By Angie Chabram-Dernersesian
The Chicana/o Cultural stories discussion board brings jointly a various team of students whose paintings spans the interdisciplinary fields of Chicana/o stories and cultural stories. Editor Angie Chabram-Dernersesian offers an outline of present debates, finding Chicana/o cultural feedback on the intersections of those fields. She then acts as moderator of a digital roundtable of critics, together with Frances Aparicio, Lisa Lowe, George Lipsitz, Wahneema Lubiano, Renato Rosaldo, Jos? David Sald?var, and Sonia Sald?var-Hull. This hugely collaborative and deeply interdisciplinary undertaking addresses the questions: what's the dating among Chicana/o reviews and cultural stories? How will we do cultural experiences from inside Chicana/o cultural experiences? How do Chicana/o cultural reports formations (hemispheric, borderland, and feminist) intermingle? The vigorous conversations documented right here attest to the power and spirit of Chicana/o cultural stories at the present time and song the hobbies among disciplines that proportion an curiosity within the examine of tradition, strength kin, identification, and illustration. This ebook deals a distinct source for knowing not only the advance of Chicana/o cultural experiences, yet how new social activities and epistemologies shuttle and associate with innovative types of social inquiry within the international period.
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This is something you might have to fight for in the larger cultural studies that might tend to see race as black and white. I also want to say that while I am inspired by Black British cultural studies, it’s not a model we can reproduce in Chicana/o cultural studies because it doesn’t necessarily work. The social conditions of Blacks in Britain are different from Chicanos in Los Angeles. So I’m not rejecting Black British cultural studies, I’m doing something else that makes sense for what I’m doing.
I guess that what I’m saying is that in Chicana/o cultural studies there’s this idea that culture develops out of hybrid moments. Within Chicana/o cultural studies that hybridity is always connected to some type of racial or historical connection. So hybridity is never innocent, it’s always engaged in a kind of power dynamic that’s related to colonialism, to the local history. Mary Pat Brady There are a number of ways to look at the differences between these intellectual formations (Chicana/o studies and cultural studies).
Scholars are only now in the position to begin to identify how all our knowledges and powers have come together —and in a sense contaminated one another—in productive ways. Cultural studies is the terrain in the university where these investigations, contaminations, and moral and ethical aims are further explored. In my own case, I came to this broader formation of cultural studies as a political activist during the early 70s. S. social movements of the 60s and 70s. I wanted to do intellectual work that was connected to 26 our activist work so I joined a group of activists in study.