The articles, creative writing, artistic production, and book reviews in this issue bring to the fore the voices and ways of being of Indigenous women, immigrant mothers/activists, and lesbian immigrant street vendors. In doing so, the authors actively engage in an in-depth critique of colonization … [Read more...]
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The scholarly essays, creative writing, art, interviews, and reviews in this issue show how productive transformational projects and the voices and images imbued within them serve to shape the field of Chicana/Latina studies. Order this Issue ARTISTS' STATEMENTS Malcriada Aesthetics/Bad … [Read more...]
The essays in this issue, in very different ways, reveal how critical Chicana feminist and Indigenous intellectual work can intervene against national and transnational multiple forms of domination. Order This Issue ARTIST'S STATEMENT Linda Vallejo Chicana Indigena as a Creative … [Read more...]
The critical and creative work in this issue stages a conversation about the intricacies of power and the concientización with which we negotiate these in everyday life. In the Chicana feminist tradition of valuing multiple forms of knowing, thinking, and feeling, we have woven them together in ways … [Read more...]
The essays in this issue expand our understanding of nation and citizenship by articulating complex views of mestizaje in the past and in the future, and both in México and the United States. Mestiza bodies are not limited to the Spanish/Indian mixture; rather, mestizaje is expanded to include … [Read more...]