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Nicholas F. Centino

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Nicholas F. Centino is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies at UC Santa Barbara. His research interests include culture and activism of communities of color during the atomic era, as well as contemporary scenes and subcultures within the Latina/o community.

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Contested Ground: Razabilly Boogie and the Latino Rockabilly Scene

A brief history of rockabilly in Los Angeles, a full-fledged regional phenomenon with thousands of aficionados ranging from casual observers to diehard fanatics -- and many are Latinos.
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