C O N T R I B U T O R S

NORMA ALARCÓN
is Professor of Ethnic Studies, Women’s Studies, and Span-
ish and Portuguese at the University of California, Berkeley. Her publica-
tions include ‘‘The Theoretical Subject(s) of This Bridge Called My Back
and Anglo-American Feminism,’’ in Making Face / Making Soul: Haciendo
Caras, ed. Gloria Anzaldúa (1990); and ‘‘Chicana Feminist Literature: A Re-
vision through Malintzin/or Malintzin: Putting Flesh Back on the Object,’’
in This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color, ed.
Cherríe Moraga and Gloria Anzaldúa (1981). She is also the founder of Third
Woman Press, the most important press in the field of Chicana feminist
studies.
GABRIELA F. ARREDONDO
is Assistant Professor of Latin American and Lati-
na/o Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She received her
Ph.D. in history from the University of Chicago. Among her most recent
publications is ‘‘Cartographies of Americanisms: Possibilities for Transna-
tional Identities, Chicago 1916–1939,’’ in Geographies of Latinidad: Map-
ping Latina/o Studies into the Twenty-First Century, ed. Matt Garcia,
Angharad Valdivia, and Marie Leger (Duke, in press). Her research interests
include historical constructions of racial, gender, and national identities
of Mexican women and men in what is now the United States, U.S. social
history, Chicana/o histories, and comparative Latina/o histories.
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