Guide to the Chicano Literary Conference [videorecording] V0352

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July 2011


Title: Chicano Literary Conference [videorecording]
Identifier/Call Number: V0352
Contributing Institution: Dept. of Special Collections & University Archives
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 8.0 videotape(s) (VHS)
Date: 1987 May 28-30
Abstract: This conference brought together a diverse group of women and men, writers, scholars and publishers with the common goal of addressing Chicano artistic forms and cultural expressions within the institutional and ideological contexts of their time.
creator: Alarcón, Norma.
creator: Bruce-Novoa,, 1944-
creator: Calderón, Héctor.
creator: Cervantes, Lorna Dee.
creator: Chabram-Dernersesian, Angie.
creator: Chicano Literary Conference (1987: Stanford University).
creator: Chicano Literary Conference. (Location of Meeting--Stanford University); Data of meeeting of treaty signing--(1987 :; )
creator: Cuellar, Jose B.,, 1941-
creator: Flores, Lauro,, 1950-
creator: Gagnier, Regenia.
creator: García, Alma.
creator: Garwood, Ellen,, 1903-
creator: Gelpi, Albert.
creator: Herrera-Sobek, María.
creator: Hinojosa, Rolando.
creator: Leal, Luis,, 1907-2010.
creator: Limón, José.
creator: Ordóñez, Elizabeth.
creator: Padilla, Genaro M., 1949-
creator: Quintana, Alvina.
creator: Rosaldo, Renato.
creator: Saldívar, José David.
creator: Saldívar, Ramón.
creator: Stanford Center for Chicano Research
creator: Stanford Humanities Center.
creator: Sánchez, Rosaura.
creator: Todd, William M.
creator: Ybarra-Frausto, Tomás,, 1938-

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Scope and Contents

Sponsored by the Stanford Humanities Center and Stanford Center for Chicano Research, this conference brought together a diverse group of women and men, writers, scholars and publishers with the common goal of addressing Chicano artistic forms and cultural expressions within the institutional and ideological contexts of their time. Held at the Kresge Auditorium, Stanford University.
Participants included: Albert J. Gelpi, Ramon Saldivar, Rolando Hinojosa, Ellen Clayton Garwood, Lorna Dee Cervantes, Luis Leal, Regenia Gagnier, Norma Alarcon, Juan Bruce-Novoa, Alvina QUintana, Alma Garda, Genaro Padilla, Marfa Herrera-Sobek, Elizabeth Ordonez, Renato Rosaldo, William M. Todd, Hector Calderon, Lauro Flores, Rosaura Sanchez, Angie Chambram, Jose B. Cuellar, Jose David Saldivar, Jose Limon, and Thomas Ybarra-Frausto.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Alarcón, Norma.
Bruce- Novoa, 1944-
Calderon, Hector.
Cervantes, Lorna Dee.
Flores, Lauro, 1950-
Gagnier, Regenia.
Garda, Alma.
Garwood, Ellen, 1903-
Gelpi, Albert.
Herrera-Sobek, Marfa.
Hinojosa, Rolando.
Leal, Luis, 1907-2010.
Ordonez, Elizabeth.
Padilla, Genaro M., 1949-
Rosaldo, Renato.
Sa lvidar, Ramon.
Todd, William M.
American literature--Congresses.--Mexican American authors--History and criticism
American literature--Mexican American authors--History and criticism--Congresses.
Mexican American literature (Spanish)--Congresses.--History and criticism
Mexican American literature (Spanish)--History and criticism--Congresses.

Box 1

Institutional studies and the literary canon

Box 2

Literary criticism as social/cultural analysis

Box 3

Representations of the Chicana/Chicano subject: race, class and gender

Box 4

Bay Area writers reading: de rascuachi a postmodernism, Casa Zapata [part 1]

Box 5

Bay Area writers reading: de rascuachi a postmodernism, Casa zapata [part 2]

Box 6

Literary Genres and history

Box 7

Aesthetics of the border

Box 8

Closing discussion