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PUBLICATIONS

BOOK, CO-EDITED

  • Co-editor and Introduction with Diana Taylor. Holy Terrors: Latin American Women Perform. Durham: Duke UP, 2003. Introduction: Unimagined Communities (with Taylor). Chapter: “Politics and Culture in a Diva’s Diversion” and translations. 456 pages.

ARTICLES: PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS

  • “Femicide, Impunity, and Citizenship: The Old and New in the Struggle for Social Justice in Guatemala. Chicana/Latina Studies. The Journal of Mujeres Activistas en Letras y Cambio Social. 6.1 Fall 2006. 107-121
  • “Spatial and Corporeal Identity in Mexican Women’s Performance. Windows on Comparative Literature. No.2 (April 06). 5-17. (U of Tokyo)
  • “Latin American Performance Studies: Random Acts or Critical Moves?” Theatre Journal Fall 2004. 459-461.
  • “Embodied Memory in Las Horas de Belén. A Book of Hours.” Theatre Journal 53.4 (2001) 607-632.
  • “Memoria colectiva y cuerpo individual: Política y performance de Astrid Hadad.” Conjunto 121 (2001). 40-49.
  • “Jesusa Rodríguez: An Inconvenient Woman.” Holy Terrors: Latin American Women Perform. Women and Performance. A Journal of Feminist Theory 11.2 (22): 2000. 183-212.
  • “Politics and Culture in a Diva’s Diversion.” In Women and Performance. A Journal of Feminist Theory. 11.2: 2000.149-173.
  • “Lo erótico, lo exótico y el taco: El reciclaje cultural en el arte y performance de Maris Bustamante.” Chasqui 25.2 (1996): 3-18 (w/photographs and journal cover).
  • “Postmodernism and Feminism in Contemporary Mexican Theatre. Aura y las once mil vírgenes by Carmen Boullosa.” Latin American Theatre Review 28:2 (1995): 55-71.
  • “Theatre in Mexico City: New Challenges, New Visions. Summer 1994.” Latin American Theatre Review 28.2 (1995): 133-140.
  • “University Theatre and Cultural Politics in Contemporary Mexican Society.” Hispania 78 (1995): 205-214.

REFEREED

  • “Transformative Pedagogies for Peace and Social Justice” in Feministas Unidas 24:2 Fall 2004. Also published on line: http://www.asu.edu/languages/femunida  Dec. 2004.
  • “‘And She Wears It Well’: Feminist and Cultural Debates in the Performance of Astrid Hadad” in Latinas on Stage. Norma Alarcón and Lillian Manzor, eds. Berkeley: Third Woman Press, 2000.
  • “Performance in Mexico: Jesusa Rodríguez’s Body in Play.” Coco Fusco, ed. Corpus Delecti. Performance in Latin America. London, NY: Routledge, 2000.
  • “Obligingly Heretic Art, New Challenges for Criticism: The Theatre of Mexican Author Carmen Boullosa” in Latin American Women Dramatists: Theatre, Texts, and Theories. Catherine Larson and Margarita Vargas, eds. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1998. 181-201.
  • “Mujeres, género, y el arte de escribir” in Proyecciones sobre la novela. Linda Gould Levine and Ellen Marson, eds. Hanover, NH: Ediciones del Norte, 196. 187-206.
  • “El discurso del poder en El suplicio del placer de Sabina Berman” in De la colonia a la postmodernidad: teoría teatral y crítica sobre teatro latinoamericano. Peter Roster and Mario Rojas, eds. Buenos Aires: Editorial Galerna and IITCTL, 1992: 245-252.

INVITED

  • “Fixing the Immigrant Problem in Small Town America: Preserving The American Way of Life” in Testimonios: Latinas/Latinos in the US Through Cyberspace (11 September 2001 - 11 September 2006). México: Universidad Autónoma de México, 2007.
  • “Jesusa Rodríguez: Performing Resistance, Peace, and Humanity.” Columbia Encyclopedia of Modern Drama. 2007.
  • “Youth Movements in Mexico: Indigenous Youth of the Zapatista Rebellion” in Youth Activism: An International Encyclopedia. Volume II. Lonnie R. Sherrod, ed. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press (2005).
  •  “Preserving the American Way of Life” in One Wound for Another. Una herida por otra. Claire Joysmith and Clara Lomas, eds. Mexico, DF: Universidad Autónoma de México, 2004. 139-148.
  • “Inconvenient Women” in La escena imposible ante el globo mundial. Laura Borrás, ed. Madrid: Castanyer Fundación Autor de la SGAE, 2003. 68-85.
  • “Uncovering and Displaying our Universes: Jesusa Rodríguez in/on Mexico” in The Color of Theater. Roberta Uno and Lucy Burns, eds. NY London: Continuum P, 2002. 144-156.
  •  “Sabina Berman” in Latin American Writers on Gay and Lesbian Themes. A Bio-Critical Sourcebook. David Foster, ed. Westport CT: Greenwood Press, 1994: 59-63.

MANUSCRIPT UNDER CONSIDERATION FOR PUBLICATION

  • “There Are Many Ways to Kill A Woman: Structural Deformities, Femicide, Transformative Collaboration in Guatemala’s Narrative of Extreme Gendered Violence” to Latino(a) Research Review (LRR). May 2009. 38 pages.

EDITORIALSHIP

  • Co-editor, with Diana Taylor.  Holy Terrors: Latin American Women Perform. Women and Performance: A Journal of Feminist Theory 11.2 no. 20 (2000).

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Hicks, D. Emily. Border Writing. The Multidimensional Text. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota Press, 1991, in Studies in Twentieth Century Literature 19.1 (1995): 141-143.
  • Feyder, Linda, ed. Shattering the Myth: Plays by Hispanic Women. Houston: Arte Público Press, 1992, in Latin American Theatre Review 28.2 (1995): 175-177.
  • Flores, Yolanda. The Drama of Gender. Feminist Theater by Women of the Americas. New York: Peter Lang, 2000, in Latin American Theatre Review, Spring 2002.
  • Milleret, Margo. Latin American Women in/on Stages. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2004 in Revista de Estudios Hispánicos.

TRANSLATIONS

  • The Legends of the Americas. A Troll Interactive Multimedia CD-Rom. Mahwah, NJ: Spatz Computer Graphics and Troll Associates, Inc., 1995.
  • “Literary Reviews: A Bibliographical Essay” by Luis H. Peña. In Mexican Literature. A History. Austin: U of Texas Press, 1994: 365-383.  
  • “Lyrics and Monologue Fragments of Astrid Hadad” In Women and Performance: Holy Terrors: Latin American Women Perform. A Journal of Feminist Theory. 11.2: 2000. 145-148.
  • “Genesis,” “Barbie: The Revenge of the Devil,” “Censorship: the Bald Rat in the Garbage” by Jesusa Rodríguez. In Holy Terrors: Latin American Women Perform. In Special Issue: Women and Performance, A Journal of Feminist Theory. 11.2: 2000.175-182.  In Holy Terrors: Latin American Women Perform, Duke UP, 2003.

IN-HOUSE HANDBOOK

  • Co-author, Altoona College Faculty Handbook for International Study Design, 2005
  • Co-author, Altoona College Women’s Studies Program Women Mentoring Women Handbook. 2000.

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS

BOOK-LENGTH MANUSCRIPTS

  • Inconvenient Women: Mexican Women’s Writing, Theatre, and Performance. 276 pages.
  • “There Are Many Ways to Kill A Woman: Structural Deformities, Femicide, Transformative Collaboration in Guatemala’s Narrative of Extreme Gendered Violence”. 125 pages.