10 edition of New Latina narrative found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -226) and index.
|LC Classifications||PS153.H56 M43 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
|ISBN 10||0816519404, 0816519412|
|LC Control Number||98025528|
US Latina & Latino Oral History Journal Vol. 2 - Thriving at the core of the University of Texas, the US Latina & Latino Oral History Journal has one main goal—to establish the significance of oral history as a way to document, explore, and investigate—as well . The purpose of this qualitative narrative study was to report the stories of Latina’s experiences with the leadership pipeline in higher education, and determine what venues within that pipeline facilitate or impede access to executive level administrative positions.
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New Latina Narrative provides readers an enriched basis for reconceiving the overall Latino/a literary field and its relation to other contemporary literary and cultural trends. McCracken's original approach extends the Latina literary canon—both the works to be studied and the issues to be examined—resulting in a valuable work for all.
During the last two decades of the twentieth century, U.S. Latina writers have made a profound impact on American letters with fiction in both mainstream and regional venues. Following on the heels of this vibrant and growing body of work, New Latina Narrative offers the first in-depth synthesis and literary analysis of this transethnic genre.
Focusing on the dynamic writing published in Cited by: During the last two decades of the twentieth century, U.S. Latina writers have made a profound impact on American letters with fiction in both mainstream and regional venues. Following on the heels of this vibrant and growing body of work, New Latina Narrative offers the first in-depth synthesis and literary analysis of this transethnic genre.
Focusing on the dynamic writing published in the Author: Ellen Mccracken. Introduction: narrative and social change in the age of multiculturalism --Postmodern ethnicity as commodity: containment and resistance in new Latina narrative --The politics of signification --Beyond individualism: collective narration, history, and the autobiographical simulacrum --Remapping religious space: orthodox and non-orthodox.
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