Entre Guadalupe Y Malinche: Tejanas in Literature and Art


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University of Texas Press
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6.0 X 9.0 X 1.1 inches | 0.02 pounds

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About the Author

INÉS HERNÁNDEZ-ÁVILADavis, CaliforniaHernández-Ávila is a professor of Native American studies at the University of California, Davis. She is one of the founders of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association.NORMA ELIA CANTÚKansas City, MissouriCantú is a professor of Latina/ Latino Studies and English at the University of Missouri in Kansas City. She is the founder of the Society for the Study of Gloria Anzaldúa and cofounder of CantoMundo, a place for [email protected] poets and poetry.


"...the editors have brought together a truly impressive array of Tejana female artists, giving equal time to established names and rising stars. "-- (05/06/2016)
"A volume meriting serious scholarly consideration...As homogeneity increases through processes such as globalization, Entre Guadalupe y Malinche is a reminder of the relevance of regional particularism and how writers and artists respond to notions of place and land through constructions of imagination, memory, and community."--Western American Literature (10/01/2017)
"Entre Guadalupe y Malinche is a vibrant collection...The texts collectively imagine, create, and rewrite Tejana stories into the Texas-Mexican landscape but contest any single notion of a unified experience, be it cultural, gender, or geographical...Entre Guadalupe y Malinche takes the reader on personal journeys of discovery, family, love, and healing all while rooted in the larger paradigm of the decolonial imaginary."--Journal of American Studies (05/01/2018)