C/LS 14(2) Spring 2015

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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 that demonstrate the intersections and parallels between them.

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"La Justicia" by Emily Costello

“La Justicia” by Emily Costello

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 that demonstrate the intersections and parallels between them.


ARTIST’S STATEMENT

Emily Costello
Stories, Social Conscience and Art

Carla Chavarría
Going Beyond the Canvas

EDITORS’ COMMENTARY

C. Alejandra Elenes, Gloria H. Cuádraz, and Eliza Rodriguez y Gibson
Troubling Borders: Interrogating the Public and Private in Pain and In Love

ESSAYS

Stephanie Fetta
Disability, Domestic Workers, and Disappearance in Octavio Solís’s Lydia

Juana María Rodríguez
Brujería, the Queer Karaoke Remix

M. Cristina Alcalde
Transformative Journeys: The Impact of First-Time Motherhood on Mexican Women’s Migration Experience in the US South

J. Estrella Torrez
Translating Chicana Testimonios into Pedagogy for a White Midwestern Classroom

CREATIVE WRITING

Norma Cantú
Vida de Perro/ A Dog’s Life

IN REVIEW

Milagros López-Peláez Casellas
The Death of Fidel Pérez

Karen Mary Davalos
Sacred Iconographies in Chicana Cultural Productions

Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs
Milk and Filth

Susan C. Méndez
2014 Roundtable on Latina Feminism