Asociación de Estudios de Género y Sexualidades
Membresía de la AEGS (previamente AILCFH)

January 2014 Newsletter
   
 Estimada membresía,

¡Feliz año 2014! Les recuerdo que es tiempo de renovar su membresía. La forma de hacerlo es a través de la página web de la asociación (http://ailcfh.org/). Recuerden mirar primero la fecha en que vence su suscripción antes de renovar. Para cualquier pregunta diríjanse a nuestra tesorera, María Elena Soliño: msolino@Central.UH.EDU.

1. Noticias sobre la MLA: Chicago 2014
--Feministas Unidas Panel
--Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Texas-Austin MLA Reception
2. Nuevos libros para reseñar en Letras Femeninas/New Books for Review in Letras Femeninas

1. Noticias sobre la MLA: Chicago 2014

--Feministas Unidas Panel

Si van al congreso anual de la MLA, favor de asistir al panel de Feministas Unidas. Para más información (i.e., día, lugar, etc.) y para leer los abstracts de las panelistas, visiten la página web: http://people.wku.edu/inma.pertusa/encuentros/FemUn/meetings.html

--Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Texas-Austin MLA Reception

The Department of Spanish and Portuguese of The University of Texas at Austin invites you to the reception it will host at the next meeting of the Modern Languages Association, Saturday, January 11 at 7:00 pm, Superior Room of the Sheraton Chicago. For more information, contact:

Jill Robbins
Professor and Chair
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
The University of Texas at Austin
1 University Station B3700
Austin, TX 78712
512-471-7284

2. Nuevos libros para reseñar 14 de diciembre 2013
Si le gustaría hacer una reseña de uno de los próximos libros, favor de ponerse en contacto con la Editora de las Reseñas de Letras Femeninas, María Guadalupe Catalayud, Maria.Calatayud@ung.edu.

• Brondo, Keri Vacanti. Land Grab: Gree Neoliberalism, Gender, and Garifuna Resistance in Honduras. The University of Arizona press. 227pp.
• Dávila, Arlene. Latinos Inc. The Marketing and Making of a People. 284pp.
• Dowdy, Michael. Broken Souths: Latina/o Poetic Responses to Neoliberalism and Globalization. The University of Arizona Press. 279pp.
• Eller, Cynthia. Gentlemen and Amazons. The Myth of Matriarchal Prehistory 1861-1900. University of California Press, Berkeley. 265pp.
• Ferré, Rosario. Sweet Diamond Dust and Other Stories. Penguin. 195pp.
• Giménez Smith, Carmen. Milk & Filth. The University of Arizona Press. 66pp.
• Habell-Pallán, Michelle & Raussert, Wilfried. Cornbread and Cuchifritos: Ethnic Identity Politics, Transnationalization, and Transculturation in American Urban Popular Music. Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier. 281pp.
• Hindery, Derrick. Foreword by Susanna B. Hecht. From Enron to Evo: Pipeline politics, Global Environmentalism, and Indigenous Rights in Bolivia. The University of Arizona Press. 295pp.
• Jablonski, Nina G. Living Color: The Biological and Social Meaning of Skin Color. University of California Press. 250pp.
• Klee, Carol A. Ed. Sociolinguistics of the Spanish-Speaking World: Iberia, Latin America, United States. Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe. 358pp.
• Kroeber, Theodora. Ishi in Two Worlds. A Biography of the Last Wild Indian in North America. University of California press. 252pp.
• Legnani, Nicole Delia. Trans. Titu Cusi: A 16th Century Account of the Conquest. Harvard University Press. 205pp.
• Martínez-Cruz, Paloma. Women and Knowledge in Mesoamerica: From East L.A. to Anahuac. The University of Arizona Press. 188pp.
• Mistral, Grabriela. Motivos: The Life of St. Francis. Ed& Trans. By Elizabeth Horan. Bilingual Edition. Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingüe. 182pp.
• Montoya, Rosario. Gendered Scenarios of Revolution: Making New Men and New Women in Nicaragua, 1975-2000. The University of Arizona press. 227pp.
• Noll-Opitz, Daniela, Raab, Josef, & Thies, Sebastian. Screening the Americas: Proyectando las Américas. Narration of Nation in Documentary Film: Narración de la nación en el cine documental. Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier& Bilingual Press/ Editorial Bilingüe. 445pp.
• Ramos L, Frances. Identity, Ritual, and Power in Colonial Puebla. The University of Arizona Press. 245pp.
• Rice, Roberta. The New Politics of Protest: Indigenous Mobilization in Latin America´s Neoliberal Era. The University of Arizona Press. 160pp.
• Roberts, F.S. Elizabeth. God’s Laboratory: Assisted Reproduction in the Andes. University of California Press, Berkeley. 271pp.
• Sanborn Cynthia & Portocarrero, Felipe. Philanthropy and Social Change in Latin America. Harvard University Press. 444pp.
• Standfield-Mazzi, Maya. Object and Apparition: Envisioning the Christian divine in the Colonial Andes. The University of Arizona Press. 244pp.
• Staudt, Kathleen, Payan, Tony & Kruszewski, Z. Anthony. A War that Can´t Be Won. Binational Perspectives on the War on Drugs. The University of Arizona Press. 339pp.
• Van Valen, Gary. Indigenous Agency in the Amazon: The mojos in Liberal and Rubber-Boom Bolivia, 1842-1932. The University of Arizona Press. 240pp.
• Viladrich, Anahí. More than two to Tango: Argentine Tango Immigrants in New York. The University of Arizona Press. 245pp.
 
 
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