Women's and Gender Studies
Exploring feminist theoretical perspectives and analyzing the structural and interpersonal dimensions of race, ethnicity, class, gender, and sexuality
Inter-American Encounters in the Travel and Migration Narratives of Mayra Montero and Cristina Garcı´a: Toward a Decolonial Hemispheric Feminism (University of Chicago Press, 2014)This essay merges scholarship on coloniality and hemispheric theories to elaborate a hemispheric decolonial feminism. I adopt this approach to illustrate how two Cuban exile writers, Mayra Montero and Cristina García, ...
Narrative as a Resource for Feminist Practices of Socially Engaged Inquiry: Mayra Montero’s In the Palm of Darkness (Wiley, 2013)Against the view that the physical sciences should be the privileged source of reliable knowledge within the academy in general, and in philosophy in particular, this essay argues that an interdisciplinary approach to ...