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Bienvenidos to McAllen Public Library’s LibGuide focusing on the life and legacy of Gloria Evangelina Anzaldúa, one of our South Texas treasures! Anzaldua’s legacy reaches audiences worldwide with her compelling literary works that explore her life as a queer mestiza from the borderlands. Raised in the Rio Grande Valley, she called Hargill, TX her home and is buried at the Valle de la Paz Cemetery.
Browse through this LibGuide for all types of tidbits about Dr. Anzaldúa, ranging from family records, article clippings, quotes, testimonios and resources for your research!
Gloria E. Anzaldúa Display │NPM 2018
Activism -Borderlands - Boundaries - Chicanism - Code Switching - Culture - Ethnicity - Feminism - Gender - Geography -Identity - Immigration - Language -Literature - LGBT - Migrant Farmworkers - Mestizaje - Politics - Postmodernism -Race - Rio Grande Valley
Remembering Gloria at the Palm View Branch Library
Anzaldúa family and Community Members.
Anzaldúa family, Priscilla Celina Suarez and Kate Horan.
Janie Anzaldua and Priscilla Celina Suarez.
Daniel Garcia Ordaz and Urbano Anzaldúa (Gloria's nephew).