Campus Only Senior Thesis
Bachelor of Arts
Latin American Studies
Politics and International Relations
Nancy Neiman Auerbach
© 2012 Antoinette L. Myers
This thesis examines the ways in which popular media forms explore ideas of national identity, citizenship, and the politics of representation with regards to queer Xicana women, especially those residing in Los Angeles. Specifically, through an analysis of the television show The L Word, Cherrie Moraga’s play The Hungry Woman and Aurora Guerrero’s film Mosquita y Mari, this thesis argues that the queer Xicana experience is best represented in popular culture by queer Xicanas themselves.
Myers, Antoinette L., "From a Xicanadyke Imagination: An Examination of Queer Xicanidad, Citizenship and National Identity through The L Word, The Hungry Woman, and Mosquita y Mari" (2012). Scripps Senior Theses. 124.
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