Feminism on the Border Chicana Gender Politics and Literature

ISBN-10: 0520207335
ISBN-13: 9780520207332
Edition: 2000
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Book details

List price: $31.95
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: University of California Press
Publication date: 5/9/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 228
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

In this bold contribution to contemporary feminist theory, Sonia Saldiacute;var-Hull argues for a feminism that transcends national borders and ethnic identities. Grounding her work in an analysis of the novels and short stories of three Chicana writers--Gloria Anzalduacute;a, Sandra Cisneros, and Helena Mariacute;a Viramontes--Saldiacute;var-Hull examines a range of Chicana feminist writing from several disciplines, which she collects under the term "feminism on the border." By comparing and defining literary and national borders, she presents the voices of these and other Chicana writers in order to show their connection to feminist literature and to women of color in the United States. This book provides one of the most comprehensive accounts of Chicana feminist writing available. Saldiacute;var-Hull draws on contemporary literary and post-colonial theory, as well as her own autobiography, ortestimonio,to help her define "feminism on the border." Successfully uniting theory with lived social experience, she delineates many of the internal processes that must be acknowledged in order to access larger transnational and geopolitical literary movements. This book thus joins a body of scholarship within feminist theory, working at the intersection of identity politics and political praxis. Saldiacute;var-Hull's close readings of Chicana literary texts are informed by a comparative and cross-cultural perspective that enables her to forge links to a geopolitical feminist literary movement that unites ethnic identity to global solidarity.

Acknowledgments
Reading Tejana, Reading Chicana
Chicana Feminisms: From Ethnic Identity to Global Solidarity
Mestiza Consciousness and Politics: Gloria Anzaldua's Borderlands / La Frontera
Mujeres en Lucha / Mujcres de Fuerza: Women in Struggle / Women of Strength in Sandra Cisneros's Border Narratives
"I Hear the Women's Wails and I Know Them to By My Own": From Mujer to Collective Identities in Helena Maria Vitamontes's U.S. Third World
Epilogue: "Refugees of a World on Fire": Geopolitical Feminisms
Notes
References
Index

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