Reading Chican@ Like a Queer: The De-Mastery of Desire

Reading Chican Like a Queer The De Mastery of Desire This study treats racialized sexuality as a necessary category of analysis for understanding any aspect of Mexican American culture The author demonstrates that representations of racialization actual

  • Title: Reading Chican@ Like a Queer: The De-Mastery of Desire
  • Author: Sandra K. Soto
  • ISBN: 9780292721746
  • Page: 307
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This study treats racialized sexuality as a necessary category of analysis for understanding any aspect of Mexican American culture The author demonstrates that representations of racialization actually depend on the sexual and that a racialized sexuality is an unrecognized organizing principle of Chican literature.
    Reading Chican Like a Queer The De Mastery Reading Chican Like a Queer and millions of other books are available for Kindle Learn Reading Chican Like a Queer The De Mastery of Desire CMAS History, Culture, Society Series Reprint Edition Reading Chican Like a Queer on JSTOR Reading Chican Like a Queer Book Description A race based oppositional paradigm has informed Chicano studies since its emergence In this work, Sandra K Soto replaces that paradigm with a less didactic, flexible framework geared for a queer analysis of the discursive relationship between racialization and sexuality Through rereadings Reading Chican Like a Queer CMAS History Soto gives us a broader and deeper engagement with Chican representations of racialization, desire, and both inter and intracultural social relations.While several scholars have begun to take sexuality seriously by invoking the rich terrain of contemporary Chicana feminist literature for its portrayal of culturally specific and historically Reading Chican Like a Queer The De Mastery of Desire by Reading Chican Like a Queer book Read reviews from world s largest community for readers This study treats racialized sexuality as a necessary categor Reading Chican Like a Queer eBook by Sandra K Soto Jan , Read Reading Chican Like a Queer The De Mastery of Desire by Sandra K Soto available from Rakuten Kobo A race based oppositional paradigm has informed Chicano studies since its emergence In this work, Sandra K Soto replac Reading Chican Like a Queer The De Mastery of Desire By Reading Chican Like a Queer dislodges Chicana feminist literature from its role as incipient evidence of intersectionality and from its register of transparent experience in order to perform a queer discursive analysis of racialized sexuality as an aperture not an endpoint onto the sometimes queer, at other times normative most often, both representations of race, desire, Reading Chican Like a Queer Project MUSE READING CHICAN LIKE A QUEER reader, a thinker, a writer, and a teacher And I actually do not want to do jus tice to it, when to do justice to de mastery to master de mastery would be to discipline, to tame, to reduce, to render intelligible a structure of feeling Reading Chican Like a Queer Project MUSE READING CHICAN LIKE A QUEER of terror or orgy of bloodshed created by the Rangers shoot fi rst ask later policy according to which a man was killed if he did not defend him self, or was tried for murder and hanged if he did and the insidi ous effects of westward expansion Paredes dryly notes the irony the white Cynthia Francica on Reading Chican Like a Queer EW In Reading Chican Like a Queer, Sandra K Soto proposes a paradigm shift in the field of Chicano Studies, which has historically tended to segregate Chicana feminist writers into a somewhat marginal and oppositional sub group within the field Instead, successfully deploying Eve Sedgwick s theoretical tools, Soto forwards a majoritarian approach by suggesting that Reading Chican like a queer The de mastery of desire title Reading Chican like a queer The de mastery of desire, abstract A race based oppositional paradigm has informed Chicano studies since its emergence In this work, Sandra K Soto replaces that paradigm with a less didactic, flexible framework geared for a queer analysis of the discursive relationship between racialization and sexuality.

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