Creative/Critical Latinidades

Abstract

This roundtable proposes to consider the intersection between the creative and the critical in Latina/o Studies. Following Gloria Anzaldúa’s borderlands paradigm, the creative/critical borderlands constitute a space that is... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Desirée Martin (University of California, Davis)
  2. Raul Baltazar (The Bunny House: Director of Residency Program; Selecto: multi-functional art space)
  3. Amy Sara Carroll (University of Michigan)
  4. Ricardo Dominguez (University of California, San Diego)

Topic Areas

Cultural Studies , Gender Studies , Performance Studies , Visual Arts , Chicano/a -- Mexican , Humanities

Session

CUL-23 » Roundtable (3:30pm - Saturday, 9th July, Arcadia)

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