The Gloria Anzaldua Reader

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Contents; Acknowledgments Introduction: Reading Gloria Anzaldua, Reading Ourselves: Complex Intimacies, Intricate Connections; Part 1. "Early" Writings: 1. Tihueque; 2. To Delia, Who Failed on Principles; 3. Reincarnation; 4. The Occupant; 5. I Want to be Shocked Shitless; 6. The New Speakers; 7. Speaking in Tongues: A Letter to Third World Women Writers; 8. The coming of el mundo surdo; Figure 1: El Mundo Surdo; 9. La Prieta; 10. El paisano is a bird of good omen; 11. Dream of the Double-Faced Woman; 12. Foreword to the Second Edition (of This Bridge Called My Back); 13. Sexuality, Spirituality, and the Body: An Interview with Linda Smuckler; Figure 2: The Way Station; Part 2: "Middle" Writings; 14. Enemy of the State; 15. Del Otro Lado; 16. Encountering the Medusa; 17. Creativity and Switching Modes of Consciousness; 18. En rapport, In Opposition: Cobrando cuentas a las nuestras; 19. the presence; 20. Metaphors in the Tradition of the Shaman; 21. Haciendo caras, una entrada; 22. Bridge, Drawbridge, Sandbar or Island: Lesbians-of-Color Hacienda Alianzas; 23. Ghost Trap/Trampa de espanto; 24. To(o) Queer the Writer--Loca, escritora y chicana Figure 3: Nepantla; 25. Border Arte: Nepantla, El Lugar de la Frontera; 26. On the Process of Writing Borderlands / La Frontera; 27. La vulva es una herida abierta / The vulva is an open wound; 28. The New Mestiza Nation: A Multicultural Movement; Figure 5: Feet in Multicultures; Part 3"Later" Writings; 29. Foreword Cassell's Encyclopedia of Queer Myth, Symbol and Spirit; 30. How to; 31. Memoir--My Calling; or, Notes for "How Prieta Came to Write"; 32. When I write I hover; 33. Transforming American Studies: 2001 Bode-Pearson Prize Acceptance Speech; 34. Yemaya; 35. (Un)natural bridges, (Un)safe spaces 36. Healing wounds; 37. Reading LP; 38. A Short Q & A between LP and Her Author (GEA); 39. Like a spider in her web; 40. Bearing Witness: Their Eyes Anticipate the Healing Figure 6: Memories of Chile; Figure 7: Liliana Diosa del amor; 41. The Postmodern Llorona; 42. Speaking Across the Divide; Figure 8: El Cenote; 43. Llorona Coyolxauhqui; 44. Disability & Identity: An Email Exchange & a Few Additional Thoughts; 45. Let us be the healing of the wound: the Coyolxauhqui imperative--la sombra y el sueZo; Figure 9: Spiritual Activism: Acts of Vision Appendices; I. Glossary; II. Timeline: Some Highlights from Gloria Anzaldua's Life; III. Primary Bibliography; IV. Secondary Bibliography: Writings about Gloria E. Anzaldua
A collection of published and unpublished writings of the groundbreaking Chicana writer and self-described "chicana dyke-feminist, tejana patlache poet, writer and cultural theorist" Gloria Anzaldua.
Autor: Gloria Anzaldua
Editiert von: Analouise Keating
Gloria Anzaldua (1942-2004) was a visionary writer whose work was recognized with many honors, including the Before Columbus Foundation American Book Award, a Lambda literary award, the National Endowment for the Arts Fiction Award, and the Bode-Pearson Prize for Outstanding Contributions to American Studies. Her book "Borderlands/La frontera" was selected as one of the 100 Best Books of the Century by "Hungry Mind Review" and the "Utne Reader." AnaLouise Keating, Professor of Women's Studies at Texas Woman's University, is the author of "Women Reading, Women Writing: Self-Invention in Paula Gunn Allen, Gloria Anzaldua, and Audre Lorde"; editor of Anzaldua's "Interviews/Entrevistas" and "EntreMundos/AmongWorlds: New Perspectives on Gloria Anzaldua"; and co-editor, with Anzaldua, of "this bridge we call home: radical visions for transformation."AnaLouise Keating, Professor of Women's Studies at Texas Woman's University, is the author of "Women Reading, Women Writing: Self-Invention in Paula Gunn Allen, Gloria Anzaldua, and Audre Lorde"; editor of Anzaldua's "Interviews/Entrevistas" and "EntreMundos/AmongWorlds: New Perspectives on Gloria Anzaldua"; and co-editor, with Anzaldua, of "this bridge we call home: radical visions for transformation."

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Autor: Gloria Anzaldua
ISBN-13 :: 9780822345640
ISBN: 0822345641
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.01.2010
Verlag: DUKE UNIV PR
Gewicht: 603g
Seiten: 361
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 235x154x23 mm
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