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Volume 4, Issue 3 (2006) Re-Membering Anzaldúa. Human Rights, Borderlands, and the Poetics of Applied Social Theory: Engaging with Gloria Anzaldúa in Self and Global Transformations


Proceedings of the Third Annual Social Theory Forum | April 5-6, 2006 | University of Massachusetts Boston

Having concluded the conference, and now the compilation of its proceedings via the present volume, we may wonder—while listening to Anzaldúa’s words in the epigraph—whether the conference did in fact chop Anzaldúa up into little fragments and tag each piece of her with a label? It is perhaps safe to say that we all did. However, having done so—a task which arises from an inescapably dialectical process of analyzing and synthesizing knowledge about any subject—we may now find it fruitful to use the present collection to try to re-member Anzaldúa and the rich fragments of knowledge, feeling, and sensation about her life and works all contributors gave to and took from the extraordinarily rich scholarly and transformative gathering.

Editor's Notes

Articles

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The Unbordered Borders
Winston Langley

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Introduction: This Bridge We Are Building: “Inner Work, Public Acts”
Chris Bobel, Tim Sieber, Karen L. Suyemoto, Shirley Tang, and Ann Torke

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Concluding Reflections—A Dialogue: This Bridge We Are Building: “Inner Work, Public Acts”
Chris Bobel, Tim Sieber, Karen L. Suyemoto, Shirley Tang, and Ann Torke

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Editor

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Mohammad H. Tamdgidi, University of Massachusetts Boston