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Chicana Movidas: New Narratives of Activism and Feminism in the Movement Era Paperback – June 1, 2018
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"Chicana Movidas makes a strong contribution to movement studies, as well as its feminist intentions…This collections marks how bearing witness to a movement and writing from the individual 'I' can be a key movida that inspires others to voice and incites other strategies for social change." (La Bloga 2018-01-22)
"We are witnessing a new racial and social movement, and Chicana Movidas serves as the perfect companion to the new Chicana revolution...Focusing on multiple subjects, from race to gender and sexuality, this anthology serves as a refreshing contribution to social activism and identity equality." (Latinx Spaces 2019-07-07)
"A landmark anthology." (New Books Network: Latino Studies 2019-07-17)
"[A] timely and important book...The twenty-one scholarly essays, testimonies, and interviews included in this collection build on the work of pioneering Chicana feminist scholars, activists, and artists as they both trouble the construction of a homogeneous Chicana feminist subject by Chicano and feminist movement historiography and point to new and important lines of inquiry in Chicana feminist studies." (Latino Studies 2019-04-17)
"Chicana Movidas is the collection to advance the history of Chicanas and the historiography of the Chicano movement into the twenty-first century…masterful." (Pacific Historical Review 2019-07-01)
"A revelatory, energetic mixtape of memory, theory, and movidas. Essential reading in Chicana/o studies." (Vicki L. Ruiz, University of California, Irvine, author of From Out of the Shadows: Mexican Women in Twentieth-Century America)