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Chicana Matters Series

Edited by Antonia Castañeda and Deena J. González

The Chicana Matters series focuses on one of the largest population groups in the United States today, documenting the lives, values, philosophies, and artistry of contemporary Chicanas. Books in this series may be richly diverse, reflecting the experiences of Chicanas themselves, and incorporating a broad spectrum of topics and fields of inquiry. Cumulatively, the books represent the leading knowledge and scholarship in a significant and growing field of research and, along with the literary works, art, and activism of Chicanas, underscore their significance in the history and culture of the United States.

Note: This series is no longer accepting new submissions. Proposals for projects in this field, however, can be sent directly to the Latina/o studies acquisitions editor Kerry Webb at kwebb@utpress.utexas.edu.