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- ISBN: 9780190062972 | 0190062975
- Cover: Paperback
- Copyright: 2/25/2020
Andrea J. Pitts is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at University of North Carolina, Charlotte. Their publications appear in IJFAB: The International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, Hypatia, Radical Philosophy Review, and Inter-American Journal of Philosophy. Pitts is also co-editor of Beyond Bergson: Examining Race and Colonialism through the Writings of Henri Bergson (SUNY Press, 2019).
José Medina is Walter Dill Scott Professor of Philosophy at Northwestern University. His books include Speaking from Elsewhere (SUNY Press, 2006), and The Epistemology of Resistance (Oxford University Press, 2012), which received the 2012 North-American Society for Social Philosophy Book Award.
Mariana Ortega is Associate Professor in the Departments of Philosophy and Women's, Gender, and Sexualities Studies, and an affiliate in Latina/o Studies at the Pennsylvania State University. She is co-editor with Linda Martín-Alcoff of the anthology Constructing the Nation: A Race and Nationalism Reader (SUNY Press, 2009) and author of In-Between: Latina Feminist Phenomenology, Multiplicity, and the Self (SUNY Press, 2016). She is the founder and director of the Latina/x Feminisms Roundtable (Formerly the Roundtable on Latina Feminism), a forum for U. S. Latina/x and Latin American feminisms.
Notes on Contributors
Andrea J. Pitts and José Medina
Section I. Decolonial Movidas: Gender, Community, and Liberation
Chapter 1: Decolonizing Feminist Theory: Latina Contributions to the Debate, Linda Martín Alcoff
Chapter 2: Revisiting Gender: Toward a Decolonial Feminism, María Lugones
Chapter 3: From Women's Movements to Feminist Theories (and Vice Versa), María Luisa Femenías
Chapter 4: Enrique Dussel's Etica de la liberación, US Women-of-Color Decolonizing Practices, and Coalitionary Politics amid Difference, Laura E. Pérez
Chapter 5: Decolonial Feminist Movidas: A Caribeña (Re)thinks "Privilege," the Wages of Gender, and Building Complex Coalitions, Xhercis Méndez
Section II. Making Feminist Selves: Self-Authority, Affect, and Narrativity
Chapter 6: Philosophical Feminism in Latin America, Francesca Gargallo
Chapter 7: Crossroads and In-Between Spaces: A Meditation on Anzaldúa and Beyond, Ofelia Schutte
Chapter 8: "Remaking Human Being": Loving, Kaleidoscopic Consciousness in Helena María Viramontes's Their Dogs Came with Them, Paula M. L. Moya
Chapter 9: African, Latina, and Feminist: Marta Moreno Vega's Remembrance of Life in El Barrio in the 1950s, Theresa Delgadillo
Section III. Knowing Otherwise: Language, Translation, and Alternative Consciousness
Chapter 10: Latin America, Decoloniality, and Translation: Feminists Building Connectant Epistemologies, Claudia de Lima Costa
Chapter 11: Embodied Genealogies: Anzaldúa, Nietzsche, and Diverse Epistemic Practice, Natalie Cisneros
Chapter 12: Between Hermeneutic Violence and Alphabets of Survival, Elena Flores Ruíz
Chapter 13: Hallucinating Knowing: (Extra)ordinary Consciousness, More-Than-Human Perception, and Other Decolonizing Remedios within Latina and Xicana Feminist Theories, Pedro J. DiPietro
Section IV. Aesthetic Longings: Latina Styles, Bodily Vulnerability, and Queer Desires
Chapter 14: Stylized Resistance: Boomerang Perception and Latinas in the Twenty-First Century, Stephanie Rivera Berruz
Chapter 15: Deracializing Representations of Femininity and the Marketing of Latinidad: Zoe Saldana and L'Oréal's True Match Campaign, Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo and Mary K. Bloodsworth-Lugo
Chapter 16: Cámara Queer: Longing, the Photograph, and Queer Latinidad, Mariana Ortega
Chapter 17: Vulnerable Bodies: Juana Alicia's Latina Feminism and Transcorporeal Environmentalism, Julie Avril Minich