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
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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
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...] about C/LS 19(1) Fall 2019