Foreword / Maria Herreza-Sobek -- Introduction: Peligro! Subversive Subjects: Chicana and Chicano Cultural Studies in the 21st Century / Arturo J. Aldama and Naomi H. Quinonez -- Pt. I. Dangerous Bodies. 1. Millennial Anxieties: Borders, Violence, and the Struggle for Chicana and Chicano Subjectivity / Arturo J. Aldama. 2. Writing on the Social Body: Dresses and Body Ornamentation in Contemporary Chicana Art / Laura E. Perez. 3. New Iconographies: Film Culture in Chicano Cultural Production / Ramon Garcia. 4. Penalizing Chicano/a Bodies in Edward J. Olmos's American Me / Frederick Luis Aldama. 5. Biopower, Reproduction, and the Migrant Woman's Body / Jonathan Xavier Inda. 6. Anzaldua's Frontera: Inscribing Gynetics / Norma Alarcon -- Pt. II. Dismantling Colonial/Patriarchal Legacies. 7. Re(Riting) the Chicana Postcolonial: From Traitor to 21st Century Interpreter / Naomi H. Quinonez. 8. How the Border Lies: Some Historical Reflections / Patricia Penn-Hilden. 9. "See How I Am Received": Nationalism, Race, and Gender in Who Would Have Thought It! / Amelia Maria de la Luz Montes. 10. Engendering Re/Solutions: The (Feminist) Legacy of Estela Portillo Trambley / Cordelia Candelaria. 11. Unir los Lazos: Braiding Chicana and Mexicana Subjectivities / Anna M. Sandoval. 12. Borders, Feminism, and Spirituality: Movements in Chicana Aesthetic Revisioning / Sarah Ramirez -- Pt. III. Mapping Space and Reclaiming Place. 13. Border/Transformative Pedagogies at the End of the Millennium: Chicana/o Cultural Studies and Education / Alejandra Elenes. 14. On the Bad Edge of La Frontera / Jose David Saldivar. 15. "Here Is Something You Can't Understand ...": Chicano Rap and the Critique of Globalization / Pancho McFarland. 16. A Sifting of Centuries: Afro-Chicano Interaction and Popular Musical Culture in California, 1960-2000 / Gaye T. M. Johnson. 17. Narratives of Undocumented Mexican Immigration as Chicana/o Acts of Intellectual and Political Responsibility / Alberto Ledesma. 18. Teki Lenguas del Yollotzin (Cut Tongues from the Heart): Colonialism, Borders, and the Politics of Space / Delberto Dario Ruiz. 19. The Alamo, Slavery, and the Politics of Memory / Rolando J. Romero. 20. Color Coded: Reflections at the Millennium / Vicki L. Ruiz
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