A study of Philippine literary production that attempts to break the nation’s isolation from broader Spanish literature
Investigates more than 140 Latinx-themed productions or adaptations of Shakespeare in the United States
Quien domina el centro, domina el pais: Whoever dominates the center, dominates the country
Recovers and celebrates the contributions of women artists to the history of this iconic performance venue
Gathers materialist readings that provide productive new insights on Latino/a literature in the neoliberal era
Explores how theater artists challenge the legacy of colonialism in Latin America through performance
A groundbreaking study of the inventive intellectual work performed by multilingual communicators who translate information in academic and professional spaces—Winner of the 2016 DRC Book Prize!
A volume in the Poets on Poetry series, which collects critical works by contemporary poets, gathering together the articles, interviews, and book reviews by which they have articulated the poetics of a new generation.
From the conga line to West Side Story to Ricky Martin, how popular performance prompted American audiences to view Latinos as a distinct (and distinctly non-white) ethnic group
A book-length conversation between two leading scholars on the themes and questions of Hispanic popular culture
A multidisciplinary investigation of contemporary Mexican cinema
The place of performance in unifying an urban LGBT population of diverse Latin American descent
Does placing a Latino candidate on the ticket mobilize Latino voters?
Essays from a nationally acclaimed Latino poet
Uncommon perspectives by prominent women writers on class, money, family, and home
Explores the relationship between race and class and between politics and literary form in major works of Chicano literature over the last hundred years
Rethinking mestizaje and how it functions as an epistemology of colonialism in diverse sites from Aztlán to Manila, and across a range of cultural materials
Sheds new light on women's differing responses to feminism according to factors of ethnicity and race
An original and valuable assessment of American political theater in the 1960s and 1970s