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1 CI Lab Notes From the University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science, with the support of the Institute for Museum and Periodic research reports from the Community Informatics Research Lab #6 From the University of Illinois Graduate School of Library and Information Science, with the support of the Institute for Museum and Library Services, the Benton Foundation, and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign s Afro-American Studies and Research Program, Illinois Informatics Institute and Community Informatics Initiative Mural located at St. Pius Church, Pilsen, Chicago. Photo by Atelier Teee retrieved from flickr.com A bibliography and webliography of Mexican Chicago By Brooke Bahnsen, U. of Illinois, Héctor Hernández, Chicago Public Library, and Kate Williams, U. of Illinois This Lab Note reflects the first stage of a three-year research project known as echicago. This project is funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services and the full title of the project is Chicago community informatics: Places, Uses, Resources. Our interest here is to examine the population of Chicago, in particular a subset of ethnicities and community areas, and analyze how these communities are navigating the digital age. Stage one is to understand the communities today and discover how they are represented in cyberspace. Thus our initial products include a webliography/bibliography on each community and we are honored to partner with experts on these communities. Further work entails surveying the communities for public access computing sites (Places), interviewing members of community organizations on how they use digital tools (Uses), and helping a subset of these groups create digital resources that represent their cultural heritage and identity (Resources). The project s theoretical framework centers on social capital and social networks. The bibliography relies on resources at the U. of Illinois Library and worldcat.org. The categories in the webliography follow with minor adjustment the 21 categories laid out in Alkalimat (2004). This webliography/bibliography is a work in progress and will be updated. The urls listed reflect our recent search but are subject to change. If you know of missing items, we would appreciate hearing from you. Bibliography Aguilera, L. G. (2000). Gabriel s fire. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Alter, P. T. (2001/2002). Mexicans and Serbs in Southeast Chicago: Racial group formation during the twentieth century. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society. Retrieved May 8, 2008 from Alvarado, L., Cardinal, A. H., & Coralin, J. A. (2006). Sister Chicas: a novel. New York: New American Library. Amith, J. D. (1995). La tradición del amate: innovación y protesta en el arte mexicano. Chicago: Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum.

2 Andrade, J., Jr. (1998). A historical survey of Mexican immigration to the United States and an oral history of the Mexican settlement in Chicago, (Unpublished Ed.D dissertation, Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, 1998) Dissertations Abstracts International, 59 (05), 1434A. (UMI No ) Arceo-Frutos, R. H., Sorell, V. A., Rogouin, M., & Mexican Fine Arts Center/Museum. (1987). The barrio murals = murales del barrio: July 21-September 1, Chicago, IL: Mexican Fine Arts Center/Museum (National Museum of Mexican Art.). Ares, J. A. (1987). Results of the Hispanic survey: Mexican- Puerto Rican differentials in Chicago's Hispanic older population. Constituency data bank, no. 2. Chicago: City of Chicago, Dept. on Aging and Disability, Planning Division Arredondo, G. F. (1999). What! The Mexicans, Americans? race and ethnicity, Mexicans in Chicago, Unpublished doctoral dissertation, The University of Chicago. Arredondo, G. F. (2008). Mexican Chicago: Race, identity, and nation, Chicago: University of Illinois Press. Ayubi, Y. (1991). United States Hispanic ethnogenesis and sociopolitical mobilization. (Unpublished Ph.D dissertation, The University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, 1991). Dissertations Abstract International, 52 (06), 2277A. (UMI No ). Badikian, Cisneros, Cortez, Cumpián, Gallaher, Lopez-Castro & Niño. (1989). Emergency tacos: seven poets con picante. Chicago: March/Abrazo. Bahti, D. R. (2001). Aztlan in Arizona: Civic narrative and ritual pageantry in Mexican America. (Unpublished Ph.D dissertation, The University of Arizona, 2001). Dissertation Abstracts International, 62 (06), 2149A. (UMI No ). Baker, A. D. (1995). The social production of space of two Chicago neighborhoods: Pilsen and Lincoln Park. (Unpublished Ph.D dissertation, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1995). Dissertation Abstracts International, 56 (06), 2438A. (UMI No ). Barocio, F. J., Jr. (2004). The effects of acculturation on attitudes toward crime and justice among individuals of Mexican descent. Unpublished master s thesis, Michigan State University. Bautista, E. M. (2002). The impact of context, phenotype, and other identifiers on Latina/o adolescent ethnic identity and acculturation. (Unpublished Ph.D dissertation, University of Michigan, 2002). Dissertation Abstracts International, 63 (07), 3464B. (UMI No ). Behrend, E. H. (1986). The use of ser and estar by bilingual Mexican Americans in the Chicago area [microform]: A languages-in-contact study. (Ph.D dissertation, Universitaet Hamburg (Germany), 1986). Dissertation Abstracts International, 36 (02), C. (UMI No. CB81843). Bell, D. N. (1994). Meetings on the horizon of meaning: A cultural analysis of adolescents reading AIDS. (Ph.D. dissertation, The University of Chicago, 1994). Dissertation Abstracts International, 55 (03), 1221B. (UMI No ). Borelli, M. (1996). 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4 Garcia, L. (2006). Beyond the Latina virgin/whore dichotomy: Investigating the sexual subjectivity of Latina youth. (Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2006). Doctoral Abstract International, 67 (12). 250A. (UMI No ). Garcia, L., & Rua, M. (2007). Processing latinidad: Mapping Latino urban landscapes through Chicago ethnic festivals. Latino Studies, 5, García, M. (2005). Mexican labor migrants (re)constructing and contesting mexicanidad in Chicago. M.A. thesis, University of California, San Diego. Grams, D. (2004). Art parties and territorial markers: A comparative study of art production networks in three Chicago localities. (Ph.D. dissertation, Loyola University of Chicago, 2004). Dissertation Abstracts International, 65 (03), 1133A. (UMI No ). Guerra, J. C. (1992). An ethnographic study of the literacy practices of a Mexican immigrant family in Chicago. (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Illinois at Chicago, 1992). 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