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    volume 6 number 2 (Spring 2007)
    Author:   Tiffany Ana López
    Title:  Editor's Commentary: Art, Discourse, Dialogue
    Abstract:   none available
    Pages: 6 - 7
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    Author:   Guisela M Latorre
    Title:  Chicana Art and Scholarship on the Interstices of Our Disciplines
    Abstract:   Chicana art: focused issue
    Pages: 10 - 21
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    Author:   Constance Cortez
    Title:  History/Whose-Story? Postcoloniality and Contemporary Chicana Art
    Abstract:   Latinas/Chicanas have radically transformed late-twentieth-century and early twenty-first-century art by introducing issues of gender and sexuality within Latina/o society, as well as by challenging patriarchal colonial and postcolonial orders. Their ambivalent relationship to male-centered colonial cultures and Euro-American feminism situates their artistic production within a bordered space, a decolonial imaginary as noted by Emma Pérez, that is saturated with personal and aesthetic possibilities. By recently gaining acceptance among mainstream museums, galleries, and collectors, Latina/Chicana art has set in motion a disruption of the center/periphery paradigm that often defines power relations in the United States and, in particular, the art world. This article discusses the work of three artists, Celia Herrera Rodriguez, Consuelo Jiménez Underwood, and Delilah Montoya, in light of their individual postcolonial visual epistemologies. Their work not only stands as an exploration and critique of historic objectivity but also responds to challenges brought about by contemporary political and social realities.
    Pages: 22 - 54
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    Author:   Laura E Pérez
    Title:  Maestrapeace: Picturing the Power of Women's Histories of Creativity
    Abstract:   Chicana art: focused issue
    Pages: 56 - 66
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    Authors:   María Herrera-Sobek, Alma Lopez and Guisela M Latorre
    Title:  Digital Art, Chicana Feminism, and Mexican Iconography: A Visual Narrative by Alma Lopez in Naples, Italy
    Abstract:   Chicana art: focused issue
    Pages: 68 - 91
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    Author:   Lorena Macias
    Title:  Trophies
    Abstract:   Creative writing
    Pages: 94 - 98
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    Author:   reina alejandra prado
    Title:  Sangre Ardiente
    Abstract:   Creative writing
    Pages: 100 - 101
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    Author:   reina alejandra prado
    Title:  Red August Moon
    Abstract:   Creative writing
    Pages: 102 - 103
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    Author:   reina alejandra prado
    Title:  La Diabla
    Abstract:   Creative writing
    Pages: 104 - 106
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    Author:   Diana Marie Delgado
    Title:  Free Cheese & Butter
    Abstract:   Creative writing
    Pages: 108 - 108
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    Author:   Diana Marie Delgado
    Title:  Extremis
    Abstract:   Creative writing
    Pages: 110 - 110
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    Author:   Diana Marie Delgado
    Title:  Correspondence
    Abstract:   Creative writing
    Pages: 112 - 112
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    Author:   Irene Lara
    Title:  Our Lady at the Meyer Library
    Abstract:   Creative writing
    Pages: 114 - 115
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    Author:   R. Aída Hernández Castillo
    Title:  State Violence and Gender in San Salvador Atenco, Mexico
    Abstract:   Occasional section: activist notebooks
    Pages: 118 - 129
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    Author:   Anita Tijerina Revilla
    Title:  Desert Blood: An Insight to the
    Abstract:   Desert Blood: The Juárez Murders. By Alicia Gaspar de Alba. Houston: Arte Público, 2005. 346 pages. $23.95 (cloth).
    Pages: 132 - 135
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