C/LS 10(2) Spring 2011

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This issue evidences that scholars and activists who study the sociocultural worlds in which we interact continue to create knowledge in ways that speak to alternative possibilities.

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Detail from "Soy Inmigrante, 2010” by Liliana Wilson

Detail from “Soy Inmigrante, 2010” by Liliana Wilson

This issue evidences that scholars and activists who study the sociocultural worlds in which we interact continue to create knowledge in ways that speak to alternative possibilities.


ARTIST’S STATEMENT

Liliana Wilson
Images of Life: Witnessing Atrocities

EDITOR’S COMMENTARY

Josie Méndez-Negrete
Ni de aquí, ni de allá: Surviving on the Edge

ESSAYS

Judith Flores Carmona
Veracruz to Amherst: Undocumented Student to Postdoctoral Fellow

Adelina Anthony
Activist Notebook: An Open Letter on Media Coverage of Teen Suicide

Díana Noreen Rivera
Reconsidering Jovita González’s Life, Letters, and Pre-1935 Folkloric Production: A Proto-Chicana’s Conscious Revolt Against Anglo Academic Patriarchy via Linguistic Performance

Irene Mata
Documenting Feminicide: The Importance of Teaching Lourdes Portillo’s Señorita Extraviada

IN REVIEW

Tiffany Ana López
Women Who Rock: Making Scenes, Building Communities

Patricia Herrera
Power to the Panza!: Feminist Body Politics in The Panza Monologues

Edén E Torres
Is ‘Postnationalism’ Liberating?

Catrióna Rueda Esquibel
AnaLouise Keating’s The Gloria Anzaldúa Reader