Chapter IV: The Politics of Gender
- Reconceptualizing Mexican American politics. Marquez, Benjamin // Political Research Quarterly;Sep93, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p691
Discusses the Mexican American political research. Root of the subfield of Mexican American studies in the political upheavals of the 1960s; Categories of first book-length projects to be published; New directions in Mexican American political studies; Impact of Mexican Americans in the 1988...
- A Bridge Over the Americas: Mexican American Literature. Savin, Ada // Bilingual Review;May-Aug1995, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p122
Highlights the contribution of Mexican American writing to the creation of a pan-American literary paradigm, one in which the multiple cultural layers making up the New World imagination could coexist. Mexican American literary works as attempts at dialogizing the "Indo-Afro-Ibero-America" and...
- The Latino West. Gilb, Ricardo // American Book Review;Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p3
This article presents an introduction in which the author discusses various reports within the issue on topics including essays and books by Mexican American writers and the achievement of these writers.
- The ethnic implications of stories, spirits and the land in native American pueblo and Aztlan... Cochran, Stuart // MELUS;Summer95, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p69
Discusses the inseparability of identities with landscapes in native American pueblo and Aztlan writing. Spiritually and culturally disintegrative impact of the loss of that connection; Primordial conceptions on ethnicity; Mediation of Latino identity and construction through the struggle over...
- Language and Style in Pocho. Myers, Inma Minoves // Bilingual Review;May-Dec1991, Vol. 16 Issue 2/3, p180
Evaluates the contribution of the book "Pocho" by Jose Antonio Villareal in the development of Chicano literature in English. Outline of the book's plot; Use of Chicano English in the book as a stylistic recourse; Accomplishment of the novel in giving readers an insider's view of Mexican...
- Deconstructions and Renarrativizations: Trends in Chicana Literature. Sánchez, Rosaura; Sánchez, Rosaura // Bilingual Review;Jan-Apr1996, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p52
Examines deconstructions and denarrativizations in Chicana literature. Shifts in social spaces; Rejection of essentialist notions of subjectivity; Concomitant perception of the contingency of all constructs of identity; Questioning of identity politics.
- Bibliography. // Contemporary Mexican-American Women Novelists: Toward a Feminist;1996, p94
The section presents a bibliography of works about Mexican American feminist literature.
- Homoerotic Writing and Chicano Authors. Foster, David William // Bilingual Review;Jan-Apr1996, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p42
Examines homoeroticism in Chicano literature. Existence of homoerotic desire among Chicanos and Chicanas; Ideologeme of Chicano social life; Works of Cherrie Moraga and John Rechy.
- Chicano novelistic discourse: Dialogizing the Corrido critical paradigm. Aleman, Jesse // MELUS;Spring98, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p49
Comments on the Chicano literary production. Peculiarity of Chicano literature; Critics of Chicano literary production; Information on the corrido of border conflict; Social discourses stratifying the ideological unity of Chicano literary production.