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As issues of power and social order loom large in Angelstown, Ralph Cintron shows how eruptions on the margins of the community are emblematic of a deeper disorder. In their language and images, the members of a Lati community in a midsized American city create self-respect under conditions of disrepect. Cintron's invative ethgraphy offers a beautiful portrait of a struggling Mexican-American community and shows how people (including ethgraphers) make sense of their lives through cultural forms.
Ralph Cintron is associate professor of rhetoric at the University of Iowa, Iowa City.