Publications

Articles & Encyclopedia Entries by Dr. Orozco

Articles

“Regionalism, Politics, and Gender in Southwestern History: The League of United
Latin American Citizens’ (LULAC) Expansion into New Mexico from Texas,
1929-1945,” Western Historical Quarterly XXIX: 4 (November 1998): 459-483
Reprint in En Aquel Entonces: Readings in Mexican-American History, ed.
Manuel G. Gonzales (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2000).

“Chicano and Latino Arts and Culture Institutions in the Southwest: The Politics of Space,
Race, and Money,” in Latinos in Museums: A Heritage Reclaimed, ed. Antonio Rios-
Bustamante and Christine Marin (Malabar, Florida: Krieger Publishing Co., 1998): 95-107.

“Alice Dickerson Montemayor: Feminism and Mexican American Politics in Texas in the
1930s,” Writing the Range: Race, Class, and Culture in the American Women’s West, ed.
Elizabeth Jameson and Susan Armitage (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1997):
435-456.

Beyond Machismo, La Familia, and Ladies Auxiliaries: A Historiography of Mexican-Origin Women’s Participation in Voluntary Associations and Politics in the United States, 1870-1990,” Renato Rosaldo Lecture Series 10, 1992-93 (Tucson: Mexican American Studies & Research Center, University of Arizona, 1994):37-78; Reprinted in Perspectives in Mexican American Studies 5 (Tucson: Mexican American Studies & Research Center, University of Arizona: 1995): 1-34.

“Getting Started in Chicana Studies,” in Ideas and Resources for Integrating Women’s
Studies to the Curriculum III, ed. Myra Dinnerstein and Betty Schmitz (Tucson:
Southwest Institute for Research on Women, 1989):31-52; Reprint in Women Studies Quarterly XVIII: 1 & 2 (Spring/Summer 1990): 46-69.

“Sexism in Chicano Studies and the Community,” Chicana Voices: Intersections of Class, Race, and Gender (Austin: Center for Mexican American Studies, University of Texas Press, 1986): 11-18; Reprinted in Chicana Feminist Thought, The Basic Historical Readings, ed. Alma M. Garcia (New York: Routledge, 1997): 265-270.

“Alonso S. Perales and His Struggle for the Civil Rights of La Raza through the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) in Texas: Incansable Soldado del Civismo Pro-Raza,” in In Defense of My People Alonso S. Perales and the Development of Mexican-American Public Intellectuals, ed. Michael A. Olivas (Houston: Arte Publico Press, 2013)

Encyclopedia Entries

New Handbook of Texas

  • Casimiro Pérez Alvarez
  • American Council of Spanish-Speaking Persons
  • Josephine Juana Cavasos Barnard
  • Frank L. Chapa
  • Chicana Rights Project (MALDEF)
  • Círculo Cultural Isabel La Catolica
  • Clinica de la Beneficencia Mexicana
  • Comision Honorifica Mexicana
  • Gregorio Córtez
  • Pablo Cruz
  • José Antonio de la Garza
  • Del Rio ISD v. Salvatierra
  • Simón G. Dominguez
  • Emigrant Agent Act
  • Josefina Escajeda
  • Eleuterio Escobar Jr.
  • Ana Salazar de Esparza
  • Eva Carrillo García
  • Gustavo C. García
  • Matias William García
  • Bernardo F. Garza
  • Gilberto A. Garza
  • Higinio Garza Jr.
  • Manuel C. Gonzales
  • Elvira Rodríguez de Gonzales
  • Fermina Guerra
  • Gustavo G. Guerra
  • Harlingen Convention
  • María L. de Hernández
  • Hidalgo County Rebellion
  • Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas
  • Clemente N. Idar
  • Eduardo Idar
  • Intercultural Development Research Association
  • Petra Vela de Vidal Kenedy
  • Pauline Rochester Kibbe
  • Ladies LULAC
  • League of United Latin American Citizens
  • Alicia Guadalupe Elizondo de Lozano
  • Ester Machuca
  • Eulalio H. Marin
  • Consuelo Herrera Méndez
  • Mexican American Democrats
  • Mexican American Legislative Caucus
  • Mexican American Republicans of Texas
  • Mexican American women
  • Mujeres por la Raza
  • Edmundo Eduardo Mireles
  • Alice Dickerson Montemayor
  • Carolina Malpica Munguia
  • José Romulo Munguia Torres
  • Antonio Victor Navarro
  • Nuecestown Raid of 1875
  • Order Knights of America
  • Order Sons of America
  • Maria Elena Zamora O’Shea
  • Alonso S. Perales
  • Porvenir Massacre
  • Lino Perez Sr.
  • Selena Quintanilla Pérez
  • José Agustin Quintero
  • Emilia Wilhemina Schunior Ramirez
  • Reds & Blues
  • Cleto L. Rodriguez
  • Hermelinda Morales Rodríguez
  • Elvira Rodriguez de Gonzales
  • Rodríguez v. San Antonio I.S.D.
  • María Sada
  • Service, Education, and Redevelopment
  • School Improvement League
  • Spanish Speaking PTA
  • John C. Solis
  • Texans for the Educational Advancement of Mexican Americans
  • Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce
  • Texas Council on Human Relations
  • Texas Industrial Areas Foundation
  • William C. Velasquez
  • Viva Kennedy Clubs

Latinas in the United States, an Historical Encyclopedia

  • 21 entries in Latinas in the United States, an Historical Encyclopedia (Indiana University Press, 2006)
  • Josephine Juana Cavasos Barnard
  • Chicana Rights Project
  • Circulo Cultural Isabel la Catolica
  • Clinica Beneficiencia Mexicana
  • Josefina Escajeda
  • Eva Garcia
  • Fermina Guerra
  • Maria Latigo Hernandez
  • Alicia Guadalupe Elizondo de Lozano
  • LULAC
  • Ester Machuca
  • Consuelo Herrera Mendez
  • Alicia Dickerson Montemayor
  • Mujeres por la Raza
  • Aurora E. Orozco
  • Maria Elena O'Shea
  • Elvira Rodriguez de Gonzalez
  • Maria Sada
  • Emilia W. Schunior Ramirez
  • Hermelinda Morales Rodriguez

Newspaper Articles

“Texas Should be Learning about Mexican-American Culture, Austin American Statesman, April 10, 2018

“Pioneer woman of Mexican American Civil Rights,” Corpus Christi Caller, Nov. 16, 2017

“Hurd and Wyeth Exhibit at Hubbard Museum,” Ruidoso News, Oct. 13, 2017

“A ‘Railroad Town’ is Getting More Books While Recognizing its History, Carrizozo and Educator and Historian Bill Thorpe Celebrate the Local Heritage,” La Cronica de Nuevo Mexico, No. 107 (Summer 2017)

“Ben Garza, LULAC’s first president,” Corpus Christi Times, August 22, 2017

“Hubbard Museum set to host Cinco de Mayo celebration,” Ruidoso News, May 5, 2017

“Hubbard Museum of the American West forms Friends Group,” Ruidoso News, November 29, 2016

“Life of Juan Patron to Highlight Day of the Dead,” Ruidoso News, 2016

 “England Appreciates the US and Dr. Martin Luther King,” Ruidoso News, July 4, 2014

 “Cinco de Mayo: A Day for All Mexicans and Americans to Celebrate,” Ruidoso News, May 2, 2014

 “A Short History of Ruidoso’s Development,” Ruidoso News, May 2, 2014

“Dave McGary: Artist of the American West and American Indians,” Ruidoso News, May 2014

 “Ranch History of Lincoln County,” Ruidoso News, April 2014

 “The Colorful History of Ruidoso Downs,” Ruidoso News, March 2014

“Isleta Pueblo Exhibit” Ruidoso News, March 2014

 “The History of the Hubbard Museum of the American West, Ruidoso News, February 2014

“Phillips family fought to preserve area history,” Ruidoso News, February 2014

 “The History of the Hubbard Museum of the American West,” Ruidoso Free Press, Nov., 2013

 “Hispanos and Mexicans in Lincoln County,” Ruidoso Free Press, Nov. 2013

 “Carmon and Leona Mae Phillips,” Ruidoso Free Press, Nov. 2013

 “Ruidoso Public Library’s Children’s Books about Mexico,” Ruidoso Free Press, April 30, 2013; Ruidoso News, May 1, 2013

“No Julian Castro without Mother Rosie Castro,” San Antonio Express, September 2012

 “Sandy Stambaugh saw ENMU Ruidoso Grows, “Ruidoso Free Press, September 2012

 “Juanita Garcia and ENMU,” Ruidoso Free Press, September 2012

 “ENMU and Corona Schools,” Ruidoso Free Press, August 2012

 “The Role of the Rotary Club in the making of ENMU-Ruidoso,” Ruidoso Free Press, August 2012

“The Founding of ENMU-Ruidoso,” Ruidoso Free Press, August 2012

“The Story of ENMU-Ruidoso:  The First Twenty Years,” ENMU Ruidoso Founders’ Day Dinner Program, April 21, 2012

“Keep the Old Mill Turning,” Ruidoso News, August 2012

 “Fort Stanton Inc. has rich history of volunteerism,” Ruidoso News, July 2012

 “El Paso Should Strive to Preserve the Legacy of Jimenez,” El Paso Times, Sept. 2011

 “Valley’s Role in LULAC Foundation,” McAllen Monitor, Aug. 2011

 “Aurora E. Orozco,” Texas chapter, National Association for Chicano and Chicana Studies conference program, McAllen, Feb. 2011

“Celebrate Gifts of Diez y Seis,” Albuquerque Journal, Sept. 2010

“Brief History of LULAC in Austin,” La Voz, Aug./Sept. 2010

 “LULAC Has Long History in New Mexico,” Albuquerque Journal, July 2010

“Sesquicentennial History & Humanities Conference Slated for May,” Fort Stanton Bugle, Spring 2005: 4

 “Take Five for Cinco de Mayo,” Ruidoso News, May 2000

“Learn from the Past: Cinco de Mayo,” Albuquerque Journal, May 2000

“Mexico Celebrates its Birth Today,” Albuquerque Journal, Sept. 1999

“Viva la Independencia de Mexico,” Ruidoso News, Sept. 1999

 “Ben and Adelaida Garza Gave to LULAC,” Corpus Christi Times, July 1999

“City Should Honor Cesar Chavez in Street Name,” Albuquerque Journal, April 1996

“Alice Dickerson Montemayor’s Feminist Challenge to LULAC in the 1930s,”

Intercultural Development Research Association Newsletter, (San Antonio) Mar.1996: 11-14

“Mexican-Origin Women’s Organizational Heritage,” La Voz de Esperanza, (San Antonio)

Mar. 1996: 4-11

“New Mexico LULAC Celebrates 50th Year,” Albuquerque Journal, Feb.1996

“Accidental Emergence of the Latina,” Austin American Statesman, Aug.1995

“Media Images of Latinas: The Cases of Rosa Lopez and Selena,” Arriba, May 5, 1995

“Critic uninformed on racism,” San Antonio Express-News, October 5, 1994

“CAB had it right the first time,” San Antonio Express-News, August 29, 1994

“Adding Tejano History to History Book,” Texas Hispanic Magazine, Feb. 1992

“The LULAC Milestones,” Texas State LULAC Convention Program, Spring 1990

“LULAC’s Beginning-- Seeking Justice,” LULAC National Reporter, July 1989

“Las Mujeres de LULAC desean mas independencia,” La Opinion, Los Angeles, May 1986

“Viva la Independencia de Mexico,” Ruidoso News, Sept. 1999

 “Ben and Adelaida Garza Gave to LULAC,” Corpus Christi Times, July 1999

“City Should Honor Cesar Chavez in Street Name,” Albuquerque Journal, April 1996

“Alice Dickerson Montemayor’s Feminist Challenge to LULAC in the 1930s,”

Intercultural Development Research Association Newsletter, (San Antonio) Mar.1996: 11-14

“Mexican-Origin Women’s Organizational Heritage,” La Voz de Esperanza, (San Antonio)

Mar. 1996: 4-11

“New Mexico LULAC Celebrates 50th Year,” Albuquerque Journal, Feb.1996

“Accidental Emergence of the Latina,” Austin American Statesman, Aug.1995

“Media Images of Latinas: The Cases of Rosa Lopez and Selena,” Arriba, May 5, 1995

“Critic uninformed on racism,” San Antonio Express-News, October 5, 1994

“CAB had it right the first time,” San Antonio Express-News, August 29, 1994

“Adding Tejano History to History Book,” Texas Hispanic Magazine, Feb. 1992

“The LULAC Milestones,” Texas State LULAC Convention Program, Spring 1990

“LULAC’s Beginning-- Seeking Justice,” LULAC National Reporter, July 1989

“Las Mujeres de LULAC desean mas independencia,” La Opinion, Los Angeles, May 1986

“Salazar, historia, memoria y legado,” La Opinion, Los Angeles, August 1985

“Opinion—The CSRC Women’s Unit,” La Gente, Jan./Feb. 1987

“Chicana Studies at UCLA,” Noticias de Aztlan (UCLA Chicano Studies Center), Winter 1986

“Chicana Studies Moves Forward,” Together, June 1986 (alias name Christina Gonzalez)

“14th Annual NACS Conference,” La Gente, May 1986

“Critical Decisions in Critical Times,” RAGS, Spring 1986

“Chicana Forum Discusses Sexism in Chicano Studies, Chicana Feminism at UCLA,” RAGS, 1986

“Raza Women’s Forum,” La Gente (February 1986)

“CSCR Appoints Coordinator for Women’s Unit,” Raza Graduate Student Newsletter, Jan./Feb. 1986

“Chicana Studies Message,” La Gente, Jan. 1986

“14th Annual NACS Conference,” La Gente, May 1986

“The New Bracero Program, La Gente, Nov. 1985

“Chicano Moratorium,” La Gente, Oct. 1985

“Rape: every woman’s issue, One woman’s too close encounter,” Together, UCLA, June 7, 1985

“Racism & Power Between Races,” Daily Bruin, UCLA, April 18, 1986

“The Politics of Power, Interview with Luz Calvo,” La Gente, Mar. 1985

“Editorial: The Chicana Movement: Has it Really Moved,” La Gente, Mar. 1985

“Voces de la Mujer: A Report of the 1984 NACS Conference,” La Gente, April/May 1984

(with Isabel Vazquez-Camarena, Merrihelen Ponce Adame, and Marta Arguello

“My recollections of NACS Conferences,” La Gente (March/Apr. 1984)           

“Chicana Labor History: A Critique of Male Consciousness in Historical Writing,” La Gente,

Mar. 1984 (also published in La Red)

“Digo Yo Como Mujer,” La Gente, Jan./Feb. 1984

“Feminism: How Chicanos “Skirt” the Issue,” La Gente, June 1983

“My Recollections of Past NACS Conferences,” La Gente, Mar/Apr. 1983

“The Struggle for Chicana Studies,” La Gente, May 1983

“Cronica Feminista,” La Gente, Feb. 1983

“Women’s Perspective,” La Gente, Jan. 1983

“Latina: The Magazine for the Changing Mexican Woman,” La Gente, Nov. 1982

“Esquina Femenina,” La Gente, Oct. 1982

“Please help me complete LULAC history,” Latino (LULAC national magazine), Dec. 1981

“Chicano Movement Without Women,” La Gente, June 1981

“Rape-Don’t be a Statistic,” La Gente, Nov. 1980

 Letters to the Editor

 “Historians’ opinions vary,” Albuquerque Journal, July 1, 2014

 “Let’s learn more about Mexico,” Albuquerque Journal, May 24, 2013

 “Cinco de Mayo a day for all Americans,” Ruidoso News, May 4, 2011

 “Who’s Local and who’s not?” Ruidoso News, Nov. 30, 2007

 “Community Involvement,” Ruidoso News, Mar. 26, 2004

“Cuero School Board and Minorities in Cuero,” ca. 1988

“The Anniversary of Ruben Salazar’s Death,” Los Angeles Times, Sept. 14, 1985

 “On Chicana Unity,” Daily Texan, UT Austin, Jan. 30, 1979

“Racist Mentality,” Daily Texan, UT Austin, Nov. 2, 1978

“Past Relevant,” Daily Texan, UT Austin, Feb. 7, 1978

Cuero Record, June 1976 (Support for Coach Teague)

 Cuero Record, June 1976 (Fired for speech)

Cuero Record, December 1975 (lost football game)