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Ecological Borderlands

Body, Nature, and Spirit in Chicana Feminism

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        StatementUniversity of Illinois Press
        PublishersUniversity of Illinois Press
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        LC Classifications2016
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        Paginationxvi, 94 p. :
        Number of Pages76
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By doing so, she challenges Chicanas to escape the narrow frameworks of the past in favor of an inclusive model of environmental feminism that alleviates Western biases. Abstract: "This project focuses on environmental practices among Mexican-American women and offers a rethinking of ecofeminism from the standpoint of Chicana feminists.

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Intersubjectivity, deterritorialization, assemblage theory, and ecological consciousness were new concepts that I had not encountered before reading the text. "--Noel Sturgeon, author of Environmentalism in Popular Culture: Gender, Race, Sexuality, and the Politics of the Natural Christina Holmes is an assistant professor of women's, gender, and sexuality studies at DePauw University.

Deeply insulated, it uses little energy to heat or cool itself. By doing so, she challenges Chicanas to escape the narrow frameworks of the past in favor of an inclusive model of environmental feminism that alleviates Ecological Borderlands biases. It's difficult to overstate the importance of riparian habitats, which produce 100 times more plant mass than the surrounding desert. The BLWP would be built near Quemado, N.

As a field of theory and activism concerned with the related ways human Ecological Borderlands environmental oppressions are naturalized, ecofeminism has been marginalized by feminist scholars for several reasons.

WInC began in 1991 when two Anglo-American Sisters of. While the subtitle describes a rather narrow topic the thoughtful style in which Miss Holmes uses tackles many of the issues raised and the celebration of the cultures elicits a style of exploration that would be most useful when trying to better understand the different cultures that due to globalization are not as remote as they once were.

" -- Hypatia Reviews Ecological Borderlands "Holmes offers us new ways to consider what she calls performative ecological intersubjectivities that emerge from Chicana and Mexican American women's creative thinking, art-making, and spirituality, as well as from their commitments to social and ecological justice. Christina Holmes examines ecological themes across the arts, Chicana activism, and direct action groups to reveal how Chicanas can craft alternative models for ecofeminist processes.

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