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Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs, PhD
Associate Professor, Modern Languages / Women Studies
Director of the Latin American Studies Program, Seattle University

 
 
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[ Works under Review ] [ Short Stories ] [ Published Creative Work ] [ Poetry Readings ]

Published/Accepted Articles:

  • “Unparallel Constructions: Latin American Women Activists.” In SAGE, Encyclopedia of Gender and Society, 2008
  • “Chicana Feminism.” In SAGE, Encyclopedia of Gender and Society, 2008.
  • “Gloria Anzaldúa.” In SAGE, Encyclopedia of Gender and Society, 2008.
  • “Sandra Cisneros and Her Trade of the Free Word.” In The Rocky Mountain Modern Lang. Assn. Journal. Fall 2006, No.
  • “Altars: A Microcosm of Power, or a Repossession of the Land?” In PUENTES: Revista méxico-chicana de literature, cultura y arte, Texas A&M University, No. 4, Otoño, 2006.”
  • “The Cold War Never Froze Chicanos: Rolando Hinojosa’s Intrepid World,” in the Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States. Deena J. González and Suzanne Oboler, Co-Editors. Oxford University Press, New York, N.Y. Summer 2005.
  • “Demetria Martinez’ Compassion: From New Mexico via Princeton, to the World,” in the Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States. Deena J. González and Suzanne Oboler, Co-Editors. Oxford University Press, New York, N.Y. Summer 2005.
  • “Rebozos, Our Cultural Blankets” in Voces: A Journal of Chicana/Latina Studies, Eds. MALCS and The Chicana Latina Research Center, UC Davis, (134-149), Spring 2001.

  • "The Brick People: Brick Layering of Female Subjects in Morales' Novel," in Mapping Strategies: NACCS and the Challenge of Multiple (Re)Oppressions. María Beltrán Vocal, Manuel de Jesús Hernández Gutiérrez, Eds. National Association of Chicana and Chicano Studies, (168-182), April 1999.
Reviews:
  • Review of Latinas in the United States: A Historical Encyclopedia, Rocky Mountain Review, 2008.
  • Review of Amigas by Marjorie Agosín and Emma Sepulveda, National Catholic Reporter, Sept. 2001.
  • Review of “Radio Chon” by Los Otros in El Andar: A Latino Magazine for the New Millennium, Summer, 2000.
  • Review of Mayra Montero's The Messenger in El Andar: A Latino Magazine for the New Millennium, Winter 1999.
Books:
  • Communal Feminisms: Chicanas, Chilenas and Cultural Exile, Lexington Books 2007, January.
  • A Most Improbable Life, Finishing Line Press 2003.

Forthcoming:
Articles Accepted for Publication:

  • “Literary Currency: Coined Contributions by Latino Authors in the United States,” Chapter. Spring, 2007. A Latino Reader. Ed. Norma Cantú, Edinburg, England.   (Selected)
  • “Capirotada: Spirituality in Chicana Literature: The new Holiness in the works of Norma Cantú, Demetria Martínez, and Sandra Cisneros.” (MALCS journal, Fall, 2007).  (Selected)
WORKS UNDER REVIEW:
Books:

  • La Pluma Pintada: A José Antonio Burciaga Reader, eds. Norma Cantú and Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs.
  • Rebozos de Palabras: An Helena María Viramontes Reader, eds. Margarita Barceló and Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs.
Articles:
Published Essays:

  • “Partitions.” The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education, July 16, 2007.
  • “Ask…” Commonweal:A Review of Religion, Politics and Culture, January 12, 2007.
  • “The New Word for Pure is Organic.” Cultural Encounters Spring, 2005.
  • “Touched by Mexico’s Unrandom Acts of Kindness.” National Catholic Reporter, September 27, 2002.
  • “’Poor me’ scream letts the pain out.” National Catholic Reporter, October 19, 2001.
Published Creative Work
Poetry
  • Books: A Most Improbable Life, a poetry collection, May 2003, Finishing Line Press.
Poetry Journal Publications:
  • “Leal,” in Puentes: Revista méxico-chicana de literature, cultura y arte. Otoño 2007, Corpus Christi.
  • “Estamos Homeles,” in The MALCS Journal, Loyola Marymount, Los Angeles, CA. 2004.
  • “La Sonrisa final,” “El Clóset,” “Geisha,” and “Hay que hacer tortillas” in PUENTES: Revista méxico-chicana de literature, cultura y arte. Número 1, Primavera 2003, Corpus Christi, TX.
  • “El Invisible,” “Calle Mujer,” and “California” in Cruzando Puentes, Antología de Literatura Latina, 2002. (In Spanish)
  • "California," "Guadsunvil," in The Central Coast Anthology of Poetry, 2000. Ed. Ken Weisner.
  • "Sobre" and "Calle Mujer," and "California" in Ventana Abierta, Revista Latina, UCSB, Dec. '98 and Dec. '99. (In Spanish)
  • "The Evolution of Love" in the November issue of La Gazette, Santa Cruz, Ca. 1999.
  • Un Libro de Plástico: A Plastic Book, a poetry CD Rom. Invisible Music Co. Santa Cruz, Ca., 1999.
  • "The Virginity," "Only in My Mother's House," "De Corazón," "Blood Sausage," "12th Commandment by a Mexican Woman," and "Pillow Talk" in The Bilingual Review: 25th Anniversary Issue, Volume XXIII, Number 2, May-August 1998.
  • "El Invisible" and "Rescate," in Ventana Abierta Revista Latina, UCSB, June '98. (In Spanish)
  • “Fusiles" and "El Abuelo Está Durmiendo" in Ventana Abierta, Revista Latina, UCSB, Dec. '97. (In Spanish)
  • "The Safeway Man"(1994), "El Hábito" (1996) "Cartero," “Rosary Beads” (2000) in Americas y Latinas, A Stanford Journal of Latin American Studies. “El Hábito” and “Cartero,” (in Spanish.)
  • Various poems in El Ventanal, Literary Journal of the Université de Perpignan, Perpignan, France. 1980, 198l, 1982 editions.
Short Stories:
  • “La Torre Eiffel es sólo una escalera vieja,” in Cruzando Puentes, Antología de Literatura Latina, 2002. (In Spanish)
  • “"My Red High Heels or Conversation With My Sister,” In Celebration of the Muse: Fifteenth Anniversary Anthology, 1997. Edited by Amber Coverdale Sumerall and Patrice Vecchione.
  • “"Via Air Mail" and (1994), "My Red High Hills or Conversation with my Sister" (1995), "Borders are Born, People are Made " (1997), “Estados Unidos Queens” (2000) in Americas y Latinas, A Stanford Journal of Latin American Studies.