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The KUT Longhorn Radio Network Presents: Mexican American Experience Collection

Audio recordings including interviews, music, and informational programs related to the Mexican American community and their concerns in the series "The Mexican American Experience" and "A esta hora conversamos" from the Longhorn Radio Network, 1976-1982.

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Displaying 4 programs with the keyword Chicano Poetry

 

1.

Chicano Literature: The Theme Of Cultural Resistance

Theme:
Culture

Series:
Literature

Host:
Linda Fregoso

Interviewees:
Juan Rodríguez, Raul Salinas

Broadcast date:
Oct 15, 1980

Description:


Juan Rodriguez, a professor in the Center for Mexican American Studies, discusses the development of Chicano literature and poet Raul Salinas reads some of his work. Rodriguez explains that Chicano literature largely reflects its working class...

 

2.

Poetry And Its Political Context / Heroin And Its Policy Context

Themes:
Culture, Society

Series:
Social Issues

Host:
Linda Fregoso

Interviewees:
Albert Mata, Ricardo Sánchez

Broadcast date:
Jun 2, 1980

Description:


In this episode, Linda Fregoso first interviews Ricardo Sanchez about his poetry and then speaks with Dr. Albert Mata about heroin use in the Chicano Community. Dr. Ricardo Sanchez discusses prominent themes in his poetry and his interest in...

 

3.

Chicano Poetry, Chicano Organizing

Theme:
Culture

Series:
Literature

Host:
Linda Fregoso

Interviewees:
Alurista, Isidro Ortíz

Broadcast date:
May 9, 1980

Description:


Linda Fregoso first interviews Chicano poet, Alurista, about the evolution of Chicano poetry. Alurista explains that while Chicanos poetry dates to the 19th century, their work was largely confined to local audiences. In contrast, 20th century...

 

4.

The State Of Chicano Literature

Theme:
Culture

Series:
Literature

Host:
Armando Gutiérrez

Interviewee:
Ramón Saldívar

Broadcast date:
Oct 11, 1978

Description:


Dr. Ramon Saldivar discusses the history and development of Chicano Literature. He defines Chicano literature, which is a relatively new development, primarily by the background of its author and whether or not he or she identifies as Chicano....

 
 

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