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Title Ethnic historians and the mainstream : shaping the nation's immigration story / edited by Alan M. Kraut and David A. Gerber.

Publication Info. New Brunswick, New Jersey : Rutgers University Press, 2013.

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Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction / David A. Gerber -- Worlds Apart and Together : From Italian American Girlhood to Historian of Immigration / Virginia Yans -- Sidewalk Histories / Deborah Dash Moore -- Coal Town Chronicles and Scholarly Books / John Bodnar -- Ethnic and Racial Identities : A Polish Filipina's Progress in Chicago and the Profession / Barbara M. Posadas -- From Back of the Yards to the College Classroom / Dominic A. Pacyga -- Why Irish? : Writing Irish American History / Timothy J. Meagher -- In Our Own Words : Reclaiming Chinese/American/Women's History / Judy Yung -- Ordinary People / Eileen H. Tamura -- Americana / MarĂ­a Cristina Garcia -- Meddling in the American Dilemma : Examining Race, Migrations, and Identities from an Africana Transnational Perspective / Violet M. Showers Johnson -- Ethnic Historians and the Mainstream : Shaping America's Immigration Story from Uncle Mustafa to Auntie Rana : Journeys to Mexico, the U.S., and Lebanon / Theresa Alfaro-Velcamp -- Coda / Alan M. Kraut.
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Subject United States -- Ethnic relations -- Historiography.
United States -- Race relations -- Historiography.
Immigrants -- United States -- Historiography.
United States -- Emigration and immigration -- Historiography.
Historiography -- United States.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Kraut, Alan M.
Gerber, David A., 1944-
Other Form: Print version: Ethnic historians and the mainstream 9780813562254 (DLC) 2013000423 (OCoLC)825198014
ISBN 9781461952077 (electronic bk.)
1461952077 (electronic bk.)
9780813562261 (electronic bk.)
0813562260 (electronic bk.)