Results (1 - 30) of 50

Show results for

Product Type

  • All Product Types
  • Books (50)
  • Magazines & Periodicals
  • Comics
  • Sheet Music
  • Art, Prints & Posters
  • Photographs
  • Maps
  • Manuscripts &
    Paper Collectibles

Refine by

Condition

Binding

Collectible Attributes

Free Shipping

Seller Location

  • All Locations

Seller Rating

Christal M. Jackson

Published by Jewish Lights Publishing, United States (2007)

ISBN 10: 1594730776 ISBN 13: 9781594730771

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 10

From: Book Depository International (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 13.33
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Jewish Lights Publishing, United States, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. A celebration of the voices of women of color in prayer Women of color pray and have prayed out of necessity for survival, out of love for the Divine and because we believe in the power of prayer. Prayer has been the prevailing force behind the education of our children, protection and courage for our men, hope for our daughters and the balm that heals sorrows. --from the Introduction Prayers by women around the world--from China and Japan, to Syria and Ghana--to African American, Asian American, Native American and Hispanic women in the United States including: Teresa Palomo Acosta - Yolanda Adams - Rabi a Al-Adawiyya - Paula Gunn Allen - Savitri Bess - Mary McLeod Bethune - Irene I. Blea - Sandra Cisneros - Marian Wright Edelman - Rachelle Ferrell - Monique Greenwood - Joy Harjo - Linda Hogan - Patricia Locke - Janice Mirikitani - Toni Morrison - Naomi Quinonez - Della Reese - Cathy Song - Susan L. Taylor - Sojourner Truth - Harriet Tubman - Iyanla Vanzant - Phillis Wheatley - CeCe Winans - Empress Yamatohime . and many others This beautiful collection of prayers will take you on a journey into the spiritual walk of women of color around the world--including Asia, the Middle East and Africa--as well as Native American, African American, Asian American and Hispanic women in the United States. Through these prayers, poetry, lyrics, meditations and affirmations, you will share in the strong and undeniable connection that women of color share with God. As you delve into the words of unwavering faith, perseverance, resistance, celebration and communion with God and family that fill each page, you will find your ideas about prayer challenged and your own prayer life inspired and renewed. Seller Inventory # AAC9781594730771

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 1.

Christal M. Jackson

Published by Jewish Lights Publishing, United States (2007)

ISBN 10: 1594730776 ISBN 13: 9781594730771

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 10

From: The Book Depository (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 13.74
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Jewish Lights Publishing, United States, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. A celebration of the voices of women of color in prayer Women of color pray and have prayed out of necessity for survival, out of love for the Divine and because we believe in the power of prayer. Prayer has been the prevailing force behind the education of our children, protection and courage for our men, hope for our daughters and the balm that heals sorrows. --from the Introduction Prayers by women around the world--from China and Japan, to Syria and Ghana--to African American, Asian American, Native American and Hispanic women in the United States including: Teresa Palomo Acosta - Yolanda Adams - Rabi a Al-Adawiyya - Paula Gunn Allen - Savitri Bess - Mary McLeod Bethune - Irene I. Blea - Sandra Cisneros - Marian Wright Edelman - Rachelle Ferrell - Monique Greenwood - Joy Harjo - Linda Hogan - Patricia Locke - Janice Mirikitani - Toni Morrison - Naomi Quinonez - Della Reese - Cathy Song - Susan L. Taylor - Sojourner Truth - Harriet Tubman - Iyanla Vanzant - Phillis Wheatley - CeCe Winans - Empress Yamatohime . and many others This beautiful collection of prayers will take you on a journey into the spiritual walk of women of color around the world--including Asia, the Middle East and Africa--as well as Native American, African American, Asian American and Hispanic women in the United States. Through these prayers, poetry, lyrics, meditations and affirmations, you will share in the strong and undeniable connection that women of color share with God. As you delve into the words of unwavering faith, perseverance, resistance, celebration and communion with God and family that fill each page, you will find your ideas about prayer challenged and your own prayer life inspired and renewed. Seller Inventory # AAC9781594730771

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 2.

Published by SkyLight Paths

ISBN 10: 1594730776 ISBN 13: 9781594730771

New Paperback

Quantity Available: > 20

From: BuySomeBooks (Las Vegas, NV, U.S.A.)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 17.30
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
Within U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: SkyLight Paths. Paperback. Condition: New. 208 pages. Dimensions: 7.2in. x 5.0in. x 0.7in.A celebration of the voices of women of color in prayer Women of color pray and have prayed out of necessity for survival, out of love for the Divine and because we believe in the power of prayer. Prayer has been the prevailing force behind the education of our children, protection and courage for our men, hope for our daughters and the balm that heals sorrows. from the Introduction Prayers by women around the worldfrom China and Japan, to Syria and Ghanato African American, Asian American, Native American and Hispanic women in the United States including: Teresa Palomo Acosta Yolanda Adams Rabia Al-Adawiyya Paula Gunn Allen Savitri Bess Mary McLeod Bethune Irene I. Blea Sandra Cisneros Marian Wright Edelman Rachelle Ferrell Monique Greenwood Joy Harjo Linda Hogan Patricia Locke Janice Mirikitani Toni Morrison Naomi Quinonez Della Reese Cathy Song Susan L. Taylor Sojourner Truth Harriet Tubman Iyanla Vanzant Phillis Wheatley CeCe Winans Empress Yamatohime . . . and many others This beautiful collection of prayers will take you on a journey into the spiritual walk of women of color around the worldincluding Asia, the Middle East and Africaas well as Native American, African American, Asian American and Hispanic women in the United States. Through these prayers, poetry, lyrics, meditations and affirmations, you will share in the strong and undeniable connection that women of color share with God. As you delve into the words of unwavering faith, perseverance, resistance, celebration and communion with God and family that fill each page, you will find your ideas about prayer challenged and your own prayer life inspired and renewed. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781594730771

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 3.

Published by UNAM: Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales, Mexico City (2008)

Used Paperback

Quantity Available: 1

From: Libros Latinos (Redlands, CA, U.S.A.)

Seller Rating: 4-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 15.00
Convert Currency
Shipping: US$ 4.50
Within U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: UNAM: Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales, Mexico City, 2008. Paperback. Condition: Used; Like New. Octavo, approx. 300pp. (pagination by series), index, bibl. Essays in this issue include: "Las razones de presencia y exito de los partidos etnicos en America Latina," by Salvador Marti I Puig, "La sociedad civil en el proceso de reformas a la Corte Suprema Argentina," by Alba M. Ruibal and "En busqueda de salidas a la violencia: relatos de reconversion biografica e hombres jovenes en Caracas," by Veronica Zubillaga, Rafael Quinones Acosta, Sandra Zuniga and Marife Fernandez. Seller Inventory # 158296

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 4.

Jackson, Christal M. [Editor]; Jackson, Cristal M. [Introduction]; Acosta, Teresa Palomo [Contributor]; Adams, Yolanda [Contributor]; Al-Adawiyya, Rabi'a [Contributor]; Allen, Paula Gunn [Contributor]; Bess, Savitri [Contributor]; Bethune, Mary McLeod [Contributor]; Blea, Irene I. [Contributor]; Cisneros, Sandra [Contributor]; Ferrell, Rachelle [Contributor]; Greenwood, Monique [Contributor]; Harjo, Joy [Contributor]; Hogan, Linda [Contributor]; Locke, Patricia [Contributor]; Mirikitani, Janice [Contributor]; Morrison, Toni [Contributor]; Quionez, Naomi [Contributor]; Reese, Della [Contributor]; Song, Cathy [Contributor]; Taylor, Susan L. [Contributor]; Truth, Sojourner [Contributor]; Tubman, Harriet [Contributor]; Vanzant, Iynala [Contribu

Published by SkyLight Paths (2005)

ISBN 10: 1594730776 ISBN 13: 9781594730771

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 3

From: Ergodebooks (RICHMOND, TX, U.S.A.)

Seller Rating: 3-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 14.83
Convert Currency
Shipping: US$ 4.99
Within U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: SkyLight Paths, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # INGM9781594730771

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 5.

Emma Trelles

Published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States (2008)

ISBN 10: 1434899454 ISBN 13: 9781434899453

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 10

From: Book Depository International (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 20.82
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. MiPOesias Magazine s newly released issue showcases the work of poets of Cuban descent who live in the U.S. The results are stories spun from highways and oceans, lyric meditations on love s rough edges and potent homages to deities and to the departed. No matter the subject, these poems blend the romance and sorrows of the past with a crisp view of daily life. Edited by Emma Trelles and featuring Richard Blanco, Rita Maria Martinez, Grisel Y. Acosta, Kemel Zaldivar, Rich Villar, Sandra Castillo, Achy Obejas, Hugo Rodriguez, Mia Leonin, Adrian Castro, Diego Quiros, Kristina Martinez, Caridad Mccormick, Virgil Suarez, Suzanne Frischkorn, Didi Menendez and Elisa Albo. Cover art by Diego Quiros. Reviews by Michael Parker, Julie Enzer and Kirk Curnutt. Seller Inventory # APC9781434899453

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 6.

Emma Trelles

Published by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States (2008)

ISBN 10: 1434899454 ISBN 13: 9781434899453

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 10

From: The Book Depository (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 21.48
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.MiPOesias Magazine s newly released issue showcases the work of poets of Cuban descent who live in the U.S. The results are stories spun from highways and oceans, lyric meditations on love s rough edges and potent homages to deities and to the departed. No matter the subject, these poems blend the romance and sorrows of the past with a crisp view of daily life. Edited by Emma Trelles and featuring Richard Blanco, Rita Maria Martinez, Grisel Y. Acosta, Kemel Zaldivar, Rich Villar, Sandra Castillo, Achy Obejas, Hugo Rodriguez, Mia Leonin, Adrian Castro, Diego Quiros, Kristina Martinez, Caridad Mccormick, Virgil Suarez, Suzanne Frischkorn, Didi Menendez and Elisa Albo. Cover art by Diego Quiros. Reviews by Michael Parker, Julie Enzer and Kirk Curnutt. Seller Inventory # APC9781434899453

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 7.

SANDRA, ACOSTA

Published by FONT

ISBN 10: 6079171813 ISBN 13: 9786079171810

New PAPERBACK

Quantity Available: > 20

From: Mi Lybro (San Diego, CA, U.S.A.)

Seller Rating: 4-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 16.99
Convert Currency
Shipping: US$ 5.00
Within U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: FONT. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 6079171813. Seller Inventory # 52.VENTANA9786079171810

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 8.

Emma Trelles

Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN 10: 1434899454 ISBN 13: 9781434899453

New Paperback

Quantity Available: > 20

From: BuySomeBooks (Las Vegas, NV, U.S.A.)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 24.41
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
Within U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 56 pages. Dimensions: 10.0in. x 8.0in. x 0.1in.MiPOesias Magazines newly released issue showcases the work of poets of Cuban descent who live in the U. S. The results are stories spun from highways and oceans, lyric meditations on loves rough edges and potent homages to deities and to the departed. No matter the subject, these poems blend the romance and sorrows of the past with a crisp view of daily life. Edited by Emma Trelles and featuring Richard Blanco, Rita Maria Martinez, Grisel Y. Acosta, Kemel Zaldivar, Rich Villar, Sandra Castillo, Achy Obejas, Hugo Rodriguez, Mia Leonin, Adrian Castro, Diego Quiros, Kristina Martinez, Caridad Mccormick, Virgil Suarez, Suzanne Frischkorn, Didi Menendez and Elisa Albo. Cover art by Diego Quiros. Reviews by Michael Parker, Julie Enzer and Kirk Curnutt. This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781434899453

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 9.

Published by Skylight Paths Publishing (2005)

ISBN 10: 168336502X ISBN 13: 9781683365020

New Hardcover

Quantity Available: 10

From: Book Depository International (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 24.95
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Skylight Paths Publishing, 2005. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. A celebration of the voices of women of color in prayer Women of color pray and have prayed out of necessity for survival, out of love for the Divine and because we believe in the power of prayer. Prayer has been the prevailing force behind the education of our children, protection and courage for our men, hope for our daughters and the balm that heals sorrows. --from the Introduction Prayers by women around the world--from China and Japan, to Syria and Ghana--to African American, Asian American, Native American and Hispanic women in the United States including: Teresa Palomo Acosta Yolanda Adams Rabi a Al-Adawiyya Paula Gunn Allen Savitri Bess Mary McLeod Bethune Irene I. Blea Sandra Cisneros Marian Wright Edelman Rachelle Ferrell Monique Greenwood Joy Harjo Linda Hogan Patricia Locke Janice Mirikitani Toni Morrison Naomi Quinonez Della Reese Cathy Song Susan L. Taylor Sojourner Truth Harriet Tubman Iyanla Vanzant Phillis Wheatley CeCe Winans Empress Yamatohime . and many others This beautiful collection of prayers will take you on a journey into the spiritual walk of women of color around the world--including Asia, the Middle East and Africa--as well as Native American, African American, Asian American and Hispanic women in the United States. Through these prayers, poetry, lyrics, meditations and affirmations, you will share in the strong and undeniable connection that women of color share with God. As you delve into the words of unwavering faith, perseverance, resistance, celebration and communion with God and family that fill each page, you will find your ideas about prayer challenged and your own prayer life inspired and renewed. Seller Inventory # APC9781683365020

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 10.

Asencio, Marysol & Tomas Almaguer & Miguel Munoz-Laboy & Katie Acosta & Ramon Gutierrez & Pablo Mitchell & Sonya Arreola & Laura Romo & Erum Nadeem & Claudia Kouyoumdjian & Sandra Arevalo & Mariana Gerena & Professor Hortensia Amaro & Elena R

Published by Rutgers University Press (2009)

ISBN 10: 0813546001 ISBN 13: 9780813546001

Used Paperback

Quantity Available: 1

From: Michener & Rutledge Booksellers, Inc. (Baldwin City, KS, U.S.A.)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 22.00
Convert Currency
Shipping: US$ 4.00
Within U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Rutgers University Press, 2009. Paperback. Condition: Very Good+. Text clean and tight; 9.20 X 6.10 X 1.20 inches; 390 pages. Seller Inventory # 175552

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 11.

Sothebys

Used

Quantity Available: 1

From: thecatalogstarcom Ltd (Westbury, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 26.41
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Condition: Good. Sotheby's - New York, Sale title - Latin American Art, Sale date - 18th & 19th November 2008, No. of lots - 313, No. of pages - 383, Illustrated in colour, INDEX Acosta, Gustavo Aizenberg, Roberto Alpuy, Julio Amaral, Antonio Henrique Anonymous Anonymous, MexicanSchool Arden Quin, Carmelo Asis, Antonio Bedia, Jose Botello, Angel Botero, Fernando Boto, Martha Bravo, Claudio Brizzi, Ary Cabrera, Miguel Camargo, Sergio Campeche, Jose Cantu, Federico Cardenas, Agustfn Carreno, Mario Carrington, Leonora Castaneda, Alfredo Castaneda, Felipe Chab, Victor Chapman, Conrad Wise Chartrand, Esteban Cienfuegos, Gonzalo Cinto, Sandra Clausell, Joaquin Climent, Elena Cordero, Jose Garcia Coronel, Pedro Corzas, Francisco Costa, Olga Cruz-Diez, Carlos Darch Lewis, Edmund De Alzibar, Jose De la Vega, Jorge De Szyszlo, Fernando Deira, Ernest Demarco, Hugo Di Cavalcanti, Emiliano Dr.Atl (Gerardo Murillo) Enrfquez, Nicolas Fabelo, Roberto Ferrari, Leon Freire, Maria Friedeberg, Pedro Galan, Julio Gazitua, Francisco Gerchman, Rubens Gerzso, Gunther Goeritz, Mathias Gonzalez, Beatriz Gonzalez, Damian Guayasamfn, Oswaldo Guerrero Galvan, Jesus Gurvich, Jose Hernandez-Diez,Jose Antonio Hoyos,Ana Mercedes lommi, Enio Iturria, Ignacio Izquierdo, Maria KCHO Kingman, Eduardo Kuitca, Guillermo La Rosa, Martin Lam, Wifredo Larraz, Julio Le Pare, Julio Leirner, Nelson Luna, Carlos Macci, Rdmulo MacEntyre, Eduardo Marcaccio, Fabian Martinez, Ricardo Matta Matto,Francisco Meireles, Cildo Mejiaz, Mauro Mendive, Manuel Merida, Carlos Meziat, Renato Milhazes, Beatriz Molina Campos, Florencio Morales, Armando Morales, Dario Morales, Rodolfo Nancarrow, Annette Nieto, Rodolfo Noe, Luis Felipe Orozco, Gabriel Orozco, Jose Clemente Otero,Alejandro Padura, Miguel Pailos, Manuel Palacios, Alirio Panloja Perez, Alexis Miguel Pascale, Ricardo Paternosto, Cesar Perez, Matilde Pettoruti, Emilio Pissarro, Camille Polesello, Rogelio Portinari, Candido Portocarrero, Rene Rahon, Alice Ramos, Domingo Enriques Ramos Martinez,Alfredo Reeve, James Reveron, Armando Rivera, Diego Rivera Garcia, Rafael Rodrfguez, Mariano Rodriguez Juarez, Juan Rojas, Elmar Romero,Armando Rugendas, Johann Moritz Sanchez, Tomas Sanchez, Zilia Santibanez Servat, Pablo Seguf, Antonio Silva, Carlos Siqueiros, David Alfaro Somerscales, Thomas Jacqi Lies Soriano, Juan Soto, Jesus Rafael Tacla, Jorge Tamayo, Rufino Tola, Jose Toledo, Francisco Tomasello, Luis Topchevsky, Morris Torres, Augusto Torres-Garcfa, Joaquin Vardanega, Gregorio Varo, Remedios Vellojfn, Manolo Volpi, Alfredo Von Artens, Peter Xul Solar, Alejandro Zarraga, Angel Zesatti, Luis Armando Zuniga, Francisco Weight: 1353g. Seller Inventory # 37377

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 12.

David J. Vazquez

Published by University of Minnesota Press, United States (2011)

ISBN 10: 0816673276 ISBN 13: 9780816673278

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 10

From: Book Depository International (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 29.41
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: University of Minnesota Press, United States, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Just as mariners use triangulation, mapping an imaginary triangle between two known positions and an unknown location, so, David J. Vazquez contends, Latino authors in late twentieth-century America employ the coordinates of familiar ideas of self to find their way to new, complex identities. Through this metaphor, Vazquez reveals how Latino autobiographical texts, written after the rise of cultural nationalism in the 1960s, challenge mainstream notions of individual identity and national belonging in the United States. In a traditional autobiographical work, the protagonist frequently opts out of his or her community. In the works that Vazquez analyzes in Triangulations, protagonists instead opt in to collective groups--often for the express political purpose of redefining that collective. Reading texts by authors such as Ernesto Galarza, Jesus Colon, Piri Thomas, Oscar Zeta Acosta, Judith Ortiz Cofer, John Rechy, Julia Alvarez, and Sandra Cisneros, Vazquez engages debates about the relationship between literature and social movements, the role of cultural nationalism in projects for social justice, the gender and sexual problematics of 1960s cultural nationalist groups, the possibilities for interethnic coalitions, and the interpretation of autobiography. In the process, Triangulations considers the potential for cultural nationalism as a productive force for aggrieved communities of color in their struggles for equality. Seller Inventory # AAC9780816673278

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 13.

David J. Vazquez

Published by University of Minnesota Press, United States (2011)

ISBN 10: 0816673276 ISBN 13: 9780816673278

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 10

From: The Book Depository (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 30.34
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: University of Minnesota Press, United States, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Just as mariners use triangulation, mapping an imaginary triangle between two known positions and an unknown location, so, David J. Vazquez contends, Latino authors in late twentieth-century America employ the coordinates of familiar ideas of self to find their way to new, complex identities. Through this metaphor, Vazquez reveals how Latino autobiographical texts, written after the rise of cultural nationalism in the 1960s, challenge mainstream notions of individual identity and national belonging in the United States. In a traditional autobiographical work, the protagonist frequently opts out of his or her community. In the works that Vazquez analyzes in Triangulations, protagonists instead opt in to collective groups--often for the express political purpose of redefining that collective. Reading texts by authors such as Ernesto Galarza, Jesus Colon, Piri Thomas, Oscar Zeta Acosta, Judith Ortiz Cofer, John Rechy, Julia Alvarez, and Sandra Cisneros, Vazquez engages debates about the relationship between literature and social movements, the role of cultural nationalism in projects for social justice, the gender and sexual problematics of 1960s cultural nationalist groups, the possibilities for interethnic coalitions, and the interpretation of autobiography. In the process, Triangulations considers the potential for cultural nationalism as a productive force for aggrieved communities of color in their struggles for equality. Seller Inventory # AAC9780816673278

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 14.

David J. Vazquez

Published by University of Minnesota Press, United States (2011)

ISBN 10: 0816673276 ISBN 13: 9780816673278

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 10

From: Book Depository hard to find (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 31.96
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: University of Minnesota Press, United States, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Just as mariners use triangulation, mapping an imaginary triangle between two known positions and an unknown location, so, David J. Vazquez contends, Latino authors in late twentieth-century America employ the coordinates of familiar ideas of self to find their way to new, complex identities. Through this metaphor, Vazquez reveals how Latino autobiographical texts, written after the rise of cultural nationalism in the 1960s, challenge mainstream notions of individual identity and national belonging in the United States. In a traditional autobiographical work, the protagonist frequently opts out of his or her community. In the works that Vazquez analyzes in Triangulations, protagonists instead opt in to collective groups--often for the express political purpose of redefining that collective. Reading texts by authors such as Ernesto Galarza, Jesus Colon, Piri Thomas, Oscar Zeta Acosta, Judith Ortiz Cofer, John Rechy, Julia Alvarez, and Sandra Cisneros, Vazquez engages debates about the relationship between literature and social movements, the role of cultural nationalism in projects for social justice, the gender and sexual problematics of 1960s cultural nationalist groups, the possibilities for interethnic coalitions, and the interpretation of autobiography. In the process, Triangulations considers the potential for cultural nationalism as a productive force for aggrieved communities of color in their struggles for equality. Seller Inventory # BTE9780816673278

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 15.

Published by Skylight Paths Publishing (2005)

ISBN 10: 168336502X ISBN 13: 9781683365020

New Hardcover

Quantity Available: 10

From: The Book Depository (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 32.16
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Skylight Paths Publishing, 2005. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.A celebration of the voices of women of color in prayer Women of color pray and have prayed out of necessity for survival, out of love for the Divine and because we believe in the power of prayer. Prayer has been the prevailing force behind the education of our children, protection and courage for our men, hope for our daughters and the balm that heals sorrows. --from the Introduction Prayers by women around the world--from China and Japan, to Syria and Ghana--to African American, Asian American, Native American and Hispanic women in the United States including: Teresa Palomo Acosta Yolanda Adams Rabi a Al-Adawiyya Paula Gunn Allen Savitri Bess Mary McLeod Bethune Irene I. Blea Sandra Cisneros Marian Wright Edelman Rachelle Ferrell Monique Greenwood Joy Harjo Linda Hogan Patricia Locke Janice Mirikitani Toni Morrison Naomi Quinonez Della Reese Cathy Song Susan L. Taylor Sojourner Truth Harriet Tubman Iyanla Vanzant Phillis Wheatley CeCe Winans Empress Yamatohime . and many others This beautiful collection of prayers will take you on a journey into the spiritual walk of women of color around the world--including Asia, the Middle East and Africa--as well as Native American, African American, Asian American and Hispanic women in the United States. Through these prayers, poetry, lyrics, meditations and affirmations, you will share in the strong and undeniable connection that women of color share with God. As you delve into the words of unwavering faith, perseverance, resistance, celebration and communion with God and family that fill each page, you will find your ideas about prayer challenged and your own prayer life inspired and renewed. Seller Inventory # APC9781683365020

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 16.

Christopher Gonzalez

Published by Ohio State University Press (2017)

ISBN 10: 0814254411 ISBN 13: 9780814254417

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 1

From: Book Depository International (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 33.15
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Ohio State University Press, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. In his groundbreaking new study, Permissible Narratives: The Promise of Latino/a Literature, Christopher Gonzalez examines the difficulties Latina/o writers face in writing beyond the narrow expectations of U.S. readership in the stories they tell. Gonzalez argues that a constrained conception of the possibilities of storytelling by and about Latinos diminishes the development and progression of narrative form. Through an examination of Latina/o writers against the a priori mode of engaging with nonethnic literature in the United States, Gonzalez explores the limitations and challenges Latina/o authors have confronted via the shaping power of their narratives to reach a sustainable audience. Bringing together cultural critique, memory, narratology, cognition, and comprehension, Gonzalez examines Latina/o authors-such as Oscar Zeta Acosta, Gloria Anzaldua, Piri Thomas, Giannina Braschi, Gilbert Hernandez, Sandra Cisneros, and Junot Diaz-investigating how they successfully, and sometimes unsuccessfully, use the expansive canvas of narrative form to capture the imaginations of an open-minded readership. Permissible Narratives highlights both the inequitable accessibility of narrative devices and, crucially, the daring of Latina/o authors to nurture a readership to afford the same literary deference to them that is so often afforded to white, male, straight authors. Seller Inventory # AAC9780814254417

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 17.

Christopher Gonzalez

Published by Ohio State University Press (2017)

ISBN 10: 0814254411 ISBN 13: 9780814254417

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 1

From: The Book Depository (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 34.19
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Ohio State University Press, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. In his groundbreaking new study, Permissible Narratives: The Promise of Latino/a Literature, Christopher Gonzalez examines the difficulties Latina/o writers face in writing beyond the narrow expectations of U.S. readership in the stories they tell. Gonzalez argues that a constrained conception of the possibilities of storytelling by and about Latinos diminishes the development and progression of narrative form. Through an examination of Latina/o writers against the a priori mode of engaging with nonethnic literature in the United States, Gonzalez explores the limitations and challenges Latina/o authors have confronted via the shaping power of their narratives to reach a sustainable audience. Bringing together cultural critique, memory, narratology, cognition, and comprehension, Gonzalez examines Latina/o authors-such as Oscar Zeta Acosta, Gloria Anzaldua, Piri Thomas, Giannina Braschi, Gilbert Hernandez, Sandra Cisneros, and Junot Diaz-investigating how they successfully, and sometimes unsuccessfully, use the expansive canvas of narrative form to capture the imaginations of an open-minded readership. Permissible Narratives highlights both the inequitable accessibility of narrative devices and, crucially, the daring of Latina/o authors to nurture a readership to afford the same literary deference to them that is so often afforded to white, male, straight authors. Seller Inventory # AAC9780814254417

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 18.

VA: Alberto J. Pla - Pedro Castro - Ramón Aizpúrua - Guillermo Luque - Samuel Moncada - Luis Valencia - Alejandro Gómez - Sandra Angeleri - Maria. R. Acosta - Rafael R. Dum

Published by Ediciones Centauro, Caracas (1982)

Used Rústica - Soft Cover

Quantity Available: 1

From: Mercedes Almada (San Isidro, BA, Argentina)

Seller Rating: 3-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 15.00
Convert Currency
Shipping: US$ 20.00
From Argentina to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Ediciones Centauro, Caracas, 1982. Rústica - Soft Cover. Condition: Muy Buen Estado. Very Good. 456pp. Alberto J. Pla, argentino de nacimiento, es profesor de la Escuela de Historia de la Facultad de Humanidades de la Universidad Central de Venezuela desde 1976, habiéndose desempeñado antes, brevemente, en la Facultad de Economía de la misma Universidad. Se ha dedicado prioritariamente a la historia de América Latina, al estudio de problemas metodológicos, teóricos y especialmente a la historia social y del movimiento obrero latinoamericano. Entre sus publicaciones figuran: Ideología y Método en le historiografía argentina (Buenos Aires, 1972); La burguesía nacional en América Latina (Buenos Aires, 1971); El modo de producción asiático y las formaciones económico-sociales inca y azteca (México, 1979); La Historia y su Método (Barcelona, 1980); América Latina Siglo XX: economía, sociedad y revolución (Caracas, UCV, 1980). Organizó y dirigió la edición de Historia de América en el Siglo XX (Buenos Aires, 1971-72) y la Historia del Movimiento Obrero (Buenos Aires, 1972-74). Actualmente coordina el Taller de Historia del Movimiento Obrero en Venezuela, que funciona en la Escuela de Historia de la UCV. El presente volumen, que se honra en presentar Ediciones Centauro, ha sido estructurado sobre la base de las tareas realizadas en el mencionado Taller con la activa participación de todos sus integrantes. Se tratan distintas temáticas referidas al período que va de 1936 a 1950. El libro se abre con una Introducción donde se reseña un panorama histórico general sobre el movimiento obrero venezolano hasta 1936. A partir de allí los trabajos son de tipo monográfico, pero en ellos hay una constante, rescatar como protagonista al movimiento obrero, su conformación, sus luchas por la organización sindical, las divergencias políticas expresadas a través de los distintos partidos actuantes y todo ello con el trasfondo siempre presente de la situación político-social del país. Seller Inventory # 503555

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 19.

Published by Readers Are Leaders U.S.A., United States (2010)

ISBN 10: 098003972X ISBN 13: 9780980039726

New Hardcover

Quantity Available: 10

From: Book Depository International (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 36.93
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Readers Are Leaders U.S.A., United States, 2010. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Poetry, Short Stories / Anthology (multiple authors) Language: English An anthology featuring writers from the past, present, and future. Past - William Blake, Robert Browning, Robert Burns, William Cullen Bryant, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Keats, Lord Alfred Tennyson Present - W. Jude Aher, Kevin Paul Alawine, Eluisa Altman, Marilin Alvarez, Natalie Alvarez, Monica Amin, C. Christelle Bay, Catsteven P. Betonio, Linu Conil, Barbara Contreras, Cuqui, Doreen Custodio, Hazel Sigrid C. Delara, Zoyla Edwards, Carlos Alberto Espin, Erik Estabrook, Erwin Fernandez, Lynielle Flores, Marcette Fochier, Janice Marie Foote, Marisa Forbes, Isis Garcia, Stacy Goll, Johanna Gonzalez, Anubhav Gupta, Mayte Guzman-Robles, Sergio Guzman, Lana-Lee Jackson, Kenneth Rey C. Jimena, Samaa Kamel, Jasmine Kang, Saksham Katyal, Barbara Ledford-Wright, Blanche L. Ledford, Brenda Kay Ledford, Lorraine Lynch, Rattan Mann, Sam Manty, A.S.M. Shamim Miah, Alberto Monnar, Alexander Monnar, Ana Monnar, Anna Lee Monnar, Anthony Montero, Lipipuspa Nayak, Jazmin Noguera, Rebecca Ortega De Martinez, Rod Pallister, Maria Ina Camille J. Palomar, Hrusikesh Panda, Rachel Paroni, Dorin Popa, Ph.D., Cheenee Raboy, Jean-Michel Rocard, Nissmah Roshdy, Maria Teresa B. Ruybibar, Zainab Salim, Maggy San Jose, Linda Scott, Mohammad Afzal Shauq, Neamul Hasan Sohan, Alan Thomas, Jesus Trazo, Diane Olivia Valentine, Yanira Zelaya Future - Gabriela Acosta, Nicole Acosta, Anyle Alcazar, Jostin Armada, Karla Beytia, Alejandra Maria Cuevas Celis, Nacey Fernandez, Katerin Gomez, Giselle Gonzalez, Jonathan Gonzalez, Justin Gonzalez, Maria Gonzalez, Maria Jose Guillen, Caleb Harrison-Roper, Sandra Hermoso, Kiara Lop, Yaraidi Mayo, Christopher Martinez, Alvaro Morales, Samantha Morell, Dominic Noel Ordonez, Sofia Ortiz, Karina Penate, Ana Perez, Fernando Perez, Gabriel E. Razuri, Alejandro Rodriguez, David Rodriguez, Karla Rosario, Alicia Ruiz, Leovanes Sanchez, Jose Sandoval, Emme Santayana, Joseph Sisto, Daniela Toledo, Aleisha Valsaint, Cierra Vidal, Kaylee Vidal Express Yourself 101 Kaleidoscope Volume 3 is an anthology of writers from the past, present and future. Not only will you find a compilation of poems and short stories, you will also notice a biography, interview, facts and/or note from the authors, plus photographs for each featured individual. This anthology offers poems from across the centuries. All writers have a wide variety of diverse cultures. Each contributor represents unique authorship and array of style. The splendor of writing has survived an eternity and will live on. Reading and writing for pleasure, relaxation, enrichment to body, mind and soul is a gift to all that desire to do so. The book s first section -Past- will embody famous greats from previous centuries. The second section -Present- will feature adult writers from the present. The third section -Future- will provide young adults and children s writing. Authors in general come in all ages and sizes. The selected writers included in this anthology have a lot to offer to the literary world. Seller Inventory # APC9780980039726

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 20.

David J. Vazquez

Published by Univ Of Minnesota Press

ISBN 10: 0816673276 ISBN 13: 9780816673278

New Paperback

Quantity Available: > 20

From: BuySomeBooks (Las Vegas, NV, U.S.A.)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 37.32
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
Within U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Univ Of Minnesota Press. Paperback. Condition: New. 248 pages. Dimensions: 8.4in. x 5.4in. x 0.7in.Just as mariners use triangulation, mapping an imaginary triangle between two known positions and an unknown location, so, David J. Vzquez contends, Latino authors in late twentieth-century America employ the coordinates of familiar ideas of self to find their way to new, complex identities. Through this metaphor, Vzquez reveals how Latino autobiographical texts, written after the rise of cultural nationalism in the 1960s, challenge mainstream notions of individual identity and national belonging in the United States. In a traditional autobiographical work, the protagonist frequently opts out of his or her community. In the works that Vzquez analyzes in Triangulations, protagonists instead opt in to collective groupsoften for the express political purpose of redefining that collective. Reading texts by authors such as Ernesto Galarza, Jess Coln, Piri Thomas, Oscar Zeta Acosta, Judith Ortiz Cofer, John Rechy, Julia Alvarez, and Sandra Cisneros, Vzquez engages debates about the relationship between literature and social movements, the role of cultural nationalism in projects for social justice, the gender and sexual problematics of 1960s cultural nationalist groups, the possibilities for interethnic coalitions, and the interpretation of autobiography. In the process, Triangulations considers the potential for cultural nationalism as a productive force for aggrieved communities of color in their struggles for equality. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9780816673278

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 21.

Published by Readers Are Leaders U.S.A., United States (2010)

ISBN 10: 098003972X ISBN 13: 9780980039726

New Hardcover

Quantity Available: 10

From: The Book Depository (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 38.10
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Readers Are Leaders U.S.A., United States, 2010. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Poetry, Short Stories / Anthology (multiple authors) Language: English An anthology featuring writers from the past, present, and future. Past - William Blake, Robert Browning, Robert Burns, William Cullen Bryant, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Keats, Lord Alfred Tennyson Present - W. Jude Aher, Kevin Paul Alawine, Eluisa Altman, Marilin Alvarez, Natalie Alvarez, Monica Amin, C. Christelle Bay, Catsteven P. Betonio, Linu Conil, Barbara Contreras, Cuqui, Doreen Custodio, Hazel Sigrid C. Delara, Zoyla Edwards, Carlos Alberto Espin, Erik Estabrook, Erwin Fernandez, Lynielle Flores, Marcette Fochier, Janice Marie Foote, Marisa Forbes, Isis Garcia, Stacy Goll, Johanna Gonzalez, Anubhav Gupta, Mayte Guzman-Robles, Sergio Guzman, Lana-Lee Jackson, Kenneth Rey C. Jimena, Samaa Kamel, Jasmine Kang, Saksham Katyal, Barbara Ledford-Wright, Blanche L. Ledford, Brenda Kay Ledford, Lorraine Lynch, Rattan Mann, Sam Manty, A.S.M. Shamim Miah, Alberto Monnar, Alexander Monnar, Ana Monnar, Anna Lee Monnar, Anthony Montero, Lipipuspa Nayak, Jazmin Noguera, Rebecca Ortega De Martinez, Rod Pallister, Maria Ina Camille J. Palomar, Hrusikesh Panda, Rachel Paroni, Dorin Popa, Ph.D., Cheenee Raboy, Jean-Michel Rocard, Nissmah Roshdy, Maria Teresa B. Ruybibar, Zainab Salim, Maggy San Jose, Linda Scott, Mohammad Afzal Shauq, Neamul Hasan Sohan, Alan Thomas, Jesus Trazo, Diane Olivia Valentine, Yanira Zelaya Future - Gabriela Acosta, Nicole Acosta, Anyle Alcazar, Jostin Armada, Karla Beytia, Alejandra Maria Cuevas Celis, Nacey Fernandez, Katerin Gomez, Giselle Gonzalez, Jonathan Gonzalez, Justin Gonzalez, Maria Gonzalez, Maria Jose Guillen, Caleb Harrison-Roper, Sandra Hermoso, Kiara Lop, Yaraidi Mayo, Christopher Martinez, Alvaro Morales, Samantha Morell, Dominic Noel Ordonez, Sofia Ortiz, Karina Penate, Ana Perez, Fernando Perez, Gabriel E. Razuri, Alejandro Rodriguez, David Rodriguez, Karla Rosario, Alicia Ruiz, Leovanes Sanchez, Jose Sandoval, Emme Santayana, Joseph Sisto, Daniela Toledo, Aleisha Valsaint, Cierra Vidal, Kaylee Vidal Express Yourself 101 Kaleidoscope Volume 3 is an anthology of writers from the past, present and future. Not only will you find a compilation of poems and short stories, you will also notice a biography, interview, facts and/or note from the authors, plus photographs for each featured individual. This anthology offers poems from across the centuries. All writers have a wide variety of diverse cultures. Each contributor represents unique authorship and array of style. The splendor of writing has survived an eternity and will live on. Reading and writing for pleasure, relaxation, enrichment to body, mind and soul is a gift to all that desire to do so. The book s first section -Past- will embody famous greats from previous centuries. The second section -Present- will feature adult writers from the present. The third section -Future- will provide young adults and children s writing. Authors in general come in all ages and sizes. The selected writers included in this anthology have a lot to offer to the literary world. Seller Inventory # APC9780980039726

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 22.

Published by DIC Press, United States (2011)

ISBN 10: 6138140141 ISBN 13: 9786138140146

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 1

From: Book Depository International (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 38.73
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: DIC Press, United States, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Aufl.. Language: English . Brand New Book. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Altair Jarabo Garc a (born August 7, 1986, in Mexico City, Mexico) is a Mexican actress, best known for portraying roles in Mexican telenovelas Subete a Mi Moto (2002), Inocente de Ti (2004), C digo Postal (2006) and Al Diablo con los Guapos (2007) and En Nombre del Amor (2008). She has a brother named Jorge Jarabo Garcia. Already well-known as a fashion model in Mexico, Altair Jarabo debuted in 2002 in, Subete a Mi Moto, in a role of Gaby, co-starring Vanessa Acosta and Sandra Echeverr a. She became popular worldwide portraying Isela in 2004 the telenovela Inocente de T, co-starring Camila Sodi, Valentino Lan? s and Helena Rojo. In 2005, she appeared in the telenovela El Amor No Tiene Precio as Vanessa. Seller Inventory # KNV9786138140146

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 23.

Published by DIC Press, United States (2011)

ISBN 10: 6138140141 ISBN 13: 9786138140146

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 1

From: The Book Depository (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 39.96
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: DIC Press, United States, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Aufl.. Language: English . Brand New Book. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Altair Jarabo Garc a (born August 7, 1986, in Mexico City, Mexico) is a Mexican actress, best known for portraying roles in Mexican telenovelas Subete a Mi Moto (2002), Inocente de Ti (2004), C digo Postal (2006) and Al Diablo con los Guapos (2007) and En Nombre del Amor (2008). She has a brother named Jorge Jarabo Garcia. Already well-known as a fashion model in Mexico, Altair Jarabo debuted in 2002 in, Subete a Mi Moto, in a role of Gaby, co-starring Vanessa Acosta and Sandra Echeverr a. She became popular worldwide portraying Isela in 2004 the telenovela Inocente de T, co-starring Camila Sodi, Valentino Lan? s and Helena Rojo. In 2005, she appeared in the telenovela El Amor No Tiene Precio as Vanessa. Seller Inventory # KNV9786138140146

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 24.

Mosconi, Joseph; Gonzalez, Rita (editors)

Published by Area Sneaks, Los Angeles (2008)

ISBN 10: 0980204909 ISBN 13: 9780980204902

Used Trade Paperback First Edition

Quantity Available: 1

From: First Used Books (Vancouver, BC, Canada)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 24.00
Convert Currency
Shipping: US$ 16.25
From Canada to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Area Sneaks, Los Angeles, 2008. Trade Paperback. Condition: As New. First. No rubbing, bumping or shelfwear to covers. Spine straight and uncreased. Interior tight and unmarked. Works of: Kathryn Andrews, Scoli Acosta, Therese Bachand, Ben Doller, Emmanuel Hocquard, Michael Ned Holte, Marie Jager, William E. Jones, Andrew Maxwell, Ian Monk, Christopher Russell, Daniel Tiffany, Sandra Doler, Sawako Nakayasu, Stephanie Taylor, Stan Apps, Mark Wallace. 187 pp. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Catalog. Seller Inventory # 004555

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 25.

Hector Calderon

Published by University of Texas Press, United States (2005)

ISBN 10: 0292705824 ISBN 13: 9780292705821

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 10

From: Book Depository International (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 41.58
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: University of Texas Press, United States, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Once relegated to the borders of literature-neither Mexican nor truly American-Chicana/o writers have always been in the vanguard of change, articulating the multicultural ethnicities, shifting identities, border realities, and even postmodern anxieties and hostilities that already characterize the twenty-first century. Indeed, it is Chicana/o writers very in-between-ness that makes them authentic spokespersons for an America that is becoming increasingly Mexican/Latin American and for a Mexico that is ever more Americanized. In this pioneering study, Hector Calderon looks at seven Chicana and Chicano writers whose narratives constitute what he terms an American Mexican literature. Drawing on the concept of Greater Mexican culture first articulated by Americo Paredes, Calderon explores how the works of Paredes, Rudolfo Anaya, Tomas Rivera, Oscar Zeta Acosta, Cherrie Moraga, Rolando Hinojosa, and Sandra Cisneros derive from Mexican literary traditions and genres that reach all the way back to the colonial era. His readings cover a wide span of time (1892-2001), from the invention of the Spanish Southwest in the nineteenth century to the America Mexicana that is currently emerging on both sides of the border. In addition to his own readings of the works, Calderon also includes the writers perspectives on their place in American/Mexican literature through excerpts from their personal papers and interviews, correspondence, and e-mail exchanges he conducted with most of them. Seller Inventory # APC9780292705821

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 26.

Christopher González

Published by Ohio State University Press

ISBN 10: 0814254411 ISBN 13: 9780814254417

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 4

From: BuySomeBooks (Las Vegas, NV, U.S.A.)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 41.96
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
Within U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Ohio State University Press. Paperback. Condition: New. 230 pages. In his groundbreaking new study, Permissible Narratives: The Promise of Latinoa Literature, Christopher Gonzlez examines the difficulties Latinao writers face in writing beyond the narrow expectations of U. S. readership in the stories they tell. Gonzlez argues that a constrained conception of the possibilities of storytelling by and about Latinos diminishes the development and progression of narrative form. Through an examination of Latinao writers against thea priorimode of engaging with nonethnic literature in the United States, Gonzlez explores the limitations and challenges Latinao authors have confronted via the shaping power of their narratives to reach a sustainable audience. Bringing together cultural critique, memory, narratology, cognition, and comprehension, Gonzlez examines Latinao authorssuch as Oscar Zeta Acosta, Gloria Anzalda, Piri Thomas, Giannina Braschi, Gilbert Hernandez, Sandra Cisneros, and Junot Dazinvestigating how they successfully, and sometimes unsuccessfully, use the expansive canvas of narrative form to capture the imaginations of an open-minded readership. Permissible Narrativeshighlights both the inequitable accessibility of narrative devices and, crucially, the daring of Latinao authors to nurture a readership to afford the same literary deference to them that is so often afforded to white, male, straight authors. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9780814254417

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 27.

Hector Calderon

Published by University of Texas Press, United States (2005)

ISBN 10: 0292705824 ISBN 13: 9780292705821

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 10

From: The Book Depository (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 42.90
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: University of Texas Press, United States, 2005. Paperback. Condition: New. New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Once relegated to the borders of literature-neither Mexican nor truly American-Chicana/o writers have always been in the vanguard of change, articulating the multicultural ethnicities, shifting identities, border realities, and even postmodern anxieties and hostilities that already characterize the twenty-first century. Indeed, it is Chicana/o writers very in-between-ness that makes them authentic spokespersons for an America that is becoming increasingly Mexican/Latin American and for a Mexico that is ever more Americanized. In this pioneering study, Hector Calderon looks at seven Chicana and Chicano writers whose narratives constitute what he terms an American Mexican literature. Drawing on the concept of Greater Mexican culture first articulated by Americo Paredes, Calderon explores how the works of Paredes, Rudolfo Anaya, Tomas Rivera, Oscar Zeta Acosta, Cherrie Moraga, Rolando Hinojosa, and Sandra Cisneros derive from Mexican literary traditions and genres that reach all the way back to the colonial era. His readings cover a wide span of time (1892-2001), from the invention of the Spanish Southwest in the nineteenth century to the America Mexicana that is currently emerging on both sides of the border. In addition to his own readings of the works, Calderon also includes the writers perspectives on their place in American/Mexican literature through excerpts from their personal papers and interviews, correspondence, and e-mail exchanges he conducted with most of them. Seller Inventory # APC9780292705821

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 28.

Published by Readers Are Leaders U.S.A.

ISBN 10: 098003972X ISBN 13: 9780980039726

New Hardcover

Quantity Available: > 20

From: BuySomeBooks (Las Vegas, NV, U.S.A.)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 42.96
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
Within U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Readers Are Leaders U.S.A. Hardcover. Condition: New. 468 pages. Dimensions: 9.3in. x 6.4in. x 1.4in.Poetry, Short Stories Anthology (multiple authors) Language: English An anthology featuring writers from the past, present, and future. . . Past - William Blake, Robert Browning, Robert Burns, William Cullen Bryant, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Keats, Lord Alfred Tennyson Present - W. Jude Aher, Kevin Paul Alawine, Eluisa Altman, Marilin Alvarez, Natalie Alvarez, Monica Amin, C. Christelle Bay, Catsteven P. Betonio, Linu Conil, Barbara Contreras, Cuqui, Doreen Custodio, Hazel Sigrid C. Delara, Zoyla Edwards, Carlos Alberto Espin, Erik Estabrook, Erwin Fernandez, Lynielle Flores, Marcette Fochier, Janice Marie Foote, Marisa Forbes, Isis Garcia, Stacy Goll, Johanna Gonzalez, Anubhav Gupta, Mayte Guzman-Robles, Sergio Guzman, Lana-Lee Jackson, Kenneth Rey C. Jimena, Samaa Kamel, Jasmine Kang, Saksham Katyal, Barbara Ledford-Wright, Blanche L. Ledford, Brenda Kay Ledford, Lorraine Lynch, Rattan Mann, Sam Manty, A. S. M. Shamim Miah, Alberto Monnar, Alexander Monnar, Ana Monnar, Anna Lee Monnar, Anthony Montero, Lipipuspa Nayak, Jazmin Noguera, Rebecca Ortega De Martinez, Rod Pallister, Maria Ina Camille J. Palomar, Hrusikesh Panda, Rachel Paroni, Dorin Popa, Ph. D. , Cheenee Raboy, Jean-Michel Rocard, Nissmah Roshdy, Maria Teresa B. Ruybibar, Zainab Salim, Maggy San Jose, Linda Scott, Mohammad Afzal Shauq, Neamul Hasan Sohan, Alan Thomas, Jesus Trazo, Diane Olivia Valentine, Yanira Zelaya Future - Gabriela Acosta, Nicole Acosta, Anyle Alcazar, Jostin Armada, Karla Beytia, Alejandra Maria Cuevas Celis, Nacey Fernandez, Katerin Gomez, Giselle Gonzalez, Jonathan Gonzalez, Justin Gonzalez, Maria Gonzalez, Maria Jos Guillen, Caleb Harrison-Roper, Sandra Hermoso, Kiara Lop, Yaraidi Mayo, Christopher Martinez, Alvaro Morales, Samantha Morell, Dominic Noel Ordoez, Sofia Ortiz, Karina Peate, Ana Perez, Fernando Perez, Gabriel E. Razuri, Alejandro Rodriguez, David Rodriguez, Karla Rosario, Alicia Ruiz, Leovanes Sanchez, Jose Sandoval, Emme Santayana, Joseph Sisto, Daniela Toledo, Aleisha Valsaint, Cierra Vidal, Kaylee Vidal Express Yourself 101 Kaleidoscope Volume 3 is an anthology of writers from the past, present and future. Not only will you find a compilation of poems and short stories, you will also notice a biography, interview, facts andor note from the authors, plus photographs for each featured individual. This anthology offers poems from across the centuries. All writers have a wide variety of diverse cultures. Each contributor represents unique authorship and array of style. The splendor of writing has survived an eternity and will live on. Reading and writing for pleasure, relaxation, enrichment to body, mind and soul is a gift to all that desire to do so. The books first section Past will embody famous greats from previous centuries. The second section Present will feature adult writers from the present. The third section Future will provide young adults and childrens writing. Authors in general come in all ages and sizes. The selected writers included in this anthology have a lot to offer to the literary world. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Hardcover. Seller Inventory # 9780980039726

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 29.

Christopher Gonzalez

Published by Ohio State University Press (2017)

ISBN 10: 0814254411 ISBN 13: 9780814254417

New Paperback

Quantity Available: 10

From: Book Depository hard to find (London, United Kingdom)

Seller Rating: 5-star rating

Add Book to Shopping Basket
Price: US$ 43.95
Convert Currency
Shipping: FREE
From United Kingdom to U.S.A.

Destination, Rates & Speeds

About this Item: Ohio State University Press, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. In his groundbreaking new study, Permissible Narratives: The Promise of Latino/a Literature, Christopher Gonzalez examines the difficulties Latina/o writers face in writing beyond the narrow expectations of U.S. readership in the stories they tell. Gonzalez argues that a constrained conception of the possibilities of storytelling by and about Latinos diminishes the development and progression of narrative form. Through an examination of Latina/o writers against the a priori mode of engaging with nonethnic literature in the United States, Gonzalez explores the limitations and challenges Latina/o authors have confronted via the shaping power of their narratives to reach a sustainable audience. Bringing together cultural critique, memory, narratology, cognition, and comprehension, Gonzalez examines Latina/o authors-such as Oscar Zeta Acosta, Gloria Anzaldua, Piri Thomas, Giannina Braschi, Gilbert Hernandez, Sandra Cisneros, and Junot Diaz-investigating how they successfully, and sometimes unsuccessfully, use the expansive canvas of narrative form to capture the imaginations of an open-minded readership. Permissible Narratives highlights both the inequitable accessibility of narrative devices and, crucially, the daring of Latina/o authors to nurture a readership to afford the same literary deference to them that is so often afforded to white, male, straight authors. Seller Inventory # LIE9780814254417

More Information About This Seller | Contact this Seller 30.

Results (1 - 30) of 50