Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies
Aztlán presents original research that is relevant to or informed by the Chicano experience. An interdisciplinary, double-blind peer-reviewed journal, Aztlán focuses on scholarly essays in the humanities, social sciences, and arts, supplemented by thematic pieces in the dossier section, an artist's communiqué, a review section, and a commentary by the editor, Charlene Villaseñor Black. Aztlán seeks ways to bring Chicano studies into critical dialogue with Latino, ethnic, American, and global studies.
Aztlán has been the leading journal in the field of Chicano studies since 1970. Aztlán is issued twice a year.
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— The Chronicle of Higher Education
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Volume 44, Number 2
The latest issue of Aztlán opens with essays on Rodolfo Anaya’s texts as narratives of Indohispano resiliency; critical analyses of New Mexican folklorists Aurelio M. Espinosa and José Agapito Olivas; and the work of Denver artist Carlota d.R. EspinoZa.
Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz is the subject of the dossier section, curated by Alicia Gaspar de Alba.
Cog•nate Collective (Misael Diaz and Amy Sanchez Arteaga) are featured in the artist’s communiqué and on the cover.
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EDITORIAL BOARD 2018-2020
- The Spring 2015 issue (Volume 40, Number 1) of Aztlán featured a dossier section on the field of Chicana/o art history, with downloadable class syllabi.
- To read "Latin@ Art at the Intersection," an article by Adriana Zavala in Volume 40, Number 1, click here.
- To preview "Formation of a Latino Grassroots Movement The Association of Latin American Gardeners of Los Angeles Challenges City Hall," an article by Alvaro Huerta and Alfonso Morales in Volume 39, Number 2, click here.
- To preview "Toward a Mariposa Consciousness: Reimagining Queer Chicano and Latino Identities," an article by Daniel Enrique Pérez in Volume 39, Number 2, click here.
- To preview "Make 'Em All Mexican" by Linda Vallejo, the Artist's Communiqué in Volume 39, Number 2, click here.
- To preview "Jotería Studies," the Dossier in Volume 39, Number 1, click here.
- To preview "The Necessary Theater of the Royal Chicano Air Force" by Ella Maria Diaz, an article in Volume 38, Number 2, click here.
- To preview "An Interview with Ramon Ramirez" by José L. S. Gámez, the Artist’s Communiqué in Volume 38, Number 2, click here.