Gloria Evangelina AnzaldÃºa
- Places of Resistance, Bodies of Assimilation: Spanish American History in Gloria AnzaldÃºa's Thought. Novoa, Adriana // Inter-American Journal of Philosophy;May2014, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p101
In this essay I will analyze how the historical narrative of space and time that characterized Spanish American thinkers was influential in the work of Gloria AnzaldÃºa through her interest in the work of Mexican intellectuals. I will pay attention to how issues of space, time, place, and...
- The Writing Life. Trujillo, Carla // Lambda Book Report;Jun99, Vol. 7 Issue 11, p18
Urges struggling writers like the author to start considering writing a story of their own. How Gloria Anzaldua and Cherrie Moraga convinced the author to start writing; How the author started writing; How the author's confidence was built; Style of writing; Novels written by the author.
- Gloria AnzaldÃºa (1942-2004). Keating, AnaLouise // Women's Review of Books;Oct2004, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p1
Pays tribute to Gloria AnzaldÃºa, a feminist author, who died on May 15, 2004.
- Gloria AnzaldÃºa 1942-2004. // Off Our Backs;May/Jun2004, Vol. 34 Issue 5/6, p63
Presents an obituary for U.S. feminist theorist and creative writer Gloria Evangelina Anzaldua who passed away on May 15, 2004 at the age of 61 from diabetes-related complications.
- Gloria Evangelina Anzald&uactue;a 1942-2004. Conner, Randy; Keating, AnaLouise // Lambda Book Report;May2004, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p50
Pays tribute to the late Gloria Evangelina AnzaldÃºa, a cultural theorist, creative writer and independent scholar.
- A Woman Who Lived Sin Fronteras. Leyva, Yolanda Chávez // Progressive;Aug2004, Vol. 68 Issue 8, p21
Pays tribute to the late Mexican American educator and lesbian writer Gloria AnzaldÃºa.
- Visuality and Social Change: The Gloria Evangelina AnzaldÃºa Papers (1942-2004). Martinez, Diana // Conference Papers -- National Communication Association;2009, p1
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- Gloria Anzaldua's queer Mestisaje. Barnard, Ian // MELUS;Spring97, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p35
Explores Gloria Anzaldua's book `Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza.' Discourse of race & sexuality; Politicized, empowering and non-idealistic elaboration of queer race; Articulation of a gay/lesbian community; Exemplarization of a colored queer identity.
- United States: town may strike AnzaldÃºa's words from monument. // Off Our Backs;May/Jun2005, Vol. 35 Issue 5/6, p9
Reports on the effort of the group Save Our State in working to get words by Chicana lesbian feminist writer Gloria AnzaldÃºa stricken from a monument in Los Angeles, California. Move of the Texas Civil Rights Review in calling Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to stand up for art and oppose the...