Criticism in the Borderlands: Studies in Chicano Literature, Culture, and Ideology

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Héctor Calderón, José Saldívar, José David Saldívar, Fredric Jameson, Stanley Fish, Ramón Saldívar
Duke University Press, 30 .. 1991 - 289 ˹
This pathbreaking anthology of Chicano literary criticism, with essays on a remarkable range of textsboth old and newdraws on diverse perspectives in contemporary literary and cultural studies: from ethnographic to postmodernist, from Marxist to feminist, from cultural materialist to new historicist.
The editors have organized essays around four board themes: the situation of Chicano literary studies within American literary history and debates about the canon; representations of the Chicana/o subject; genre, ideology, and history; and the aesthetics of Chicano literature. The volume as a whole aims at generating new ways of understanding what counts as culture and theory and who counts as a theorist. A selected and annotated bibliography of contemporary Chicano literary criticism is also included.
By recovering neglected authors and texts and introducing readers to an emergent Chicano canon, by introducing new perspectives on American literary history, ethnicity, gender, culture, and the literary process itself, Criticism in the Borderlands is an agenda-setting collection that moves beyond previous scholarship to open up the field of Chicano literary studies and to define anew what is American literature.

Contributors. Norma Alarcón, Héctor Calderón, Angie Chabram, Barbara Harlow, Rolando Hinojosa, Luis Leal, José E. Limón, Terese McKenna, Elizabeth J. Ordóñez, Genero Padilla, Alvina E. Quintana, Renato Rosaldo, José David Saldívar, Sonia Saldívar-Hull, Rosaura Sánchez, Roberto Trujillo

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Criticism in the Borderlands
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Narrative Ideology and the Reconstruction of American Literary History
11
The Rewriting of American Literary History
21
The Theoretical Subjects of This Bridge Called My Back and AngloAmerican Feminism
28
Imprisoned Narrative? Or Lies Secrets and Silence in New Mexico Womens Autobiography
43
Alma Villanuevas Life Span
61
The Novelist as Ethnographer
72
Fables of the Fallen Guy
84
Ideological Discourses in Arturo Islass The Rain God
114
Conceptualizing Chicano Critical Discourse
127
Immigration Deportation Prison and Exile
149
Chicano Border Narratives as Cultural Critique
167
Corridos as Social Drama
181
From Gender Politics to Geopolitics
203
Society Gender and the Political Unconscious in MexicanAmerican South Texas
221
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