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Cathy Ragland is an Assistant Professor in Music and the Arts at SUNY/Empire State College. She is a former music critic for the San Antonio Express-News, Seattle Times and Austin American-Statesman, where, among many things, she wrote about Tex-Mex and Norte±a music. She is also a former folklorist and co-founder of the Mariachi Academy of New York, an after-school program in East Harlem.
Table of Contents
|Mexicanidad and Música Norteña in the "Two Mexicos"||p. 7|
|Regional Identity, Class, and the Emergence of "Border Music"||p. 27|
|Border Culture, Migration, and the Development of Early Música Norteña||p. 56|
|Modern Música Norteña and the Undocumented Immigrant||p. 100|
|Los Tigres del Norte and the Transnationalization of Música Norteña in the Working-Class Mexican Diaspora||p. 142|
|Selected Discography||p. 225|
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