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2005 Volume II
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|1.||Taste the Richness of Mexico
|2.||The Ceramic History of the Olmec Culture
|3.||Studying the Biographies of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera
|4.||"Viva La Raza", Students inherit their Culture through Art research
|5.||Conflict and Resolution through Sports: A Question of Civil Rights: The 1968 Olympics and Tlatelolco
Carol M Petett
|6.||Representations of Family in Mexican Art
|7.||Multiple Perspectives on the Spanish Invasion of Mexico
|8.||An Approach to Biology, Population Dynamics, and Disease via the Analysis of Mexican Art, History, and Texts
|9.||The Influence of Mexican Muralists on Wpa Art
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