Crossroads in the Flesh: An Interview with Mariana Ortega

Diacritics 50 (2):98-110 (2022)
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Abstract:Jessica Elkayam asks Mariana Ortega about the influence both Latina feminisms and Martin Heidegger have had on the development of Ortega's mestiza theory.

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