Borderlands La Frontera: The New Mestiza

Borderlands La Frontera: The New Mestiza Sources and ClassicNote Author

  • Leisa Kauffmann, "[A]nother set of teeth": Nahua Myth and the Authorizing of Writing in Borderlands/La Frontera," MELUS, 38.2, New Perspectives on Puerto Rican, Latina/o, Chicana/o, and Caribbean American Literatures (SUMMER 2013), pp. 57-70

  • Melissa Castillo-Garsow, "The Legacy of Gloria Anzaldúa: Finding a Place for Women of Color in Academia," Bilingual Review / La Revista Bilingüe, JANUARY-APRIL 2012-2013, 31.1 (JANUARY-APRIL 2012-2013), pp. 3-11

  • María L. Amado, "The 'New Mestiza,’ the Old Mestizos: Contrasting Discourses on Mestizaje*,Sociological Inquiry, 82.3, August 2012, pp. 446–459

  • Monica Mody. "The Borderlands Feminine: A Feminist, Decolonial Framework for Re-membering Motherlines in South Asia/Transnational Culture." Integral Review. July 23, 2020. <>.
  • "Gloria Anzaldúa." July 23, 2020. <,%20Gloria.pdf?sequence=1>.