Sitios y Lenguas: Chicanas Theorize Feminisms

Hypatia 13 (2):134-161 (1998)
Chicana feminist writers have written eloquently about the condition of women in their communities. Many of them have aligned themselves with and participated in various political movements. This practice has infused their theorizing with various influences which makes them similar to other feminist theorists but also different. This paper provides an overview of how Chicana feminist writings address the ethnic specific ways in which gender oppression is imposed on them and their proposals for liberation
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DOI 10.2979/HYP.1998.13.2.134
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