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Ethnic Studies Review
Chicana Feminisms: A Critical Reader is a multidisciplinary anthology of twenty-two essays-eleven essays by scholars and creative writers, followed by eleven "respondent" essays. Edited by five professors from UC, Santa Cruz, Chicana Feminisms focuses on three major themes: (i) "lived realities" (ii) "creative expression" and (iii) "the politics of representation" (7). These themes are about the diversity of Chicana experience relative to socio-economic status, sexual orientation, language, and geographical region.
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