Telling to Live Latina Feminist Testimonios

ISBN-10: 0822327651

ISBN-13: 9780822327653

Edition: 2002

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Telling to Live provides an anthology of testimonials from Latina/Chicana which give insight into their personal life experiences and break barriers and assumptions.
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Book details

List price: $28.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Duke University Press
Publication date: 9/18/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 400
Size: 5.75" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.452

Walter D. Mignolo is the William H. Wannamaker Distinguished Professor and director of the Center for Global Studies and the Humanities at Duke University. This book is the third of a trilogy that includes "The Darker Side of the Renaissance: Literacy, Territoriality, and Colonization" and "The Darker Side of Western Modernity: Global Futures, Decolonial Options". He is also the author of "The Idea of Latin America".

About the Series
Acknowledgments
Introduction: Papelitos Guardados: Theorizing Latinidades
Through Testimonio
Geneaologies of Empowerment
Certified Organic Intellectual
My Father's Hands
Vignettes of a Working-Class Puerto Rican Girl in Brooklyn, New York
Silence Begins at Home
You Speak Spanish Because You Are Jewish?
Getting There Cuando No Hay Camino
Reflection and Rebirth: The Evolving Life of a Latina Academic
Mi Primera Amiguita: Carmelita
The House That Mam� Biela Built
Lightning
My Name Is This Story
Resisting the Alcemy of Erasure: Journey to Labor Ideas
Esta Risa No Es de Loca
A Esconditas: A Chicana Feminist Teacher Who Writes/A Chicana Feminist Writer Who Teaches
Canto de Mi Madre/Canto de Mi Padre
Daughter of Bootstrap
Beyond Survival: A Politics/Poetics of Puerto Rican Consciousness
I Can Fly: Of Dreams and Other Nonfictions
Alchemies of Erasure
The Christmas Present
Snapshots from My Daze in School
Point of Departure
Another Way to Grow Up Puerto Rican
El Beso
The Prize of a New Cadillac
La Tra(d)ici�n
Between Perfection and Invisibility
Diary of La Llorona with a Ph. D.
Welcome to the Ivory Tower
I Still Don't Know Why
Lessons Learned from an Assistant Professor
Don't You Like Being in the University?
Temporary Latina
Dispelling the Sombras
In�s Hern�ndez Avila
Biting Through
Sand from Varadero Beach
Speaking Among Friends: Whose Empowerment, Whose Resistance?
The Body Re/members
Reading the Body
Missing Body
Malabareando/Juggling
Migraine/Jacqueca
The Wart
Why My Ears Aren't Pierced
Night Terrors
La Princesa
Forced by Circumstance
Let Me Sleep
Depression
Desde el Div�n: Testimonios from the Couch
Telling to Live: Devoro la Mentira, Resucitando Mi Ser
Passion, Desires, and Celebrations
Shameless Desire
La Cosa
Boleros
A Working-Class Bruja's Fears and Desires
A�n
The Names I Used to Call Your/The Names I Do Call You
Pl�tanos and Palms
Three Penny Opera or Eve's Symphony in B Minor
Descubrimiento(s)
Entre Nosotras
Pisco and Cranberry
De lo que es Amor de lo que es Vida
Eating Mango
Everyday Grace
Tenemos que Swguir Luchando
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