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Gloria Evangelina Anzaldúa: Research │Resources

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READING DATE: Wednesday, October 23, 1991 
SERIES: Fall Reading Series 
SPONSOR(S): UA Poetry Center 
LOCATION(S): Modern Languages Auditorium

Gloria E. Anzaldúa reads widely from her extensive body of work; this reading includes uncollected and unpublished poems. 

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ALTAR │Cruzando Fronteras, Building Bridges

A documentary about Gloria E. Anzaldúa, directed by Daniele Basilio and Paola Zaccaria (2009).

Literary Criticism on Anzaldúa │Available on TexShare Portal

Gloria Anzaldúa: La Gran Nueva Mestiza Theorist, Writer, Activist-Scholar

Summer 2005│ NWSA Journal │ Emma Pérez

Doing Work That Matters: The Impact of Gloria Anzaldúa's 'Borderlands/La Frontera'
​2011 │Brocar │Norma E. Cantú

The Legacy of Gloria Anzaldúa: Finding a Place for Women of Color in Academia
January 2012 │Bilingual Review │by Melissa Castillo-Garsow

Shamanic Urgency and Two-Way Movement as Writing Style in the Works of Gloria Anzaldúa
Invierno 2012 │Letras Femeninas │ Betsy Dahms

The Best-Loved Bones: Spirit and History in Anzaldúa's "Entering into the Serpent"
Spring/Summer 2008 │Feminist Studies │Anthony Lioi

Ya se me quitó la vergüenza y la cobardía. Una plática con Gloria Anzaldúa.
September 1993 │Debate Feminista │Claire Joysmith

Borderlands as Bioregion: Jovita González, Gloria Anzaldúa, and the Twentieth-Century Ecological Revolution in the Rio Grande Valley
Summer 2009 │MELUS │by Priscilla Solis Ybarra

El Mundo Zurdo: International Conference on the Life and Work of Gloria E. Anzaldua
San Antonio, TX

El Retorno: El Valle Celebra Nuestra Gloria Anzaldúa
(In conjunction with El Mundo Zurdo)
UTRGV - Edinburg, TX

I Am Joaquín by Rudolfo Gonzales is referenced in Borderlands/La Frontera.