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Who is Alfred Arteaga?
Alfred Arteaga was a Chicano poet, writer, and scholar.
- born in (65 years ago) in Los Angeles
- education: Columbia University
- died on (7 years ago)
- written works: "Red", "Cantos", "Chicano poetics", "House with the blue bed", "An Other Tongue", "First words", "Frozen Accident"
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Writing the Roaming Subject (2006)
The Biotext in Canadian Literature by Joanne Saul
Alfred Arteaga refers to the importance of the border zone as a real, tangible space: 'It removes the discussion of the styles of linguistic interplay from the realm of the aesthetic alone because the border is a space where English and Spanish compete for presence and authority'; (11). Like Anzaldua, Arteaga is concerned with the hybridity that challenges the 'purity' and monolinguism of the Anglo- American United States. Like Wah, Arteaga focuses on the disruption implicit in Chicano ...
by Cordelia Candelaria
987654321 Advisory Board Alfred Arteaga, Professor of Ethnic Studies, University of.
by Robert Gregg, Gary W. McDonogh, Cindy H. Wong
Well-known Asian American scholars include Elaine Kim, Sau-ling Wong and Lisa Lowe; Chicano/ Latino critics include Norma Alarcon, Alfred Arteaga and Gloria Anzaldi'ia.
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