The scholarship for this issue delves into Chicana literature to illustrate non-heteronormative ways of understanding intimate female relationships and place-based articulations of identity, and into Chicana art to illustrate depictions of Chicanas that transgress patriarchal and religious norms. … [Read more...] about C/LS 21(2) Spring 2022
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The precocity of our physical bodies has been laid bare since the start of the global COVID-19 pandemic. For too long, human sentience afforded us an arrogance about our place in this world. We felt quite confident in our invincibility as a species and our assumed domination over the abundance of … [Read more...] about C/LS 21(1) Fall 2021
Many aspirations have been ascribed to the year 2021. The calamity that was 2020 has left little recourse but to collectively manifest a better, safer, healthier, and more socially just 2021. Last year certainly reaffirmed just how deep, exigent and grievous the wounds that plague our country, our … [Read more...] about C/LS 20(2) Spring 2021
2020 has not had a shortage of trauma, hardship, loss, and injustice. From a cataclysmic protean and inexorable virus that has—and will continue—to devastate Brown/Black/Indigenous communities, to repeated televised murders of Black and Brown men and women sanctioned by a white supremacist police … [Read more...] about C/LS 20(1) Fall 2020
As has often been stated by Chicana/x, Latina/x, and Indigenous women both before and after the establishment of Chicana/Latina Studies, there is incontrovertible power in telling one’s own story, one’s own truth. Perhaps, no story is more distinctive to the Latina/o/x experience than that of … [Read more...] about C/LS 19(2) Spring 2020