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Centro Journal

CENTRO: Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies
Vol. XXIV, no. 1, Spring 2012

The Antifoundational Foundational Fiction of Piri Thomas (1928-2012)
Arnalda Cruz-Malave

Slipping and Sliding: The Many Meanings of Race in Life Histories of New York Puerto Rican Return Migrants in San Juan
Eileen J. Findlay

Asserting Their Rights: Puerto Ricans in Their Quest for Social Justice
Milagros Denis-Rosario

"Ricky Martin Ain't No Dixie Chick": Or, How We Can Learn a Few Things About Citizenship and Invisibility From Popular Culture
Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo

Puerto Rico's Language Officialization Debates:
Perspectives From a Mountain Corridor Community
Elaine Shenk

With the Focus on the 1/Eye: Shame and Narcissism in Angel Lozada's
No quiero quedarme sola y vacia (2006)
Marla Celina Bortolotto

"EI siglo XX literario esta eternamente en deuda con el siglo XX
cinematografico": una entrevista con Luis Rafael Sanchez
Raquel Puig-Campos

Sin pelos en Ia lengua: Rosario Ferre's Last Interview
Frances Negr6n-Muntaner

Book Reviews

CENTRO: Journal of the Center of Puerto Rican Studies
Vol. XXIV, no. 2 , Fall 2012

Introduction to the Special Issue
José Luis Morín

Residential Segregation, Socioeconomic Status, and Disability: A Multi-Level Study of Puerto Ricans in the United States
Giovani Burgos and Fernando Rivera

Psychosocial Stress, Social Inequality, and Mental Health in Puerto Rican Women in Upstate New York
Blanca M. Ramos

On the Relocation of Drug Users from Puerto Rico to the United States for Drug Treatment Services
Rafael A. Torruellas

Puerto Rican Girls Speak!: The Meanings of Success for Puerto Rican Girls Ages 14-18 in Hartford, Connecticut
Hilda Lloréns and Carlos García-Quijano

Recruiting and Preparing Teachers for New York Puerto Rican Communities: A Historical Public Policy Perspective
Carmen I. Mercado

Minding/Mending the Puerto Rican Education Pipeline in New York City
Luis O. Reyes

So You Want to be a Lawyer. Puerto Ricans and their Journey into the Legal Profession: Overcoming Challenges
Jenny Rivera and Jodie G. Roure

BOOK REVIEWS