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Latinidad in Enstranged Lands: Narrative Interjections in Chicanx and Latinx Literature, Film, and Television

@inproceedings{Saldvar2016LatinidadIE,
  title={Latinidad in Enstranged Lands: Narrative Interjections in Chicanx and Latinx Literature, Film, and Television},
  author={Samuel Sald{\'i}var},
  year={2016}
}
LATINIDAD IN ENSTRANGED LANDS: NARRATIVE INTERJECTIONS IN CHICANX AND LATINX LITERATURE, FILM, AND TELEVISION By Samuel Saldivar III In the closing lines of the 2000 work Shot in America: Television, the State, and the Rise of Chicano Cinema author Chon Noriega asks his readers, “how do you participate in this world of knowledge and power as something other than a viewer?” (201). Quite honestly, Noriega’s question is one of many that has driven the direction and purpose of my research and… 

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