Bodies at War: Genealogies of Militarism in Chicana
Literature and Culture
In her novel, each character relies on memories from childhood and adolescence to develop her later identity as an adult Chicana
who lives in the United States.
I also argue that to understand how this occurs, we must consider Bandini as a diasporic character struggling and failing to cope with the intersection of his own diasporic trajectory with those of other displaced individuals--most importantly, the Chicana
waitress whose ethnic identity Bandini repeatedly insults and essentializes.
In this article, I conceptualize a joteria analytics that is informed by Chicana
feminisms, queer of color critique, and Chicana
/o studies to create a queer Chicana
/o optic to analyze the art of Julio Salgado.
Statement from the California State Northridge Department of Chicana
and Chicano Studies following a FOX News story on the school's controversial mural depicting an upside down American flag and a border agent with fangs
This permits an awareness of issues of social injustice and identity, and posits a Chicana
or Latina worldview as an alternative to the mainstream perspective common to the genre.
Cantar de espejos: poesia testimonial chicana
Resumo: Este artigo contextualiza o arte chicana
na concepcao descolonial da regiao de Aztlan, confirmando claramente que "a America Latina nao esta inteiramente no territorio que leva este nome" (1).
Poetics constituye una original y necesaria aproximacion a los estudios culturales, abordando el posicionamiento "policentrico" de un feminismo radical chicano a partir de los anos 70.
Drawing on new cultural signifiers, revolutionary Cuban posters created a visual rhetoric that had worldwide impact on the countercultural and the postcolonial Left, especially in the United States where oppositional groups, particularly Chicana
feminists, both rejected and appropriated some of these strategies in building their own visual gender culture.
I started a film production company and produced "Las Mujeres de la Caucus Chicana
," "Women of the Chicana
and Chicano Mental Health provides a fine model to address the special mental health and service challenges affecting Mexican immigrants and Mexican-Americans, and comes from an author who holds more than thirty years of experience as a clinical psychologist.