Dating from 1984 to 1995, files include clippings, correspondence, course materials, and student papers about the murals at
Casa Zapata. Included are letters to and from Casa Zapata muralist José Antonio "Tony" Burciaga, records from the “Murals
as Social Conscience Art” and “Enfoque Femenil” courses offered as part of the Stanford Workshops on Political and Social
Issues (SWOPSI) program, as well as several clippings related to the controversial mural “The Spirit of Hoover.”
Casa Zapata is a Chicano/Latino ethnic theme dorm at Stanford University, known for its many cultural heritage murals.
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