La Pinta

About the Author: B.V. Olguin

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  • Paperback
  • 320 pages
  • La Pinta
  • B.V. Olguin
  • English
  • 10 April 2019
  • 9780292719613

La Pinta In This Groundbreaking Study Based On Archival Research About Chicana And Chicano Prisoners Known As Pintas And Pintos As Well As Fresh Interpretations Of Works By Renowned Pinta And Pinto Authors And Activists, B V Olguin Provides Crucial Insights Into The Central Roles That Incarceration And The Incarcerated Have Played In The Evolution Of Chicana O History, Cultural Paradigms, And Oppositional Political PraxisThis Is The First Text On Prisoners In General, And Chicana O And Latina O Prisoners In Particular, That Provides A Range Of Case Studies From The Nineteenth Century To The Present Olguin Places Multiple Approaches In Dialogue Through The Pairing Of Representational Figures In The History Of Chicana O Incarceration With Specific Themes And Topics Case Studies On The First Nineteenth Century Chicana Prisoner In San Quentin State Prison, Modesta Avila Renowned Late Twentieth Century Chicano Poets Raul Salinas, Ricardo Sanchez, And Jimmy Santiago Baca Lesser Known Chicana Pinta And Author Judy Lucero And Infamous Chicano Drug Baron And Social Bandit Fred Gomez Carrasco Are Aligned With Themes From Popular Culture Such As Prisoner Tattoo Art And Handkerchief Art, Hollywood Chicana O Gangxploitation And The Prisoner Film American Me, And Prisoner Education ProjectsOlguin Provides A Refreshing Critical Interrogation Of Chicana O Subaltern Agency, Which Too Often Is Celebrated As Unambiguously Resistant And Oppositional As Such, This Study Challenges Long Held Presumptions About Chicana O Cultures Of Resistance And Proposes Important Explorations Of The Complex And Contradictory Relationship Between Chicana O Agency And Ideology

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