Eric Avila) Just when we thought we knew everything about […]

Greetings from Bakersfield!

Law Enforcement Corruption, White Supremacy, and Latinx Lives in California’s Deep Red South

Policing an Internal Border

LAPD, Immigration Law Enforcement, and Constructing the Criminal Alien

Seeing California’s Missions Today

Matthew Gush Robert M. Senkewicz* When I left my native New York City to begin graduate school in California almost […]

Is Boyle Heights “Worth Saving”?

The History of Gentrification in a Historic Immigrant Gateway

Welcome Children

Stories of Escape and a Land After History

Field of Dreams

Migrant Futboleros in Greater Mexico