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  • 1. La Mestiza
    Gloria Anzaldua and identity
  • 2. “Through the women of my race the spirit speaks”
    Translation of beginning quote from Anzalduaexceprt
  • 3. What is the consciousness of the borderlands?
  • 4. Latinoamerica—MujeresMuralista
  • 5. Yolanda Lopez—Portrait of the Artists as the Virgin of Guadalupe
    “Not only does she sustain contradictions, she turns the ambivalence into something else” (388).
  • 6. Doris Salcedo--Shibboleth
    Visual borderlands?
  • 7. “I am cultured because I am participating in the creation of a new culture”(389).
    As a feminist, Anzaluda challenges what aspects of Indo-Hispanic and Anglo culture?
    As a lesbian, how has Latino culture treated her?
  • 8. Things I Never Told My Son About Being a Mexican—Yolanda Lopez
    “The ambivalence from the clash of voices results in mental and emotional states of perplexity: (386).
  • 9. “Which collectivity does the daughter of a darkskinned mother listen to?” (387)
  • 10. How does House on Mango Street represent this mestiza consciousness?
    “House on Mango Street also explores a world where women are betrayed by the ideology of family, of ‘home,’ of sexuality, and of national language” (Saldivar-Hull 90).
    How do you see this happening in the book?