As scholars of the borderlands, as teorístas of our own lives and bodies, we recognize the discourse used to denigrate, demoralize, and dehumanize our communities as reflections of Eurocentric, imperial, white supremacist, and colonial epistemologies that daily attempt to annihilate our ways of … [Read more...]
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The deaths of children in detention centers along the U.S.-Mexico border have called attention to the ways the U.S. continues to uphold settler colonial borders and policies that criminalize migrants as “illegal” and dehumanize them as unworthy of basic human rights. As Chicana/Latina feminist … [Read more...]
Building on the legacy of our ancestors and the activist genealogy of MALCS, we reinforced our commitment to continue this work with the release of this issue as well as creating “work that matters.” Chicana scholars, creative writers, and artists in this issue offer a perspective celebrating the … [Read more...]
Driven by the irrepressible need to assert our voice, our bodies, our politics, our cultural practices, and our pain into public, private, and academic spaces that often negate our presence and perspectives, the Chicana scholars and creative writers in this issue offer interventions that complicate … [Read more...]
The articles, creative writing, artistic production, and book reviews in this issue bring to fore new insight on subjectivity, voice and space for the many roles women play as mother, activists, musicians, writers and more. The contributions in this issue resist the impact of neoliberalism, … [Read more...]