Friday, October 19, 2018

Latina/o Language, Discourses and Rhetorics


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Cintron, Ralph.  “Valerio’s Walls and the Rhetorics of the Everyday.” Latino/a Discourses:  On Language, Identity, and Literacy Education.  Ed. Michelle Hall Kells, Valerie Balester, and Victor Villanueva.  Portsmouth, NH:  Boynton/Cook, 2004.  70-84.

Cortez, Sarah.  “Visions of the City:  A Classroom Experience.” Latino/a Discourses:  On Language, Identity, and Literacy Education.  Ed. Michelle Hall Kells, Valerie Balester, and Victor Villanueva.  Portsmouth, NH:  Boynton/Cook, 2004.  96-113.

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Kells, Michelle Hall  “Understanding the Rhetorical Value of Tejano Codeswitching.” Latino/a Discourses:  On Language, Identity, and Literacy Education.  Ed. Michelle Hall Kells, Valerie Balester, and Victor Villanueva.  Portsmouth, NH:  Boynton/Cook, 2004.  24-39.

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Mej’a, Jaime.  “Bridging Rhetoric and Composition Studies with Chicano and Chicana Studies:  A Turn to Critical Pedagogy.” Latino/a Discourses:  On Language, Identity, and Literacy Education.  Ed. Michelle Hall Kells, Valerie Balester, and Victor Villanueva.  Portsmouth, NH:  Boynton/Cook, 2004.  40-56.

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Mej’a, Jaime Armin.  “They Could Be Giants:  Gregorio Cortez, Carmen Lomas Garza’s Familias, and Spy Kids.” Rhetoric and Ethnicity. Ed. Keith Gilyard and Vorris Nunley.  Portsmouth, NH:  Boynton/Cook, 2004.  70-76.

MiguŽlez, Cynthia.  “The ‘Normalization’ of Minority Languages in Spain.” Language Ideologies:  Critical Perspectives on the Official English Movement.  Vol. 2.  Ed. Roseann Due–as Gonz‡lez.  Urbana, IL:  National Council of Teachers of English, 2001.  346-368.

MilanŽs, Cecilia Rodr’guez, Linda Flower, Beverly Moss, and Marco Portales.  “Tertulia.” Latino/a Discourses:  On Language, Identity, and Literacy Education.  Ed. Michelle Hall Kells, Valerie Balester, and Victor Villanueva.  Portsmouth, NH:  Boynton/Cook, 2004.  126-139.

Moreno, Renee M.  “‘The Politics of Location’:  Text as Opposition.”  College Composition and Communication 54.2 (December 2002):  222-242.

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Ramirez, John.  “The Chicano Homosocial Film:  Mapping the Discourse of Sex and Gender in American Me.”  Pre/Text:  A Journal of Rhetorical Theory 16.3-4 (Fall-Winter 1995):  260-274.

Roca, Ana, and John M. Lipski, eds.  Spanish in the United States:  Linguistic Contact and Diversity.  Berlin:  Mouton de Gruyter, 1993.

Rodriguez, Richard.  “Aria:  A Memoir of a Bilingual Childhood.” Exploring Language, 5th ed.  Ed. Gary Goshgarian.  Glenview IL:  Scott, Foresman, 1989:  241-53.

Rodriguez, Richard.  “Caught Between Two Languages.”  Language Awareness.  Ed. Paul Escholz, Alfred Rosa, and Virginia Clark.  New York:  St. Martin’s, 1985.  25-37.

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Villa, Daniel.  “No nos dejaremos:  Writing in Spanish as an Act of Resistance.” Latino/a Discourses:  On Language, Identity, and Literacy Education.  Ed. Michelle Hall Kells, Valerie Balester, and Victor Villanueva.  Portsmouth, NH:  Boynton/Cook, 2004.  85-95.

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Villanueva, Victor.  “Cuentos de mi Historia:  An Art of Memory.”  Personal Effects:  The Social Character of Scholarly Writing.  Ed. Deborah H. Holdstein and David Bleich.  Logan:  Utah State UP, 2001.  267-276.

Villanueva, Victor, Jr.  “Solamente InglŽs and Hispanics.”  Not Only English:  Affirming America’s Multilingual Heritage.  Ed. Harvey A. Daniels.  Urbana, Illinois:  NCTE, 1990.  77-6.

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Yasin, Jon A.  “Keepin’ It Real:  Hip Hop and El Barrio.” Latino/a Discourses:  On Language, Identity, and Literacy Education.  Ed. Michelle Hall Kells, Valerie Balester, and Victor Villanueva.  Portsmouth, NH:  Boynton/Cook, 2004.  57-69.

Zavella, Patricia.  “The Politics of Race and Gender:  Organizing Chicana Cannery Workers in Northern California.”  Women and the Politics of Empowerment.  Ed. Ann Bookman and Sandra Morgen.  Philadelphia:  Temple UP, 1988.  202-226.

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