A Future That Rests with the Fate of the Oppressed: On Rita Indiana’s “Tentacle”

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A Future That Rests with the Fate of the Oppressed: On Rita Indiana’s “Tentacle”

A Future That Rests with the Fate of the Oppressed: On Rita Indiana’s “Tentacle”

Published in the Los Angeles Review of Books, 2019

Salsa Epistemology: Embodied Playfulness as Cultural Resilience in the Cuban and Puerto Rican Diasporas.

Salsa Epistemology: Embodied Playfulness as Cultural Resilience in the Cuban and Puerto Rican Diasporas.

Book Project In Progress

“The Cuban Missile Crisis of White Masculinity: Tito Bonito and the Burlesque Butt.”

“The Cuban Missile Crisis of White Masculinity: Tito Bonito and the Burlesque Butt.”

In The Routledge Companion to Gender, Sex and Pop Culture in Latin America.

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“Meet Luis Santeiro, the Head Writer of the US’ Very First Bilingual Sitcom, ‘¿Qué Pasa USA?’”

“Meet Luis Santeiro, the Head Writer of the US’ Very First Bilingual Sitcom, ‘¿Qué Pasa USA?’”

Co-written with Miguel Nolla for Remezcla, 2017. 

 

"Capitalism con Salsa: Money and Popular Culture in Pitbull's Miami"

"Capitalism con Salsa: Money and Popular Culture in Pitbull's Miami"

Presented National Women's Studies Association, Modern Language Association, and Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies @ UMass

 

“Garzona Nationalism: The Confluence of Gender, Sexuality and Citizenship in the Cuban Republic.”

“Garzona Nationalism: The Confluence of Gender, Sexuality and Citizenship in the Cuban Republic.”

Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies 35.3 (2014)

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“The Political Implications of Playing Hopefully: A Negotiation of the Present and the Utopic in Queer Theory.”

“The Political Implications of Playing Hopefully: A Negotiation of the Present and the Utopic in Queer Theory.”

The Un/Making of Latina/o Citizenship: Culture, Politics and Aesthetics. Ed. Ellie D. Hernández and Eliza Rodriguez y Gibson. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014

“‘Who Do I Have to Forgive to Move On From This Place?’: Meditations from a Third World Feminist Lesbian.”

“‘Who Do I Have to Forgive to Move On From This Place?’: Meditations from a Third World Feminist Lesbian.”

“Traveling Queer Subjects: Homosexuality in the Cuban Diaspora.”

“Traveling Queer Subjects: Homosexuality in the Cuban Diaspora.”

Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 45.3 (2011)

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From Canary Birds to Suffrage: Lavinia’s Feminist Role in Who Would Have Thought It?”

From Canary Birds to Suffrage: Lavinia’s Feminist Role in Who Would Have Thought It?”

Letras Femeninas 35.2: 211-229 (2009)

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