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Moraga, Cherríe
A Xicana codex of changing consciousness : writings, 2000-2010 / Cherríe Moraga ; drawings by Celia Herrera Rodríguez
Durham, NC : Duke University Press, 2011
book jacket
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 4th Floor  PS153.M4 M673 2011    DUE 09-06-14 OFF CAMPUS
Subject(s) American literature -- Mexican American authors
Mexican American women authors
Mexican American authors
Mexican American lesbians
Hispanic American feminists
Physical Description xxii, 250 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 229-235) and index
Contents A XicanaDyke codex of changing consciousness -- From inside the first world : on 9/11 and women-of-color feminism -- An irrevocable promise : staging the story Xicana -- What is left of us -- MeXicana blues -- Weapons of the weak : on fear and political resistance -- California dreaming -- Cuento xicano -- Indígena as scribe : the (w)rite to remember -- The altar of my undoing -- Aguas sagradas -- And it is all these things that are our grief : eulogy for Marsha Gómez -- Poetry of heroism : a tribute to Audre Lorde and Pat Parker -- The salt that cures : remembering Gloria Anzaldúa -- South Central farmers -- The other face of (im)migration : in conversation with West Asian feminists -- Floricanto -- Modern-day malinches -- What's race gotta do with it? : on the election of Barack Obama -- This benighted nation we name home : on the fortieth anniversary of ethnic studies -- Still loving in the (still) war years : on keeping queer queer
Alternate Author Rodriguez, Celia Herrera

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