Bridging: How Gloria Anzaldúa's Life and Work Transformed Our Own ebook
by Gloria González-López,AnaLouise Keating
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Bridging: How Gloria Anza. The book focuses on the work of Gloria Anzaldua and I am not a huge fan of hers. It makes it difficult to reference in academic papers.
Gloria González-López is Associate Professor of Sociology . We wanted to see how other readers have encountered, interpreted, and applied Anzaldúa's contributions, how her life and work have transformed their lives and work.
Gloria González-López is Associate Professor of Sociology, Faculty Associate at the Center for Mexican American Studies, and affiliated with the Center for Women's and Gender Studies and the Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. We were curious about how Anzaldúa's writings have traveled within and beyond the academy: How are activists, poets, and others using her work?
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Intuitive knowing, unmediated by mental constructs-what inner eye, heart, and gut tell you-is the closest you come to direct knowledge (gnosis) of the world, and this experience of reality is partial too. Gloria Anzaldúa, now let us shift.
The inspirational writings of cultural theorist and social justice activist Gloria Anzald?a have empowered generations of women and men throughout the world.
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Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Anzaldu?a, Gloria Influence. Personal Name: Keating, AnaLouise, 1961
Includes bibliographical references and index. Personal Name: Keating, AnaLouise, 1961-. Personal Name: Gonza?lez-Lo?pez, Gloria, 1960-. Rubrics: Mexican Americans in literature Ethnicity in literature Social justice in literature Social change in literature Mexican Americans Intellectual life Women's studies Cross-cultural studies Queer theory.
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Contributors, who include Norma Elia Cantú, Elisa Facio, Shelley Fisher Fishkin, Aída Hurtado, Andrea Lunsford, Denise Segura, Gloria Steinem, and Mohammad Tamdgidi, represent a broad range of generations, professions, academic disciplines, and national backgrounds.
The inspirational writings of cultural theorist and social justice activist Gloria Anzaldúa have empowered generations of women and men throughout the world. Charting the multiplicity of Anzaldúa's impact within and beyond academic disciplines, community trenches, and international borders, Bridging presents more than thirty reflections on her work and her life, examining vibrant facets in surprising new ways and inviting readers to engage with these intimate, heartfelt contributions.
Bridging is divided into five sections: The New Mestizas: "transitions and transformations"; Exposing the Wounds: "You gave me permission to fly in the dark"; Border Crossings: Inner Struggles, Outer Change; Bridging Theories: Intellectual Activism with/in Borders; and "Todas somos nos/otras": Toward a "politics of openness." Contributors, who include Norma Elia Cantú, Elisa Facio, Shelley Fisher Fishkin, Aída Hurtado, Andrea Lunsford, Denise Segura, Gloria Steinem, and Mohammad Tamdgidi, represent a broad range of generations, professions, academic disciplines, and national backgrounds. Critically engaging with Anzaldúa's theories and building on her work, they use virtual diaries, transformational theory, poetry, empirical research, autobiographical narrative, and other genres to creatively explore and boldly enact future directions for Anzaldúan studies.
A book whose form and content reflect Anzaldúa's diverse audience, Bridging perpetuates Anzaldúa's spirit through groundbreaking praxis and visionary insights into culture, gender, sexuality, religion, aesthetics, and politics. This is a collection whose span is as broad and dazzling as Anzaldúa herself.