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Latinx Studies

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Geographies of Relation

Diasporas and Borderlands in the Americas

Examines the interrelationships of Black, Latinx, and mestizx people through their literature, film, and performance.

Nuyorican Feminist Performance

From the Café to Hip Hop Theater

Recovers and celebrates the contributions of women artists to the history of this iconic performance venue

Dialectical Imaginaries

Materialist Approaches to U.S. Latino/a Literature in the Age of Neoliberalism

Gathers materialist readings that provide productive new insights on Latino/a literature in the neoliberal era

Freak Performances

Dissidence in Latin American Theater

Explores how theater artists challenge the legacy of colonialism in Latin America through performance

Latin Numbers

Playing Latino in Twentieth-Century U.S. Popular Performance

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

Performing Queer Latinidad

Dance, Sexuality, Politics

The place of performance in unifying an urban LGBT population of diverse Latin American descent

An Angle of Vision

Women Writers on Their Poor and Working-Class Roots

Uncommon perspectives by prominent women writers on class, money, family, and home

Chicano Novels and the Politics of Form

Race, Class, and Reification

Explores the relationship between race and class and between politics and literary form in major works of Chicano literature over the last hundred years

Queering Mestizaje

Transculturation and Performance

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

The Color of Privilege

Three Blasphemies on Race and Feminism

Sheds new light on women's differing responses to feminism according to factors of ethnicity and race

Taking It to the Streets

The Social Protest Theater of Luis Valdez and Amiri Baraka

An original and valuable assessment of American political theater in the 1960s and 1970s