Mexicana Throught from North and South: Writing, Art, Film
Fiction, art, and theory by Mexican women from both sides of the U.S./Mexico border, 1950 to the present. Considers affective and political relationships revealed in narratives of belonging and exclusion, and new thinking about gender, race, and history. Poses questions about nations and nationalism, perceptions and performances of the body, and the social and political promise of expressive culture. Emphasis on visual culture including photography, performance, posters, new media, video and film. One course.