Communal Feminisms explores identity and exile from three different perspectives: theory, interviews, and imaginative literature. The first part of this book describes and defines exile within identity; the second part delivers ten interviews and examines the socio-historical construction of exile through feminine Chicano literature and Chilean literature created and circulated during the Pinochet regime; and the third part contains a collection of unpublished, original works from each author interviewed. Including the interviews and creative works in both English and Spanish, Dr. Gabriella Gutierrez y Muhs emphasizes the need to publish bilingual works, without alienating English readers. This uniquely crafted collection will appeal to scholars across disciplines.There is a link on the link page that says, ita#39;s the part of the La Cocina, and then La Sala, and then at the end of that therea#39;s a ... So she comes in and she gives a research presentation and it wasna#39;t on Latinas necessarily, it wasna#39;t on identity. ... Now you expect me to recount my experiences of rage, humiliation, shame a aquot; I cana#39;t remember the other words, aquot; a in ... Does anybody ask him, aquot;In the few moments we have left, would you say something about your experiences, and wouldanbsp;...
|Author||:||Gabriella Gutierrez, Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield - 2009-12|