C/LS 5(2) Spring 2006

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The contributors to this issue continue building alliances while exploring the importance of listening to the voices in our communities and educating the world about our rich, diverse, ever-changing identities as Chicanas/Latinas. Chicana/Latina Studies wants to pay tribute to Comandanta Ramona, who will continue to remind us that silencing, el ninguneo al que nos so mete la marginalización, is a form of death.

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Detail of "Codex Delilah, Six-Deer: Journey from Mexicatl to Chicana” by Delilah Montoya

Detail of “Codex Delilah, Six-Deer: Journey from Mexicatl to Chicana” by Delilah Montoya

The contributors to this issue continue building alliances while exploring the importance of listening to the voices in our communities and educating the world about our rich, diverse, ever-changing identities as Chicanas/Latinas. Chicana/Latina Studies wants to pay tribute to Comandanta Ramona, who will continue to remind us that silencing, el ninguneo al que nos so mete la marginalización, is a form of death.


EDITORS’ COMMENTARY

Alicia Partnoy and Karen Mary Davalos
Editors’ Commentary

ESSAYS

Ann Marie Leimer
Crossing the Border with La Adelita: Lucha-Adelucha as Nepantlera in Delilah Montoya’s Codex Delilah

Ellie D. Hernández
The Futureperfect: Chicana Feminist Critical Analysis in the Twenty-First Century

Rigoberta Menchú Tum
Sueños de Paz

CREATIVE WRITING

Emma Pérez
Have Your Cake

POETRY

Gladys Ilarregui
Estrecho de Magallanes/Central Park

Gladys Ilarregui
Museo de Historia Americana

Gladys Ilarregui
Fotomontaje

IN REVIEW

Kathryn Quinn-Sánchez
Living Theory, Theorizing Lives, Creating Solidarity