HISI Publishing Division

HISI began its book publishing division in 2002. Since then, we have published
more than 60 titles in English, Spanish and bilingual.

To order any of HISI's books, or to obtain more information please call (480) 646-9401

We accept Purchase Orders. For all mail orders, please remember to include the ISBN, your name, mailing
address, and phone number. Add $3.99 for shipping & handling; (If ordering more than one copy, add the
cost for each book plus $1.00 s/h fee per each additional book purchased.)
We accept Purchase Orders from libraries and bookstores. Some tiltes are available through Ingram
Advance Catalog.

Please mail purchase orders, checks or money orders to: HISI  PO Box 50553 Mesa, Arizona 85208-0028
Hispanic Institute of Social Issues © 2005-2018 - All Rights Reserved.
Recent titles
Portada del libro Nacozari de García, Tres siglos de historia y minería del autor Ernesto Ibarra, y publicasdo por Hispanic Institute of Social Issues.
Portada del libro Por unas botas de piel la cultura del narco de brujos y pachucos.escrito por Sergio Octavio Díaz Herrera. Foto: HISI © 2016
Born on the Border, Minutemen Vigilantes, Origins of Arizona’s Anti-Immigrant Movement, and a Call for Increased Civil Disobedience by Ray Ybarra Maldonado. Book publsihed by HISI
Portada del libro Pedro Ultreras La bestia, Tragedia de migrantes centroamericanos en Mexico. HISI © 2012
Los zapatos del inmigrante y otros escritos 9781936885060 Eduardo Barraza
Day of the Dead, Sophia Remembers book cover.
Portada del libro Coyotes en el cine fronterizo por Juan Villa
Documented Dreams Compiled by Yvonne Watterson Photos by Eduardo Barraza
"To serve and educate"
Hispanic Institute of Social Issues
Raul H. Yzaguirre: Seated at the Table of Power
Dichos de mi Padre: Sayings of my Father by Geneva Maria Escobedo
NEW! Special publication (in Spanish)
The Death of Professional Boxing by Roger Yanez
This is as special edition in Spanish of Barriozona
published to mark the 40 years of the
finding of Coyolxauhqui.

The carved stone of the Mexica, or Aztec,
civilization found by chance on February 21, 1978
unleashed an archaeological chain reaction that in
the following months and years led to the
excavation of the ruins of the Great Temple of
Coyolxauhqui, hallazgo clave de la arqueología mexicana Edición especial - Barriozona Magazine