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Fri Mar 21 17:13:46 2014 UTClccn-n811364390.37Drama criticism0.621.00The work of re-membering : reading Gertrude Stein, Gayl Jones, Julie Dash, Cherríe Moraga, and Bessie Head /8309640Cherríe_Moragan 81136439681284Moraga, CherríeMoraga, Cherríe L.Moraga, Cherríe L. 1952-lccn-n81136438Anzaldúa, Gloriaedtlccn-n83189240Romo-Carmona, Mariana1952-lccn-n83189241Gómez, Alma1953-lccn-n84088302Castillo, Anaedtlccn-n90717085Yarbro-Bejarano, Yvonnelccn-no2002070458Mayorga, Irmalccn-no2001031691Rodriguez, Celia Herrerasgnlccn-n80135686Alarcón, Normaedtlccn-n91078832Huerta, Dolores1930-lccn-n81049743Cotera, MarthaMoraga, CherríeDramaLiteraturesInterviewsCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryFeminismAmerican literature--Women authorsAmerican literatureAmerican literature--Minority authorsUnited StatesMexican AmericansMinority womenRadicalismWomenMexican American womenHispanic American lesbiansMoraga, CherríeShort stories--Hispanic authorsAmericaShort stories--Women authorsHispanic American womenMexican American women in literatureMiddle-aged lesbiansArtificial insemination, HumanLesbian mothersPregnancy in middle ageMotherhoodMexican American women--Sexual behaviorMexican Americans in literatureLesbians as literary charactersWomen and literatureAmerican literature--Mexican American authorsHispanic AmericansMexican American lesbiansMexican American women authorsHispanic American feministsMexican American authorsCaliforniaAmerican literature--Hispanic American authorsHispanic American literature (Spanish)--Women authorsAmerican drama--Women authorsAmerican drama--Hispanic American authorsAmerican poetry--Mexican American authorsAmerican poetry--Women authorsFeminism and literatureMexican American women--Intellectual lifePoeticsCotera, MarthaMothersWomen social reformersHuerta, Dolores,Women political activistsHispanic American single mothersDramaDrama--Women authors1952198119831984198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201120122013684278188810.809287PS3563.O753ocn461925060ocn312394998ocn760468142ocn803931563ocn757001219ocn760421357ocn440931497ocn807632083ocn047091015163220ocn010599574book19810.50Moraga, CherríeThis bridge called my back : writings by radical women of colorHistory+-+K85026864578714ocn010470634book19830.66Moraga, CherríeLoving in the war years : lo que nunca pasó por sus labios+-+30463514355324ocn009869613book19830.47Gómez, Alma MCuentos : stories by LatinasLiteratures52311ocn027725636book19930.59Moraga, CherríeThe last generation+-+811935143542211ocn030651038book19940.56Moraga, CherríeHeroes and saints & other playsDrama+-+59277668453723ocn037615862book19970.50Moraga, CherríeWaiting in the wings : portrait of a queer motherhood"A jewel of a book by this celebrated Chicana lesbian writer chronicling 'one small human being's struggle for survival,' her 21/2-pound premature baby boy. While the specifics belong to Moraga and her loved ones, the tale is told in common with every woman who has experienced the wonder and terror of pregnancy, the trauma of a child's near-death."--BOOK JACKET+-+87456981063222ocn048126708book20010.63Moraga, CherríeThe hungry womanDrama+-+K5998052452974ocn692084772book20110.76Moraga, CherríeA Xicana codex of changing consciousness : writings, 2000-2010Collection of essays and poems that address the challenges of being a Chicana, a lesbian, and a feminist in the changing world of the twenty-first century+-+57149877352524ocn050741100book20020.73Moraga, CherríeWatsonville : some place not here ; Circle in the dirt : el pueblo de East Palo AltoDrama+-+50998052452056ocn029334931book19890.73The sexuality of LatinasCriticism, interpretation, etc1796ocn015335962book19860.76Moraga, CherríeGiving up the ghost : teatro in two actsDrama1764ocn018327420book19880.47Moraga, CherríeEsta puente, mi espalda : voces de mujeres tercermundistas en los Estados Unidos+-+1468385645324911ocn565841931visu20090.86A crushing love Chicanas, motherhood and activismInterviewsA documentary that honors five mothers who have raised families and have made important contributions as workers, activists, educators, leaders, and who effect broad-based social change715ocn268789862file19940.93Moraga, CherríeHeroes and saintsDrama+-+5927766845714ocn268790631file19920.93Moraga, CherríeShadow of a manDrama"Set in the Rodriguez home, a Mexican family living in Los Angeles ... the circle of women in the play include Lupe's elder sister, Leticia, a rebellious daughter aggressively seeking change for Chicana women; Rosario, the unwed, non-traditional aunt who speaks her mind ... and Hortensia, the mother locked into what has become an abusive marriage"--Introd714ocn137351463com20040.93Moraga, CherríeCircle in the dirt, el pueblo de East Palo AltoDrama703ocn137351468com20040.93Moraga, CherríeWatsonville, some place not hereDrama693ocn268789801file20040.94Moraga, CherríeGiving up the ghostDrama693ocn268791047file20040.94Moraga, CherríeThe hungry womanDrama452ocn304158973com20050.95Moraga, CherríeHeart of the earthDrama3564ocn045879871book20010.76Yarbro-Bejarano, YvonneThe wounded heart : writing on Cherríe MoragaHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+5351427475301ocn056966869book20040.70Bandau, AnjaStrategien der Autorisierung : Projektionen der Chicana bei Gloria Anzaldúa und Cherríe MoragaCriticism, interpretation, etc211ocn644710690com20080.47Contemporary literary criticismCriticism, interpretation, etcStories, plots, etcCovers authors who are currently active or who died after December 31, 1959. Profiles novelists, poets, playwrights and other creative and nonfiction writers by providing criticism taken from books, magazines, literary reviews, newspapers and scholarly journals+-+7920412325202ocn060779976book20050.92Jonsson, CarlaCode-switching in Chicano theater : power, identity and style in three plays by Cherríe MoragaCriticism, interpretation, etc162ocn058467407book20040.92Gerds, HeikeLiving beyond the gender trap : concepts of gender and sexual expression envisioned by Marge Piercy, Cherríe Moraga and Leslie FeinbergCriticism, interpretation, etc161ocn644707112com20000.47Contemporary literary criticismCriticism, interpretation, etcStories, plots, etcCovers authors who are currently active or who died after December 31, 1959. Profiles novelists, poets, playwrights and other creative and nonfiction writers by providing criticism taken from books, magazines, literary reviews, newspapers and scholarly journals+-+0657812325123ocn037795600book19960.95Brady, Mary PatriciaExtinct lands, scarred bodies : Chicana literature and the reinvention of spaceCriticism, interpretation, etc101ocn019452878visu19880.66Moraga, CherríeCherríe Moraga poemsBiographyInterviewsThe Chicano poet and playwright reads from works; Voices of the fallers, La dulce culpa, Passage, I want to catch it, and excerpts from Giving up the ghost, and Dreaming of other planets. An interview with Ana Castillo and answers to audience questions follow91ocn824350344book20120.79Tekin, İnci BilginMyths of oppression : revisited in Cherrie Moraga's and Liz Lochhead's dramaCriticism, interpretation, etc61ocn855704449book20130.92Vivancos Pérez, Ricardo FRadical Chicana PoeticsCriticism, interpretation, etc"In This Bridge Called My Back, Gloria Anzaldúa wrote: "A woman who writes has power. A woman who writes is feared. In the eyes of the world this makes us dangerous beasts." Her statement marked a moment of collective self-recognition. Radical Chicana Poetics considers this moment as a point of entry into Chicana writings. Offering a transdisciplinary analysis of works by Anzaldúa, Cherríe Moraga, Ana Castillo, Emma Pérez, Alicia Gaspar de Alba, and Sandra Cisneros, this book explores how radical Chicanas deal with tensions that arise from their focus on the body, desire, and writing. Delving into the subtle differences between the authors, Ricardo F. Vivancos Pérez sheds new light on contemporary cultural production and feminist activism, and reflects upon positionality and ethics in Chicana and Latina scholarship." -- Publisher website42ocn046349148book19990.92Flores, ElizabethChicana testimonio and autobiography : memory, representation, and identity in Lucas, Ruiz, Moraga, and AnzalduaCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography32ocn047016349book19990.96Knutson, Lin"A politics of location" : women, race, and space in the U.S. 1970-1995History31ocn660321882book20040.37Drama criticismCriticism, interpretation, etcBio-bibliographyBiographyStories, plots, etcPresents literary criticism on the works of dramatists of all nations, cultures, and time periods. Critical essays are selected from leading sources, including published journals, magazines, books, reviews, radio transcripts, diaries, newspapers, broadsheets, pamphlets, and scholarly papers+-+076311232521ocn050277665book19970.97López, Tiffany AnaBodily inscriptions : representations of the female body as cultural critique in U.S. Latina dramaCriticism, interpretation, etc22ocn849929160rcrd1.00Sanchez, Graciela IOral history interview with Graciela SanchezInterviewsSánchez speaks of her family background, her family's move to Chicago, return to San Antonio, and cultural traditions; San Antonio's Chili Queens; activism in the community; high school, attending Yale University; MEChA; Gloria Anzaldúa and This Bridge Called My Back; working for the Southwest Voter Registration Project; MALDEF, Mexican American Legal Defense; the foundation of Esperanza Peace and Justice Center with Susan Guerra and others; going to Cuba to study film; the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center; the values of being "buena gente," "good people"; Ellas, a Latina lesbian organization; working with Amy Kastely, lawyer; Mujer Artes; her film "No Porque lo Diga Fidel Castro"; working for AIDS prevention/education; the newsletter "The Interchange" which became "La Voz de Esperanza"; Stonehaven Ranch, a retreat location; the film screenings "Other America"; the complete de-funding of Esperanza in 1997 and the four year litigation with the city of San Antonio; trying to save the building La Gloria and other endeavors taken on by the Esperanza; the Cuentos Project and recent events sponsored by the Esperanza. Sánchez also recalls Audre Lorde, Luz Calvo, Eduardo Diaz, Liliana Wilson Grez, Cherríe Moraga, Cynthia Perez, Genevieve Vaughn, Franco Mondini-Ruiz, and others21ocn033028865book19940.96Jay, Julia DeFoorWomen's identity formations and the intersecting concepts of gender, race, and class in the plays of Ntozake Shange, Beth Henley, and Cherrie MoragaCriticism, interpretation, etc21ocn049827916book19991.00Sharpe, Christina ElizabethThe work of re-membering : reading Gertrude Stein, Gayl Jones, Julie Dash, Cherríe Moraga, and Bessie HeadCriticism, interpretation, etcIn texts from different cultures, historical periods, and forms of representation this dissertation examines the engagement with the "shadowy" and productive Africanist presence, including the uses to which the body and the social place of the "mulatto" are put. I am concerned with how the memories that one carries in one's flesh signify differently in different contexts. I am especially interested in how the things that one does not know or acknowledge nonetheless continue to produce oppressive structures; in how the unknown trauma or desire that structures our lives is reproduced; and in how unrepresentable or unrepresented social structures and relations emerge in the present and into the future. The mulatto and the Africanist presence are particularly relevant to this undertaking. The commitment of Gertrude Stein, Gayl Jones, Julie Dash, Cherrie Moraga, and Bessie Head to complex characters and situations allows for an examination of the ways that inter- and intra-racial violence get re-collected and re-membered across "limits" of race, class, gender, and time period. This dissertation explores how one might perform trauma without re-membering it; how one might re-member in ways that are changing and performative, and not static and monumental. Examining the texts that occasion this dissertation, I intend to make visible the invisible and the latent and unacknowledged in different representations of blackness that occur across time periods and nations and artistic and literary forms11ocn043684721book19990.47Benincasa, Marcy WoodIn the shadows : the search for identity in the writings of Gloria Anzaldúa, Cherrie Moraga, Sandra Cisneros, and Julia AlvarezCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn781958204book20110.47Chapa, Elizabeth GLucha, lengua, y revolución conocimiento and spiritual activism in Cherríe Moraga's Heroes and Saints and Watsonville: Some Place Not HereCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn192074474book20060.92Vivancos Pérez, Ricardo FInternal diversity in contemporary Chicana literature : the "other within" in the works of Cherrie Moraga and Sandra CisnerosCriticism, interpretation, etcThis dissertation studies Chicana feminist writings as an expression of thought in relation to the development of Chicana/o Studies. It examines the emergence of the Chicana feminist "I" from a position of "Other Within," that is, a marginal location within a marginalized social group. Chapter I explains how Chicana feminists become spokespersons for those who occupy this position. The phenomenon occurs since the publication of This Bridge Called My Back in 1981. It involves considering gender and sexuality as a point of entry into identity matters, as well as theorizing about the role of critics and methodologies+-+K850268645+-+K850268645Fri Mar 21 15:47:27 EDT 2014batch27228