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© 2005

EntreMundos/AmongWorlds

New Perspectives on Gloria E. Anzaldúa

  • Editors
  • AnaLouise Keating
Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Introduction shifting worlds, una entrada

    1. AnaLouise Keating
      Pages 1-12
  3. autohistoria y autohistoria-teoría. … (re)writing self, (re)writing culture

  4. nepantla. … pathways to change

  5. nos/otras. … intersecting selves/intersecting others

  6. conocimientos. … expanding the vision

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 161-161

About this book

Introduction

A multidisciplinary investigation of the concepts, impact, and writings of contemporary cultural theorist and creative writer, Gloria Anzaldua. Her work has challenged and expanded previous views in American Studies, composition studies, cultural studies, ethnic studies, feminism, literary studies, critical pedagogy, and queer theory.

Keywords

American studies Cultural Studies culture ethnic studies feminism poetry

About the authors

ANALOUISE KEATING is Associate Professor at Texas Women's University, USA.

Bibliographic information

Reviews

'This wide-ranging and imaginative volume offers invaluable insight into the work of one of the most important cultural theorists and creative writers of our time. One can only applaud the contributors' efforts to do justice to the scope and depth of Anzaldua's dazzlingly original poetry and prose. This bold and illuminating book will help scholars in American Studies, Cultural Studies, Gender Studies, Religious Studies and a range of other fields, come to terms with the rich, multivalent achievement of the incomparable Gloria Anzaldua.' - Shelley Fisher

Fishkin, Stanford University, past-president American Studies Association

"Reading this intellectually delicious anthology reminded me of Anzaldúa's stunning genius. It provides further evidence that she belonged to all of us and none of us at the same time. This book is a tantalizing invitation to expand our understanding of Anzaldúa's ideas. As an educator and as a Chicana, I have been yearning for this anthology for some time." - Edén Torres, University of Minnesota