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Related scholarly research and writing by the filmmaker Olga Nájera-Ramírez.

Nájera-Ramírez, Olga. 2003.  “Unruly Passions: Poetics, Performance, and Gender in the Ranchera Song.” In Chicana Feminisms: A Critical Reader, ed. Aida Hurtado, Norma Klahn, Olga Nájera-Ramírez and Patricia Zavella, 184-210. Duke University Press.

 -----. 2002. “Mounting Traditions: The Origin and Evolution of the Escaramuza Charra.” In ChicanaTraditions: Continuity and Change, ed. Norma E.  Cantú and Olga Nájera-Ramírez, 207-223. University of Illinois Press.

 -----.  2002. “The Charreada in the United States.” In Art of Charrería: A Mexican Tradition, 17-21. Los Angeles: Autry Museum of Western Heritage.

 -----.  2002. “Haciendo Patria:  The Charreada and the Formation of a Mexican Transnational Identity.” In Transnational Latina/o Communities:  Politics, Processes, and Culture, eds. Carlos Velez-Ibanez and Anna Sampaio, 167-180.  Boulder, CO:  Rowan and Littlefield Press.

 -----. 2000. “Discursos Transnacionales Sobre la Charreada, La Violencia y lo Mexicano.” In Las Nuevas Fronteras del Siglo XXI:  Dimensions Culturales, Polîticas y Socioeconomicas de las Relaciones México-Estados Unidos, eds. Alejandro Alvarez Béjar, Norma Klahn, Frederico Manchón and Pedro Castillo, 195-210. Mexico: La Jornada Ediciones.

 -----.1996. “The Racialization of a Debate:  The Charreada as Tradition or Torture?” American Anthropology 98 (3): 505-511 

 -----.1994.  “Engendering Nationalism:  Identity, Discourse, and the Mexican Charro,” Anthropological Quarterly 67(1): 1-14.

Acknowledgements to: Olga Nájera-Ramírez

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