C/LS 13(1) Fall 2013

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The writing in this issue of the journal is divided into two parts, combining critical and creative work that does the work of articulating themes familiar to Chicana/Latina Studies: how we articulate our voices and find our homes, the work of memory and history, and the ways in which our lived experiences inform our intellectual, creative, and activist work.

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Detail from "Alleluia, 2012" by Claudia D. Hernández

Detail from “Alleluia, 2012” by Claudia D. Hernández

The writing in this issue of the journal is divided into two parts, combining critical and creative work that does the work of articulating themes familiar to Chicana/Latina Studies: how we articulate our voices and find our homes, the work of memory and history, and the ways in which our lived experiences inform our intellectual, creative, and activist work.


ARTIST’S STATEMENT

Claudia D. Hernández
A Latina/Chapina Artist Speaks Through Poetry and Photography

EDITORS’ COMMENTARY

Eliza Rodriguez y Gibson and Josie Méndez-Negrete
No Straight Lines Here: Cartographies of Home

ESSAYS

Yvonne Yarbro-Bejarano
Mapping Spaces, Marking Time: Transnational Subjectivity, Home, and Family in Stories by Manuel Muñoz and Sandra Cisneros

Laurie Ann Guerrero
School Among the Ruins: An Afternoon with Adrienne Rich, Hotel Northampton, 2006

William A. Calvo-Quirós
The Politics of Color (Re)Significations: Chromophobia, Chromo-Eugenics, and the Epistemologies of Taste

Lilliana Patricia Saldaña
Memories of Schooling in the Field: From Barrio Scholarship Girl to Chicana Activist Scholar

POETRY

Deborah Paredez
Faith

Deborah Paredez
Mexican Spitfire, 1940

Deborah Paredez
Lady of the Pavements, 1929

Deborah Paredez
King Kong, 1933

Leticia Hernández-Linares
Abajo del Story

Leticia Hernández-Linares
Holy Mother

Leticia Hernández-Linares
Las Manos de la Peruana

Leticia Hernández-Linares
You Are Here

CREATIVE WRITING

Editor’s Commentary
Eliza Rodriguez y Gibson
Memory Is in the Heart and SER: L.A. vs. B.A.: An Introduction

Karen Anzoategui
From SER: L.A. vs. B.A.

Monica Palacios
From Memory Is in the Heart

IN REVIEW

Lisa Justine Hernández
How to Get a Girl Pregnant: Once Upon a Time There Was a Chicana Butch Who Could Do Anything

Roberta Hurtado
Gathering Parts: Olga R. Trujillo’s The Sum of My Parts and the Politics of Telling to Heal

Sonia R García
María, Daughter of Immigrants by María Berriozábal