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Reading [email protected] like a queer

Sandra K. Soto

Reading [email protected] like a queer

the de-mastery of desire

by Sandra K. Soto

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Published by University of Texas Press in Austin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • American literature -- Mexican American authors -- History and criticism,
  • Desire in literature,
  • Sex in literature,
  • Race in literature,
  • Mexican Americans in literature,
  • Mexican Americans -- Race identity

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesReading Chicana like a queer
    StatementSandra K. Soto.
    SeriesCMAS history, culture, and society series
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS153.M4 S67 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23668272M
    ISBN 109780292721746
    LC Control Number2009032144
    OCLC/WorldCa431533551

      Sandra K. Soto, Associate Professor of Gender & Women’s Studies, University of Arizona; author of The De-Mastery of Desire: Reading [email protected] Like a Queer Susan Stryker, Associate Professor, Gender and Women’s Studies, University of Arizona; Founding Co-Editor, TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly. Dan Tillapaugh, California Lutheran University. English [] Etymology [] @ resembles both the feminine ending/element a and the masculine o. Noun []. [email protected] (plural [email protected]) A Chicano or Chicana, Sandra K. Soto, Reading [email protected] Like a Queer: The De-Mastery of Desire, University of Texas Press () The history generated by those presuppositions—and, tautologically, the presuppositions that continue to .

    Her book, Reading [email protected] Like a Queer: The De-Mastery of Desire (), replaces the race-based oppositional paradigm of Chicano literary studies with a less didactic, more flexible framework geared for a queer analysis of the discursive relationship between . with which Chicana/o Studies is currently entangled. At the end of her book, Reading [email protected] Like a Queer: The De-Mastery of Desire, Soto asks, “What responsibilities does the younger [email protected] scholar have to the ethnonationalist ethos of Chicano Studies as elaborated in ‘El Plan de Santa Barbara’ and.

    Cover Image: “Reading [email protected] Like a Queer: The De-mastery of Desire” by Sandra K. Soto published by University of Texas Press, Austin, TX; Cover Image: “Encarnacion: Illness and Body Politics in Chicana Feminist Literature” by Suzanne Bost published by Fordham University Press, Bronx, NY. Sandra K. Soto is Associate Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies at the University of Arizona, editor of Feminist Formations, and co-editor of The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latino the calendar year, she is the Winton Chair in the Liberal Arts and Visiting Professor at The University of Minnesota (American Studies and Chicano & Latino .


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Her interdisciplinary research and teaching interests. Book review of Reading [email protected] Like a Queer: The De-Mastery of Desire by Sandra K. Soto, part of the Chicana Matters Series. Publisher Mujeres Activas en Letras y Author: Rita Urquijo-Ruiz. Reading [email protected] like a queer: The de-mastery of desire This chapter puts into conversation existing themes of [email protected] theology and queer theory.

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$ (cloth) $ (paper). a personal conversation with Chicano queer playwright. Racializing queerness, queering nationalism [Review of the book Reading [email protected] like a queer: The de-mastery of desire, by. Soto]. Chicana/Latina Studies, 11 Author: Rita Urquijo-Ruiz. Rod Dreher is a senior editor at The American has written and edited for the New York Post, The Dallas Morning News, National Review, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, the Washington.

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