C/LS 15(1) Fall 2015

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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.

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"La Victoria" by Linda Vallejo

“La Victoria” by Linda Vallejo

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.


ARTIST’S STATEMENT

Linda Vallejo
Chicana Indigena as a Creative Path

EDITORS’ COMMENTARY

Gloria H. Cuádraz and C. Alejandra Elenes
Intersectionality and the Continuous Struggle for Social Justice

ESSAYS

Karen Mary Davalos
The Visual Arts of Linda Vallejo: Indigenous Spirituality, Indigenist Sensibility, and Emplacement

Norma A. Valenzuela
The Devil Never Sleeps/El Diablo Nunca Duerme: El Imaginario Mexicano Subvertido Por Una Chicana

Lorna Pérez
Subjects of Terror: The Ethical Impulse in Alicia Gaspar de Alba’s Desert Blood

Alejandra Gonzalez, Irene Lara, Carolina Prado, Sophia Lujan Rivera, and Carmen Rodriguez
Passing the Sage: Our Sacred Testimonio as CuranderaScholarActivists in Academia

CREATIVE WRITING

Editor’s Commentary
Eliza Rodriguez y Gibson
“We should Opt to be Turtles and Sing to One Another”: Protection, Community, Poetry

POETRY

Raquel Gutiérrez
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Raquel Gutiérrez
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Luivette Resto
Painted Walls

Luivette Resto
Diana’s Elegy

Luivette Resto
The Legendary Legs of the Rodriguez Women

IN REVIEW

Rosana Blanco Cano
Domestic Disturbances: Reimagining Narratives of Gender, Labor, and Immigration

Kimberly (Roppolo) Wieser and Brett Burkhart
flesh to bone