English, Latino/a studies, and other scholars from the US share their strategies for teaching historical periods, transnational and linguistic aspects, LGBT authors, and literary fiction; teaching clusters of texts by Mexican, Hispanophone Caribbean, Boricua, and Central American authors; teaching poetry, theatre, performance art, comic books, ebooks, young adult literature, children's literature, chica lit, and films, as well as connections to disability studies and class; and teaching specific authors and texts, such as Ana Castillo, Oscar oZetao Acosta, Sandra Cisneros, Jimmy Baca, Junot Diaz, Alejandro Montoya, Cristina Garcia, Arturo Islas, Pat Mora, Denise Chavez, Gloria Anzaldua, Cherrie Moraga, Luis Valdez, Maria Ruiz de Burton, Richard
Rodriguez, and Helena Maria Viramontes.
At the old folks' treat, back from left, are the Rev Sue Burton, Richard
Burton and chairman Margaret |Moriarty, pictured with guests.
Along with Richard Burton, Richard
Harris and Oliver Reed, Peter O'Toole, who has just died, helped to define the modern notion of wild living.