Chicano/Latino Homoerotic Identities

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Taylor & Francis, 1999 - Literary Criticism - 367 pages
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This collection, which grew out of a research conference held at Arizona State Universoty in November 1997, examines varieties of Chicano/Latino homoerotic identities. It includes essays by a group of scholars who are engaged in defining the parameters of these identities and who are concerned with how those identities interact with the dominate ones articulated by a hegemonic Anglo society in the United States.
 

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Contents

Sandra Cisneros Talking Back
3
Kaleidoscopic
25
Reclamation Resistance and Liberation
47
The Process of Female Sexual
99
Feminine Desire and Homoerotic Representation
113
Hybrid Identities and the Emergence of Dislocated
131
The Subversion of Sitgma
147
The Poet as the Other
159
The Conventions of Porn
217
Theatrical Strategies
231
The Dialectics of Homoeroticism in Cuban Narrative
241
Language
273
Builidng a Research Agenda on U S Latino Lesbigay
287
Appendix
305
Works Cited
327
Contributors
353

Alarcon
175

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