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Bridging : how Gloria Anzaldúa's life and work transformed our own

Author: AnaLouise Keating; Gloria González-López
Publisher: Austin : University of Texas Press, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Thirty-two wide-ranging voices pay tribute to the late Gloria Anzaldua, the beloved poet and fiction writer who redefined lesbian and Chicana/o identities for thousands of readers.

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Named Person: Gloria Anzaldúa; Gloria Anzaldúa; Gloria Anzaldúa
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: AnaLouise Keating; Gloria González-López
ISBN: 9780292725553 0292725558
OCLC Number: 668990496
Description: xiv, 276 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Building bridges, transforming loss, shaping new dialogues: Anzaldúan studies for the twenty-first century / Analouise Keating and Gloria González-López --
Part I: The new mestizas: "transitions and transformations". Bridges of conocimiento: una conversación con Gloria Anzaldúa / Lorena M.P. Gajardo ; A letter to Gloria Anzaldúa written from 30,000 feet and 25 years after her "Speaking in tongues: a letter to 3rd-world women writers" / Ariel Robello ; Deconstructing the immigrant self: the day I discovered I am a Latina / Anahí Viladrich ; My path of conocimiento: how graduate school transformed me into a nepantlera / Jessica Heredia ; Aprendiendo a vivir/aprendiendo a morir / Norma Elia Cantú ; Making face, rompiendo barreras: the activist legacy of Gloria E. Anzaldúa / Aída Hurtado --
Part II: Exposing the wounds: "You gave me permission to fly into the dark". Anzaldúa, maestra / Sebastián José Colón-Otero ; "May we do work that matters": bridging Gloria Anzaldúa across borders / Claire Joysmith ; A call to action: spiritual activism ... an inevitable unfolding / Karina L. Céspedes ; Gloria Anzaldúa and the meaning of queer / Héctor Domínguez-Ruvalcaba ; Breaking our chains: achieving nos/otras consciousness / Lei Zhang ; Conocimiento and healing: academic wounds, survival, and tenure / Gloria González-López --
Part III: Border crossings: inner struggles, outer chance. Letters from nepantla: writing through the responsibilities and implications of the Anzaldúan legacy / Michelle Kleisath ; Challenging oppressive educational practices: Gloria Anzaldúa on my mind, in my spirit / Betsy Eudey ; Living transculturation: confessions of a santero sociologist / Glenn Jacobs ; Acercándose a Gloria Anzaldúa to attempt community / Paola Zaccaria ; Learning to live together: bridging communities, bridging worlds / Shelley Fisher Fishkin ; Risking the vision, transforming the divides: nepantlera perspectives on academic boundaries, identities, and lives / Analouise Keating --
Part IV: Bridging theories: intellectual activism with/in borders. "To live in the borderlands means you" / Mariana Ortega ; A modo de testimoniar: borderlands, papeles, and U.S. academia / Esther Cuesta ; On borderlands and bridges: an inquiry into Gloria Anzaldúa's methodology / Jorge Capetillo-Ponce ; For Gloria, para mí / Mary Catherine Loving ; Chicana feminist sociology in the borderlands / Elisa Facio and Denise A. Segura ; Embracing borderlands: Gloria Anzaldúa and writing studies / Andrea A. Lunsford --
Part V: Todas somo nos/otras: toward a "politics of openess". Hurting, believing, and changing the world: my faith in Gloria Anzaldúa / Suzanne Bost ; Feels like "Carving bone": (re)creating the activist-self, (re)articulating transnational journeys, while sifting through Anzaldúan thought / Kavitha Koshy ; Shifting / Kelli Zaytoun ; "Darkness, my night": the philosophical challenge of Gloria Anzaldúa's aesthetics of the shadow / María Deguzmán ; The simultaneity of self- and global transformations: bridging with Anzaldúa's liberating vision / Mohammad H. Tamdgidi ; For Gloria Anzaldúa ... who left us too soon / Gloria Steinem ; She eagle: for Gloria Anzaldúa / Becky Thompson --
Glossary --
Published writings by Gloria E. Anzaldúa.
Responsibility: edited by AnaLouise Keating and Gloria González-López.

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