Michelle Téllez

Michelle Téllez, an assistant professor in the Department of Mexican American Studies at the University of Arizona, writes about transnational community formations, Chicana feminism, and gendered migration. A founding member of the Chicana M(other)work Collective, the Arizona Son Jarocho Collective, and the Binational Arts Residency project, Téllez has a long history in grassroots organizing projects and community-based arts and performance.
 
Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas
Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas

Border Women and the Community of Maclovio Rojas

Autonomy in the Spaces of Neoliberal Neglect

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The Chicana Motherwork Anthology The Chicana Motherwork Anthology
The Chicana Motherwork Anthology

The Chicana Motherwork Anthology

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