Chicana feminist thought

  • journal of feminist scholarship digitalcommons uri 62%

    Chicana Feminist Thought: The Basic Historical Writings. New York: Routledge. González, Deena J. 1999. Refusing the Favor: The Spanish-Mexican Women of Santa Fe, 1820-1880. New York:

    https://digitalcommons.uri.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1089&context=jfs

  • chicana feminist acts re staging chicano a theater from 59%

    varied history of feminist cultural production in the U.S. that challenges the systematic sexist oppression of Chicanas. My thesis is that Chicana theater stages a series of feminist “acts” that continuously re-stage Chicana subjectivity to resist fixed patriarchal and nationalist paradigms of gender and sexuality.

    https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1110&context=engl_etds

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    jennifer salazar chicana feminist theory podcast 4 16 2019 50%

    1960s. So, Chicana feminist theory “grapples with the multiplicity of Chicana Feminist works that emerged since the 1960s in the United States.” And that was a little excerpt from my professor Dr. Annie Isabel Fukushima. The Chicana feminist movement a lot of it came from emergence of Black Power Movement and the Civil Rights movements and ...

    https://anniefukushima.files.wordpress.com/2019/04/jsalazar_transcript.pdf

  • chicana aesthetics a view of unconcealed alterities and 45%

    In Chicana Feminist Thought: The Basic Historical Writings, Alma M. Garcia writes of the “Chicana feminist search for the elusive ‘room of their own’ within the socio-historical and political”, as a result invoking Chicana artist’s portrayal of Chicana feminist theory filtered through aesthetic discourse (1).

    http://scholarship.claremont.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1021&context=lux

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    enriqueta vasquez and the chicano movement writings from 45%

    Enriqueta Vasquez and Chicana Feminist Thought" 205 Enriqueta Vazquez and the Chicano Movement: Writings from El Grito del Norte I. Land, Race, and Poverty

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  • a feminist inquiry into international law and 44%

    On Latina or Chicana feminism, see generally CHICANA FEMINIST THOUGHT: THE BASIC HISTORICAL WRITINGS (Alma M. Garcia ed., 1997); LATIN AMERICAN WOMEN'S WRITINGS: FEMINIST READINGS IN THEORY AND CRISIS (Anny B. Jones & Catherine Davies eds., 1996); CHICANA FEMINISMS: A CRITICAL READER (Gabriela F. Arredondo

    https://docs.rwu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1357&context=rwu_LR

  • written from the margins the power of chicana voices in 42%

    1960s. Through these avenues of involvement, the development of a Chicana feminist discourse becomes apparent. Language, mobilizing processes, and publications provide evidence of an interconnected generational history that leaves a legacy on feminist thought and action,

    https://creativematter.skidmore.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1001&context=hist_stu_schol

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    latinostudies illinoisstate edu 42%

    of Chicana Feminisms in theory and practice and be able to acknowledge the existence and contributions of Chicana feminisms in cultivating decolonial practices in society. 21 LA ALIENTE Chicana Feminist Thought LIVING CHICANA Chicana feminisms challenge the ways Chicanas have been silenced and erased from history in feminist movements and

    https://latinostudies.illinoisstate.edu/downloads/WGS%20391-Chicana%20Feminism.pdf

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    the underground feminism of dolores mission parish in east 37%

    2 Consuelo Nieto, “The Chicana and the Women s Rights Movement,” in Chicana Feminist Thought: The Basic Historical Writings, ed. Alma M. Garcia (New York: Routledge, 1997), 208. 3 Consuelo Nieto, “The Chicana and the Womens Rights Movement,” 208. 4 Ana Maria Diaz-Stevens and Anthony M. Stevens-Arroyo, Recognizing the La-

    https://www.anglicantheologicalreview.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/Owens-Jofre_101.4.pdf

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    testimonialista pedagogues testimonio pedagogy in 36%

    genre of qualitative research that has its epistemological roots in Chicana feminist thought, as pedagogy. We discuss how we use testimonio in our classes and how students can use the process of creating and sharing their testimonios to cultivate a multicultural education (MCE) perspective and begin crafting their own culturally relevant pedagogy.

    https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ1173706.pdf

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    voces de la esquina migrant workers counteracting wage 35%

    Labor Survey, Critical Race and Latino Critical Theory, and Chicana feminist thought inform this study. Introduction The economy of the United States has increasingly become dependent on migrant labor. According to the 2010 U.S. census there are nearly 40 million foreign-born immigrants (13% of the total US population) who

    http://www.cjcj.org/uploads/cjcj/documents/voces_de_la_esquina_migrant_workers_jpj.pdf

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    labor love and murder in the americas decolonizing the 35%

    Decolonial Feminist Thought and The Chicana/o Novel CHAPTER ONE 15-38 The Decolonial Literary Imagination: Conscientizaçāo and a Marxist ‘politics of form’ CHAPTER TWO 39-71 ‘American’ Child of Migrants: Confession and The Sexual Outlaw’s Pilgrimage in John Rechy’s City of Night

    https://digitalassets.lib.berkeley.edu/etd/ucb/text/Cohen_berkeley_0028E_13500.pdf

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    loyola university chicago ciep 540 33%

    Chicana Feminist Thought: The Basic Historical Writings. New York, NY: Routledge. Chapters: -1. New Voice of La Raza: Chicana Speak Out -8. Our Feminist Heritage -10. La Chicana: Legacy of Suffering and Denial -12. Chicana Feminism -21. La Feminista -23. The New Chicana and Machismo -24. Sexism and the Movimiento -33.

    https://www.luc.edu/media/lucedu/education/syllabi/summer2016/ciep/CIEP540_Chang_SUM16.pdf

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    university of utah fall 2015 online course professor dr 33%

    Week 10 (Oct 26-Nov 1) Early Chicana Feminist Thought Blackwell, M. (2003). Contested histories: Las Hijas de Cuauhtémoc, Chicana feminisms, and print culture in the Chicano movement, 1968-1973 Pesquera, B.M. & Segura, D. A. (1997). There is no going back: Chicanas and feminism. In A. M. Garcia

    https://education.utah.edu/accreditation/_documents/syllabi/ETHNC-2560-Chicana-o-Experience.pdf

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    introdu ction movements movimientos and movidas 30%

    versation about contemporary Chicana feminist thought and its relation to the activities and interventions of an earlier generation of Chicana thinkers. This is a collection of essays that each of us, at one point or another, wished

    https://utpress.utexas.edu/sites/default/files/espinoza_6886_intro.pdf