A. Midwest and Chicago Pan-Latin@ Studies (CPLS)

 

B. Research Online Studies about Mexicans in Chicago

1.  Early Articles and Theses

2.  Mexican in Chicago Conference Papers

3.  Chicago Transnational Studies Conference Papers

4.  Recent Books and articles

Juan Mora-Torres. Chicago, los mexicanos y el Primero de Mayo.
www.elbeisman.com/article.php?action=read&id=685.

Jaime Alanís.  BlowOuts: Latinismo and Chicanismo in Late 1960s Chicag.
www.elbeisman.com/article.php?action=read&id=344

Juan Mora-Torres y Franky Piña.  Mújica: “Los derechos de los trabajadores son el corazón de la campaña”.
www.elbeisman.com/article.php?action=read&id=529

Chris Sirridge.  Latino Political Organization in Chicago’s Pilsen and Little Village.
www.elbeisman.com/article.php?action=read&id=1039

Juan Mora-Torres. Pilsen’s First Via Crucis, 1977: Chicago’s Urban Crisis, Faith, and Immigrants.
www.elbeisman.com/article.php?action=read&id=161

Juan Mora-Torres. News Dossier Reviews Videos Dossier in the world. La Villita: “The Mexican Capital of the Midwest”.  Part I/III.
www.elbeisman.com/article.php?action=read&id=1040

Juan Mora-Torres.  26th Street, in Chicago, “exuded a distinct Latin aura: La Villita: “The Mexican Capital of the Midwest,” Part II/III.
www.elbeisman.com/article.php?action=read&id=1059.

C. Reviews of  RecentBooks on Latino Chicago

Juan Ignacio Mora.  Lilia Fernandez.  Brown in the Windy City.
www.elbeisman.com/article.php?action=read&id=1041

 

D. Chicago Latino memories-People and Places

“Adiós a lo mejor: The Closing of Tres Américas Books” 2016-03-07.
http://www.elbeisman.com/article.php?action=read&id=1013.

Antonio Zavala “Art Notes” 2016-02-26.
http://www.elbeisman.com/article.php?action=read&id=997

Alejandro Ferre.  “Las librerías también tienen su alma.”  2016-03-15 12:11:0.
http://www.elbeisman.com/article.php?action=read&id=1017