Category Literature

Icniuhyotl – Tecayohuatzin, Rey de Huexotzinco, c. 1490 | #poema #poem #Nahuatl #Nawatl #NikanTlakah

Icniuhyotl Auh tocnihuane, tla xoconcaquican yn itlatol temictli: xoxopantla technemitia, in teocuitlaxilotl, techonythuitia tlauhquecholetlotl, techoncozcatia.  ¡In ticmati ye ontlaneltoca toyiollo, tocnihuan! Tecayohuatzin, Rey de Huexotzinco, c. 1490 Amistad (del náhuatl) Ahora, amig@s, escuchen el sueño de una palabra: Son una luz las puntas rubias y tiernas del maíz; en la primavera despertamos a la borla […]

Santos Rodriguez — by Ricardo Sanchez (1973) | We still remember.. 40 years later #Dallas #policebrutality #Xicanism

40 years ago today, a little light was extinguished; that incident marked a pivotal point in Dallas civil rights history — Dallas’s Chicano movement…we have not forgotten, and today we remember. -tlakatekatl   HECHIZOSPELLS Santos Rodriguez JULY 29, 1973 TEXAS a poem about a child’s death is a soul articulating out a heart beat: túm-túm-túm-túm… […]

Chicanonautica: The Mysterious Doctora Luna and High Aztech | #MexicanAmerican #literature #Xicanism

Chicanonautica: The Mysterious Doctora Luna and High Aztech Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook by Ernest Hogan Contrary to what some of my fellow Arizonans believe, there is a difference between Mexican and Chicano. There’s also a difference between Chicano in California, and Arizona, and other parts of Aztlán. What kinda Spanglish da your familia […]

DANCING AMOXTLI — By Verónica Valadez (MA thesis, 2012)

Link: WHOLETHESIS.pdf (application/pdf Object). Master of Arts in Chicana and Chicano Studies [thesis] DANCING AMOXTLI: RESISTANCE THROUGH DANZA AZTECA AND INDIGENOUS BODY ART By Verónica Valadez (2012) ABSTRACT This body of work explores present-day manifestations of Danza Azteca and Mesoamerican body art, and their connection to the development of Chicana/o indigenous identities and resistance against […]

Profecía mexica: el gobernante venido del sur | SDP Noticias

Profecía mexica: el gobernante venido del sur | SDP Noticias Alternate link Good grief! Just what Mexicans need; another greenhorn prophet to alert us of 2012’s transformative power. Emilio Arellano, a Mexican writer, exposes in his book, La Nueva Republica (2012), that there is, until his exposition, a previously unknown prophecy that was revealed to […]