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Wednesday, 28 December

156. Blurring Borders: Theorizing Gloria Anzaldúa

10:15–11:30 a.m., Edison, Washington Hilton

Program arranged by Feministas Unidas

Presiding: Sara E. Cooper, California State Univ., Chico

1. “Revolutionizing Contemporary Theories: Anzaldúa’s Politics of Spirit,” Ana Louise Keating, Texas Woman’s Univ.

2. “Gloria Anzaldúa’s ‘New Mestiza’ and Her Sisters: Language, Resistance, and Female Identity,” Cristina Ferreira-Pinto, Austin, TX

3. “Gloria Anzaldúa and Involutionary Queer Theory,” Mikko J. Tuhkanen, East Carolina Univ.

4. “Mourning Gloria: Moving beyond the Body’s Borders in the Wake of Anzaldúa’s Death,” Suzanne M. Bost, Southern Methodist Univ.

For copies of papers, visit www.asu.edu/languages/femunida/d04/index.htm.

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