C/LS 13(2) Spring 2014

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Institutional Heteropatriarchal Violence and the Future of Chican@ Studies, the title and content of this focused issue continues and commemorates the decolonizing work of transformational analytic paradigms that center the study of gender and sexuality in Chicana/o Studies, and critically assesses the reductive and bifurcating sexualizing/gendering tendencies that give rise to heteropatriarchal social landscapes.

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Detail from "Mujer, 2013" by Debora Kuetzpal Vasquez

Detail from “Mujer, 2013” by Debora Kuetzpal Vasquez

Institutional Heteropatriarchal Violence and the Future of Chican@ Studies, the title and content of this focused issue continues and commemorates the decolonizing work of transformational analytic paradigms that center the study of gender and sexuality in Chicana/o Studies, and critically assesses the reductive and bifurcating sexualizing/gendering tendencies that give rise to heteropatriarchal social landscapes.


ARTIST’S STATEMENT

Debora Kuetzpal Vasquez
Living Among Curanderas and the Imaginary of Artistic Creations

EDITORS’ COMMENTARY

Josie Méndez-Negrete and Eliza Rodriguez y Gibson
Work That Matters: Tending to Chicana/Latina Studies as Home

Antonia Castañeda, Marie “Keta” Miranda, Marisol Moreno, Ana Clarissa Rojas Durazo, Audrey Silvestre, and Nadia Zepeda (The Ad Hoc Committee on Institutional Violence and Focused Issue Editors)
Ending Heteropatriarchal Institutional Violence in Chicano Studies: A Reflection on Our Path

ESSAYS

Tiffany Ana López
The Staging of Heteropatriarchal Violence and its Traumatic Aftermath in Adelina Anthony’s Bruising for Besos and Dulce Maria Solis’s CHELA

Francisco J Galarte
Transgender Chican@ Poetics: Contesting, Interrogating, and Transforming Chicana/o Studies

Bert María Cueva
Institutional Academic Violence: Racial and Gendered Microaggressions in Higher Education

Rusty Barceló
Through a President’s Eyes: Reflections on Institutional Violence

Marie “Keta” Miranda
Re-membering Emotion: Bigotes and the Un-Blocking of Memories

Norma Alarcón
Conjugations: The Insurrection of Subjugated Knowledges and Exclusionary Practices

Martha D. Escobar
Teaching Ethnic Studies in Times of Perpetual Racialized Warfare

Ana Clarissa Rojas
Resistance Acts Until We Are Free: Transforming Heteropatriarchal Violence in/and Chican@ Studies

Ana Clarissa Rojas, Audrey Silvestre and Nadia Zepeda
Chicana Feminist Praxis: Community Accountability Coalitions in the University

Amrah Salomón J.
When Social Media Become Social Justice: Denuncias inside/outside Chicano/a Studies

Natalia Thompson
Construyendo Complicidades, Respaldando Resistencias: A Roundtable Discussion on Institutional Violence in Latin American Universities

CREATIVE WRITING

Carmen Tafolla
Wounds

Amalia Ortiz
Eight-Liners

MalintZINE
de/romantic revolutions

ire’ne lara silva
i call myself back

Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs
Foreign

Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs
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IN REVIEW

Yvette Flores
Paths to Discovery: Autobiographies from Chicanas with Careers in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering

Larissa M. Mercado-López
Testimoniado in the Trenches: A Review of Presumed Incompetent: The Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia