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Bibliography: Queer Alternative Textualities

On Anzaldúa and Borderlands, etc.

  • Anzaldúa, Gloria (1987). Borderlands/La frontera: The New Mestiza.  San Francisco: Aunt Lute Books.
  • Anzaldúa, Gloria (1981). “Speaking in Tongues: A Letter to 3rd World Women Writers”, in: Cherríe Moraga and Gloria Anzaldúa (eds.).  This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color.  New York: Kitchen Table.  pp. 165-173.
  • Anzaldúa, Gloria (Ed.). (1990).  Making Face, Making Soul/Haciendo Caras: Creative and Critical Perspectives of Feminists of Color.  San Francisco: Aunt Lute Books.
  • Arriaga, María Isabel  (2013).  “Construcciones discursivas en los márgenes: resistencia chicana en Borderlands/ La Frontera: The New Mestiza de Gloria Anzaldúa”, in: Anuario 10.2. pp.1-15.
  • Boyles, Christina  (2014). “And the Gulf Did Not Devour Them: The Gulf as a Site of Transformation in Anzaldúa’s Borderlands and Kingsolver’s The Lacuna”, in: Southern Literary Journal, 46.2. pp.193-
  • Buriel, Juan R (2006). “Resistance in Writing: Gloria Anzaldúa’s Borderlands/La Frontera”, in: Céfiro, 6.1-2.  Pp.24-40.
  • Capetillo-Ponce, Jorge (2006). “Exploring Gloria Anzaldúa’s Mehtodology in Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza”, in Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge, 4. Pp.87-94.
  • Chabram-Dernersesian, Angie (1992). “‘I Throw Punches for My Race but I Don’t Want to Be a Man’ Writing Us: Chica-nos (Girl/Us)/Chicanas into the Movement Script”, in: Lawrence Grossberg, Cary Nelson, and Paula Treichler (eds.).  Cultural Studies. New York: Routledge. pp. 81-95.
  • De Hernández, Jennifer Browdy (1998).  “Mothering the Self: Writing the Lesbian Sublime in Audre Lorde’s Zami and Gloria Anzaldúa’s Borderlands/La Frontera”, in Sandra Kumamoto Stanley (ed). Other Sisterhoods: Literary Theory and US Women of Color. Chicago: University of Illinois Press. Pp.244-262.
  • Esplin, Marlene Hansen  (2016).  “Self-Translation and Accommodation: Strategies of Multilingualism in Gloria Anzaldúa’s Borderlands/La Frontera”, in: Melus, 41.2. pp.176-201
  • Goulart Almedia, Sandra Regina (2000). “Bodily Encounters: Gloria Anzaldúa’s Borderlands/La Frontera”, in: Ilha do Desterro: A Journal of Language and Literature, 39.  Pp.113-123.
  • Hall, Lynda (1999). “Writing Selves Home at the Crossroads: Anzaldúa and Chrystos (Re)Configure Lesbian Bodies”, in: ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature, 30.2. pp. 99-117.
  • Hernández-Lemus, Alberto (2006).  “Performance Activism at the Borderlands:
  • Minutemen, Anzaldúa, Gómez-Peña”, in: Política y Cultura, 26. Pp. 109-129.
  • Keating, AnnLouise (1993). “Writing, Politics, and las Lesberadas: Platicando con Gloria Anzaldúa”, in: Frontiers, 14.1. pp. 105-130.
  • Perales, Monica (2013).  “On Borderlands/ La Frontera: Gloria Anzaldúa and Twenty-Five Years of Research on Gender in the Borderlands”, in: Journal of Women’s History, 25.4.  pp.163-173.
  • Pereira Savi, Melina (2015).  “How Borders Come to Matter? The “Physicality” of the Border in Gloria Anzaldúa’s Borderlands/La Frontera”, in: Anuário de Literatura, 20.2.  pp.181-191.
  • Ramlow, Todd R (2006).  “Bodies in the Boderlands: Gloria Anzaldúa’s and David Wojnarowicz’s Mobility Machines”, in: Melus, 31.3. pp.169-187.
  • Watts, Brenda (2004).  “Aztlán as a Palimpsest: From Chicano Nationalism Toward Transnational Feminism in Anzaldúa’s Borderlands”, in: Latino Studies, 2.3.  pp.304-

Selected Works on Sexuality in Latin America

  • Arenas, Reinaldo (1992). Antes que anochezca.  Barcelona: Tusquets.
  • Buffington, Rob (1997). “Los jotos: Contested Visions of Homosexuality in Modern Mexico”, in Daniel Balderston and Donna J. Guy (eds.).  Sex and Sexuality in Latin America.  New York: NYU Press.  pp. 118-132.
  • Gutmann, Matthew C. (2000). “Home and Habitus in Latin America” in: GLQ, 6.1.  pp. 125-128.
  • Lancaster, Roger N. (1992). Life is Hard: Machismo, Danger, and the Intimacy of Power in Nicaragua. Berkeley: U. California Press.
  • Lumsden, Ian (1991). Homosexuality, Society and the State in Mexico. Mexico: Solediciones/Canadian Gay Archives. 
  • Murray, Stephen O. and Manuel Arboleda G. (1995). “Stigma Transformation and Relexification”, in: Latin American Male Homosexualities. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. pp. 138-144.
  • Murray, Stephen O. and Wayne R. Dynes (1995). “Hispanic Homosexuals: A Spanish Lexicon”, in: Latin American Male Homosexualities. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. pp. 180-192.
  • Pérez, Francisco R. (1997). “El infierno social y personal del marginado: El homosexual en la Ciudad de México”, in: CLA Journal, 41.2. pp. 204-212.
  • Prieur, Annick (1998). Mema’s House, Mexico City: On Transvestites, Queens, and Machos. Chicago: U. of Chicago Press.
  • Schifter, Jacobo (1998). Lila’s House: Male Prostitution in Latin America. New York: Harrington Park Press.