Gloria Anzaldúa’s El Mundo Zurdo: Exploring a Relational Feminist Theology of Interconnectedness published in the Journal for the Study of Religion by the Association for the Study of Religion in Southern Africa
➡El Cuerpo como (un) Espacio de Frontera: Texturing Bodies in the Borderlands in New Frontiers in Latin American Borderlands ed. Leslie Cecil, Cambridge Scholars Press, 2012. Please see the essay printed in the book for proper citation and pagination. Body as Borderland Space.
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