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Milvet Alonso

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Ph.D., Hispanic Studies, University of California, Riverside, 2004

My research deals with the field of cultural studies applied to Mexican Indigenous literatures, film, and performances in which traditions of indigenous origins in Mexico and current political figures are interwoven, and with the connections between contemporary literature and Mexican culture and political life. My articles have been published in well-respected, refereed journals in the US and Mexico such as Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, Revista Iberoamericana, and Chasqui, among others.

Publications:

La tirisia: un acercamiento al dolor espiritual y emocional de las mujeres por medio de la cosmovisión indígena.” Chasqui 49, no.1 (May 2020): 295-307.

“Entrega del bastón de mando: simbología indígena y política en dos ceremonias.” Relaciones. Estudios de Historia y Sociedad. El Colegio de Michoacán 40, no. 160 (2019): 178-193.

“La multiculturalidad en México en el programa educativo Ventana a mi comunidad.” Revista Iberoamericana 85, no. 268 (July-September 2019): 963-979.

“Presencias espectrales en Alas a la palabra de Adela Calva Reyes: Convergencia de voces a través del testimonio de una mujer hñähñu.” iMex. México Interdisciplinario / Interdisciplinary Mexico 8, no. 16 (August 2019): 125-141.

“La (de) construcción paródica de una identidad cultural y nacional a través del performance en Ese príncipe que fui de Jordi Soler.” Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana 44, no. 87 (July 2018): 311-328.

“Historia, política y performance a partir de Yo fui Plutarco Elías Calles.” Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 47, no. 2 (June 2015): 293-314.

“Identidades fluctuantes: performance, rituales de origen indígena y política en dos ceremonias.” Hispanófila 174 (December 2014): 241-252.

 

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