Thursday, 28 December
116. Latin American and Latina, Chicana, and Native American Feminisms: Theoretical and Pedagogical Approaches
8:30–9:45 a.m., Commonwealth Hall D, Loews
Program arranged by the Division on Women’s Studies in Language and Literature
Presiding: María Herrera-Sobek, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara
1. “Recovering Local Knowledges: Maps in Chicana and Indigenous Women’s Writings,” Kelli Lyon Johnson, Miami Univ., Hamilton
2. “Before and after the United States: Refiguring the Rhetorical Borderlands of Queer Aztlán and Native Nationhood,” Ahimsa Timoteo Bodhrán, Michigan State Univ.
3. “Transnational Chicana and Latina Feminism: The Construction of Gender (and Race) in Historical Narratives,” Juanita Isabel Heredia, Northern Arizona Univ.
4. “Peruvian Feminisms, Latin American Feminisms: Reimagined Strategies for Challenging Times (1980–2000),” Silvia Bermúdez, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara
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