Publications

Books

Encuentro: Encountering Latinx Theatre and Performance. Forthcoming from Northwestern University Press, 2019.

Refereed Journal Articles

Forthcoming    “La Llorona on Stage: Re-visiting Chicana Cultural Paradigms in Josefina López’s Unconquered Spirits.” Latin American Theatre Review.

Forthcoming    “‘You Have to Feel It to Heal It’: Healing Trauma and Finding the Creative Voice with Josefina López.” Label Me Latina/o.

2015  “Tragic Bitches: Queer Xican@ Performance Acts against Oblivion.” The Rocky Mountain Review. 69.2 (2015): 148-64.

2015  “Mexican-American Women on the San Antonio Stage (1910-1919).” Upstage. Issue 7.

2015 “Bodies in Dissent, Cuerpos de resistencia: La Queer X-X-Xicana Flesh of Theory en Las Hociconas de Adelina Anthony.” GESTOS: Revista de teoría y práctica de teatro hispánico. 59: 67-79.

2014 “A ‘Wild Zone’ of Her Own: Locating the Chicana Experience in the Theatre Works of Josefina López.” Gender Forum. 48 (2014). Web. GenderForum.org

2013 “Angelina Elizondo de García Naranjo: Defender of Traditional Mexican Femininity in the Exile Press.” Margins: A Journal of Literature and Culture. 3.1 (2013): 107-27.

2013 “Una Cubano-americanita en La Habana: la condición nostálgica en Rum & Coke de Carmen Peláez.” Voces del Caribe 5.1 (2013): 241-74.

2013 “Detenida en la frontera: La conciencia de la mestiza en Detained in the Desert de Josefina López.” Label Me Latina/o. Spring 3 (2013).

2013 “La vejez y muerte de Bradomín: la esperpentización del mito donjuanesco en Sonata de invierno de Ramón del Valle Inclán.” Hispanet Journal. 6 (2013).

2011 “Cambio y viaje personal: al descubrir el ser femenino en Ana en el Trópico de Nilo Cruz.” Label Me Latina/o. Fall 1 (2011).

Book Chapters

Accepted “Taking Hamilton to the Streets: Lin-Manuel Miranda, Latinidad, and the Aesthetics of Accessibility.” Critical Anthology on Hamilton. Eds. Mary Jo Lodge and Paul Laird.

2016  “Border Dwellers, Lloronas, and Nepantleras: Bridging the Anzaldúa Archive and Mercedes Floresislas’s Tamales de Puerco.” El Mundo Zurdo 5. Eds. Domino Perez, Sonia Saldívar-Hull, and Larissa Mercado-López. Aunt Lute Press. 175-183.

2016  “Entering the Mainstream: Chicana Lesbian Subjectivity in Contemporary Drama and Performance.” (Re)mapping the Latina/o Literary Landscape: New Works and New Directions. Eds. Cristina Herrera and Larissa Mercado-López. Palgrave Macmillan. 177-190.

2015 “Mestiza Consciousness and la facultad in the Borderlands: Josefina López’s Detained in the Desert.” El Mundo Zurdo 4. Eds. Sonia Saldívar-Hull, Larissa Mercado-López, and Jackie Cuevas. Aunt Lute Press. 181-95.

Peer-Reviewed Blog Post

2015  “Deaf Latin@ Performance: Listening with the Third Ear.” Sounding Out!: The Sound Studies Blog. August 3.

Book Reviews

2017  Herrera, Brian Eugenio. Latin Numbers: Playing Latino in Twentieth-Century U.S. Popular Performance. Aztlán: A Journal of Chicano Studies. 42.2: 305-9.

2016  García-Romero, Anne. The Fornes Frame: Contemporary Latina Playwrights and the Legacy of Maria Irene Fornes. Theatre Journal, 68: 485-6.

2015 McMahon, Marci R. Domestic Negotiations: Gender, Nation, and Self-Fashioning in US Mexicana and Chicana Literature and Art. Border-Lines 4: 11-4.

Performance Reviews

2017   “Gardens Bloom, Cultures Clash: Native Gardens by Karen Zacarías.” Café Onda: Journal of the Latinx Theatre Commons. June 15.

2016  “Queering Machismo from Michoacán to Montrose: Purple Eyes by Josh Inocéncio.” Café Onda: Journal of the Latina/o Theatre Commons. July 14.

2016  “Demanding Action and Attention to Latina/o Theatre in Dallas: Deferred Action by David Lozano and Lee Trull.” Café Onda: Journal of the Latina/o Theatre Commons. June 30.

2015  “Josefina López’s Piñata Dreams in East Los Angeles.” Latin American Theatre Review, 49.1 (2015): 163-5.

Web-Based Publications

2017 “Creating a Digital Archive of Latinx Playwriting.” Café Onda: Journal of the Latinx Theatre Commons. July 26.

2017  “The Latinx Play Project: Building a Movement in Ashland.” The Theatre Times. May 10.

2017  “Pedagogy Notebook: Responding to LGBT Homelessness in Emilio Rodriguez’s Swimming While Drowning.” Café Onda: Journal of the Latinx Theatre Commons. April 24.

2017  “Campus Organizing, or How I Use Theatre to Resist.” Stages of Resistance Salon, The Lark. March 17.

2017  “My Mañana Comes: Responding to Times of Crisis.” Arts and Culture Texas. February 21.

2017  “Educating the Next Generation through LGBT Studies.” Out Smart Magazine. February 1.

2016  “Scholars: Up for Multiple Roles in the Movement.” American Theatre Magazine. November 21.

2016  “Houston, We Have a Problem! Excluding Latina/o Stories in Tejas.” Café Onda: Journal of the Latina/o Theatre Commons. June 19.

2016  “Que Onda? with Alex Lacamoire, musical director of Hamilton.” Café Onda: Journal of the Latina/o Theatre Commons.

2016  “Ham4Ham: Taking Hamilton to the Streets.” Café Onda: Journal of the Latina/o Theatre Commons.

2016  “#LTCdallas: Challenges, Opportunities, and Reflections of the Texas Latina/o Theatre Community.” Café Onda: Journal of the Latina/o Theatre Commons.

2015  “Que Onda? with Josefina López and CASA 0101 Theater.” Café Onda: Journal of the Latina/o Theatre Commons.

2015  “Cafecito: Magdalena Gómez.Café Onda: Journal of the Latina/o Theatre Commons.

2015 “The State of Latina/o Theater in Texas.” Café Onda: Journal of the Latina/o Theatre Commons.

2014 “Archiving the Past, Present, and Future of Teatro.” Café Onda: Journal of the Latina/o Theatre Commons.

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