Teaching late-twentieth-century Mexicana and Chicana writers / edited by Elizabeth Coonrod Martínez.

New York : Modern Language Association of America, 2021.
x, 344 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
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Mexican literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism.
Mexican literature -- Women authors -- Study and teaching (Higher).
Mexican literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Women and literature -- Mexico -- History -- 20th century.
American literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism.
American literature -- Hispanic American authors -- History and criticism.
American literature -- Hispanic American authors -- Study and teaching (Higher).
American literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Women and literature -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
American literature.
American literature -- Hispanic American authors.
American literature -- Women authors.
Mexican literature.
Mexican literature -- Women authors.
Women and literature.
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"Offers pedagogical techniques for teaching Mexicana and Chicana writers of the late twentieth century in undergraduate classes. Topics include precursors and influences, testimony and chronicle, borderlands culture, gender and identity, cross-cultural connections, and indigeneity. Includes syllabus suggestions and information on editions, reference works, biographies, film adaptations, and online resources"-- Provided by publisher.
Machine generated contents note: pt. I Mexicana Writers and Their Precursors
Teaching Cartucho and Nellie Campobello's Goal of Restoring Pancho Villa to Mexican History / Emron Esplin
Sor Juana's Legacy and Rosario Castellanos's Feminist Essays / Oswaldo Estrada
Testimony and Chronicle in Elena Poniatowska's Las mily una ... La herida de Paulina / Pedro Garcia-Caro
Teaching Contemporary Mexico to General Education Students through Elena Poniatowska's Stories / Mark J. Mascia
Illness and Disability: From Narrative Prosthesis to Life Experience in Works by Maria Luisa Puga / Beth E. Jorgensen
Small Acts of Resistance: The New Woman Confronts Social Conventions in the Narratives of Silvia Molina / Liliana Pedroza
Symbols, Codes, and Points of Focus in Silvia Molina's "Mentira piadosa" / Nathanial Gardner
Narrative Spaces, Gender, and Sephardic Identity in Rosa Nissan's Novia que te vea / Manuel F. Medina
The Reader and the Text in Carmen Boullosa's Fragmented Narratives / Jessica Burke
Navigating Unanswerable Questions in Carmen Boullosa's "So Disappear" / Rabi'a Hakima
pt. II Chicana Writers and Their Precursors
Jovita Gonzalez and "Her People's History": Teaching Borderlands Culture through Close Reading and Archival Practice / Marcel Brousseau
Pre-Civil-Rights-Era Chicana Writing and the Impact of the Mexican Revolution: Josefina Niggli's Step Down, Elder Brother / Alberto Varon
Crossing the (Genre) Border: Sandra Cisneros's Genre Innovation in The House on Mango Street / Shelley Garcia
Navigating Narrative Ambiguity in Ana Castillo's The Mixquiahuala Letters / Ashley Hope Perez
The Holy and the Ordinary: Lessons on Life, Love, and Language in Denise Chavez's Face of an Angel / Mary Jane Hurst
Deconstructing Mexican Masculinity in Denise Chavez's Loving Pedro Infante / Laura P. Alonso-Gallo
Norma Elia Cantu's Canicula and Gloria Anzaldua's Borderlands / La frontera in a Multiethnic Literature Classroom / Margaret Cantu-Sanchez
The Personal and the Historical in Lucha Corpi's Detective Novels / Carol E. Pearson
Feminist Consciousness and Community Activism in Novels by Ana Castillo and Demetria Martinez / Leigh C. Johnson
Domestication and Resistance in the Short Fiction of Alma Luz Villanueva and Helena Maria Viramontes / Sheila Marie Contreras
Lesson Plans for Four Stories in Sandra Cisneros's "Woman Hollering Creek" and Other Stories / Peter Schmidt
pt. III Comparative Notions
Bridging the Border: Guiding a Comparative Study of Nellie Campobello's Cartucho and Sandra Cisneros's The House on Mango Street / Anne M. McGee
Borderlands, Race, and Gender in Novels by Helena Maria Viramontes and Rosario Castellanos / David S. Dalton
Brianda Domecq's Novel La Santa de Cabora and a Southwest Chautauqua about the Curandera Teresa Urrea: A Personal Narrative / Elena Diaz Bjorkquist
Weight, Writing, and Privilege: Carmen Boullosa, Elena Poniatowska, and Rosario Castellanos / Emily Hind
pt. IV Visual and Digital Strategies
Life Writing, Biopics, Gender, and Media: Elena Poniatowska's Tinisima and Leonora / Luis H. Pena
Visual Teaching Strategies and La Malinche as a Cultural Icon / Betsy A. Sandlin
Teaching Queer Chicana Writers through Historical Research, Blogs, and Podcasts / Carolina E. Alonso
Developing Cross-Cultural Awareness and Digital Literacy through an Active Learning Project / Ron Thomas
pt. V Drama and Performance
Reading, Witnessing, and Staging Virginia Grise and Irma Mayorga's The Panza Monologues / Adrianna M. Santos
Evolution of a Transnational Imaginary in the Drama of Josefina Niggli, Josefina Lopez, and Yareli Arizmendi / Norma A. Valenzuela
Confronting Gender and Sexual Identity in Cherrie Moraga's Shadow of a Man / Susan C. Mendez
Mapping and Performing Indigenous Mexicana Identities: Violeta Luna and the Woman of Maize / William R. Stark.
Includes bibliographical references.
Martinez, Elizabeth Coonrod, editor.
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