Extremely Latin, XOXO: Notes on LatinX

@article{Milian2017ExtremelyLX,
  title={Extremely Latin, XOXO: Notes on LatinX},
  author={Claudia Milian},
  journal={Cultural Dynamics},
  year={2017},
  volume={29},
  pages={121 - 140}
}
  • C. Milian
  • Published 1 August 2017
  • Art
  • Cultural Dynamics
This special issue on Theorizing LatinX explores the cultural and political representations of the LatinX category and its widespread dissemination. The forum’s range of interlocutors—Russell Contreras, María DeGuzmán, Patricia Engel, R. Galvan, Nicole Guidotti-Hernández, Claudia Milian, Richard T. Rodríguez, and Antonio Viego—differently approach and account for the exteriority, variability, and visibility of the X. There is no consensus or general theory on this critical contemporary matter… 

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