Interestingly, literary scholars rarely focus on transformation processes that underlie a Chicana
character's identity formation.
On the one hand, Bandini imagines Chicana
women as simultaneously fulfilling the stereotype of the passionate or 'fiery' Latin woman while also exhibiting a kind of docile gratitude for the patronage of white 'gentlemen.
The genealogy I map, including theoretical moves and cultural objects, directly sets up a blueprint for what I am conceptualizing as a joteria analytics; this analytics allows for a more complex understanding of queer Chicana
/o subjectivity, a subjectivity that like Julio Salgado's prints has historical roots in Chicana
feminisms and queer of color critique.
One must question whether the adoption of this feminine detective agency by Chicana
and Latina writers inherently conflicts with socially-constructed gender norms within traditional detective fiction and the Chicana
/o or Latina/o literary canons.
La literatura chicana
de mujeres se compone estilisticamente del uso del ingles y espanol, pero tambien busca transgredir el orden impuesto por el patriarcado.
Palavras-chave: arfe descolonial: queer: crononormatividade; ciborgue; ciberarte chicana
emblematicas de la construccion chicana
en un deseo ultimo de comunicacion intercultural a traves de la metafora unitaria de la prenda tradicional del rebozo.
Examining the role of hegemonic masculinity in Cuban political posters from 1965 to 1975, the period widely acknowledged to be the golden age of the poster, as well as how Cuban posters influenced Chicana
poster art following the golden age, provides a wide range of comparative texts that explore how visual masculinity shaped a rhetorical tapestry of oppositional ideology.
I got involved in a national oral history project, Chicana
Por Mi Raza, which documents the stories of Chicana
The fourth volume in the New Americanists in Poland series, this study brings to the forefront the lives of Mexican American women and the cultural and historical factors shaping literature written by Chicanas
, especially the quest for identity.
Her work takes difference as the starting point for the Chicana
, but she highlights what can be regarded as sameness by her identification of the Chicana
alignment with the women of the Third World.
These scholars found that the tensions and contradictions they experienced in their home, family, and community experiences were encapsulated by Chicana
feminist pedagogies that included cultural dissonance, conciencia con compromiso (consciousness with commitment), and carino (authentic care).