Chicana feminisms : a critical reader / edited by Gabriela F. Arredondo [and others].

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Other Authors: Arredondo, Gabriela F.
Language:English
Published: Durham [N.C.] : Duke University Press, 2003.
Series:Post-contemporary interventions.
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Physical Description:xii, 391 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Format: Book
Contents:
  • Cartohistografia: continente de una voz / Cartohistography: one voice's continent / Elba Rosario Sánchez
  • Response: translating herstory: a reading of and responses to Elba Rosario Sánchez / Renato Rosaldo
  • Contested histories: las hijas de Cuauhtémoc, Chicana feminisms, and print culture in the Chicano movement, 1968-1973 / Maylei Blackwell
  • Response: Chicana print culture and Chicana studies: a testimony to the development of Chicana feminist culture / Anna NietoGomez
  • The writing of Canícula: breaking boundaries, finding forms / Norma E. Cantú
  • Response: sad movies make me cry / Ruth Behar
  • Literary (re)mappings: autobiographical (dis)placements by Chicana writers / Norma Klahn
  • Response: (re)mapping Mexicanidades: (re)locating Chicana writings and translation politics / Claire Joysmith
  • Chronotope of desire: Emma Pérez's Gulf dreams / Ellie Hernández
  • Response: the lessons of Chicana lesbian fictions and theories / Sergio de la Mora
  • Unruly passions: poetics, performance, and gender in the Ranchera song / Olga Nájera-Ramírez
  • Response: y volver a sufrir: nuevos acercamientos al melodrama / José Manuel Valenzuela Arce
  • Translation of response: and to suffer again: new approaches to melodrama / Rebecca M. Gámez
  • Talkin' sex: Chicanas and Mexicanas theorize about silences and sexual pleasures / Patricia Zavella
  • Response: questions of pleasure / Michelle Fine
  • Underground feminisms: Inocencia's story / Aída Hurtado
  • Response: grounding feminisms through la vida de inocencia / Gabriela F. Arredondo
  • Domesticana: the sensibility of Chicana rasquachismo / Amalia Mesa-Bains
  • Response: invention as critique: neologisms in Chicana art theory / Jennifer González
  • Reproduction and miscegenation on the borderlands: mapping the maternal body of Tejanas / Rosa Linda Fregoso
  • Response: the sterile cuckoo Racha: debugging Lone star / Ann du Cille
  • Anzalduúa's Frontera: inscribing gynetics / Norma Alarcón
  • Response: inscribing gynetics in the Bolivian Andes / Maria Stephenson.