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Laura Halperin, Jan. 2018 (2017-Jan. 2018 Ch.)
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José Navarro, Jan 2021
Jackie Cuevas, Jan. 2022

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Chicana/o Literature Division CFP (MLA 2017): "Teaching Borderlands at 30"

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    Yolanda Padilla
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    “Teaching Borderlands at 30”

    As we commemorate the thirty-year anniversary of Anzaldúa’s Borderlands we invite papers that address how we teach this genre-blurring text. 200-300-word abstract; 1-page cv by 15 March 2016; Laura Halperin (lhalperi@email.unc.edu)

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