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A native of Mexico City, Alfredo Mirandé is Distinguished Professor of sociology and ethnic studies at the University of California, Riverside. He is the author of many articles in academic journals and nine books, including La Chicana: The Mexican-American Woman (co-authored with Evangelina Enríquez), Jalos, USA: Transnational Community and Identity, Rascuache Lawyer: Toward a Theory of Ordinary Litigation, and Hombres y Machos: Masculinity and Latino Culture.
Alfredo Mirandé (2 Titles)

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Behind the Mask
Gender Hybridity in a Zapotec Community
By Alfredo Mirandé

Rascuache Lawyer
Toward a Theory of Ordinary Litigation
By Alfredo Mirandé

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