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Camino Real Journal

Camino Real Nº13 - 20,00

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Camino Real Nº13

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This volume of Camino Real is dedicated to Gloria Evangelina Anzaldúa’s work, Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza.

“30 años de Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza de Gloria Evangelina Anzaldúa”

INTRODUCTION / INTRODUCCIÓN

  • Norma E. Cantú. “Doing Work that Matters: An Introduction to the Special Issue on Gloria Evangelina Anzaldúa” (11-23).

CRITICAL ARTICLES / ENSAYOS

  • Tereza Jiroutová. “A Contextual Interpretation of This Bridge Called My Back: Nationalism, Androcentrism and the Means of Cultural Representation” (27-45).
  • Carolina Núñez-Puente. “Queeremos a Gloria Anzaldúa: Identity, Difference, New Tribalism, and Affective Eco-Dialogues” (47-62).
  • Romana Radlwimmer. “Pensamiento y práctica transfronterizos” (63-78).
  • María del Socorro Gutiérrez Magallanes. “Gloria Anzaldúa y el giro descolonial desde la frontera para el mundo” (79-89).
  • Isabel Dulfano. “Anzaldúa: Authentic Leadership and Indigenous Feminism in XXIst Century” (91-104).
  • Marisa Belausteguigoitia Rius. “Theory as Interruption: What Inter(re)feres / La Teoría como interrupción: lo que se atraviesa” (105-116).

INTERVIEWS / ENTREVISTAS

  • Magda García. “Interview with Celeste De Luna” (119-131).

CREATIVE WRITING / CREACIÓN LITERARIA

  • Eliana Buenrostro. “Response to Letter to Anzaldúa” (135-138).
  • Eliana Buenrostro. “Love and Hip-Hop” (139-140).
  • Eliana Buenrostro. “Redefining Victim” (141-142).

REVIEWS / RESEÑAS

  • Zaida Aguilar. “Juan Carlos Ramírez-Pimienta y María Socorro Tabuenca Córdoba, eds. Camelia la Texana y otras mujeres de la narcocultura” (145-147).
  • Yvette Aparicio. “Jorge Argueta. En carne propia: Memoria poética / Flesh Wounds: A Poetic Memoir” (147-148).
  • Marcel Brousseau. “Frederick Luis Aldama. Latinx Superheroes in Mainstream Comics” (149-150).
  • Melissa Coss Aquino. “Frank Varela. Diaspora: Selected and New Poems” (151-152).
  • Ella María Díaz. “Karen Mary Davalos. Chicana/o Remix: Art and Errata Since the Sixties” (152-154).
  • Magdalena Guerra De Charur. “David Bowles. Border Lore. Folktales and Legends of South Texas” (154-156).
  • Mark Mcgraw. “Rolando Hinojosa-Smith. From Klail City to Korea with Love: Two Master Works” (156-158).
  • María Esther Quintana Millamoto. “Jesús Rosales y Vanessa Fonseca, eds. Spanish Perspectives on Chicano Literature: Literary and Cultural Essays” (158-160).
  • Alejandro Rivero-Vadillo. “ire’ne lara silva y Dan Vera. Imaniman: Poets Writing in the Anzalduan Borderlands” (160-162).
  • Carlos Alberto Sánchez. “Daniel G. Campos. Loving Immigrants in America: An Experiential Philosophy of Personal Interaction” (162-163).
  • Elaine M. Shenk. “Juan A. Thomas. Diary of a Small Hispanic Community” (164-165).
  • Eva Silot Bravo. “Alberto Sergio Laguna. Diversión: Play and Popular Culture in Cuban America” (165-167).
  • Amelia Uribe-Guajardo. “June Carolyn Erlick. Telenovelas in Pan-Latino Context” (167-169).

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