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of California (Cambridge University Press), Look Away: The U.S. South in New World Studies (Duke UP), María Amparo Ruiz de Burton: Critical and Pedagogical Perspectives (U of Nebraska P), Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage (Arte Público Press), and I Am Aztlán: The Personal Essay in Chicano Studies (UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center). His book, Remembering the Hacienda: History and Memory in the Mexican American Southwest, a study of nineteenth-century U.S. Hispanic fiction and autobiography, was published by Texas A&M University Press. Currently director of the UNLV Writing Center, Gina M. Sully earned her PhD at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She is the Associate Editor of Popular Culture Review, and on the editorial board of the Journal for Critical Animal Studies. She also teaches Women’s Studies at the College of Southern Nevada. Her areas of research include the influences of socioeconomic status on learning strategies, and the impacts of interactions with pop culture on identity formation and expression. William N. Thompson is Professor Emeritus of Public Administration at the University of Nevada