115th Annual Conference - Honolulu, Hawaii
Friday, November 10 - Sunday, November 12, 2017

In Search of the Californio Archive I

Session Chair: 
Judit Palencia Gutiérrez, "University of California, Riverside"
Session 9: Sunday 8:15 – 9:45 am
Henry 225


  1. Jose Manuel Medrano, University of California, Riverside
    El presente trabajo regresa a la california de bandidos, mineros y bailarinas para examinar la situación social y económica de los californios del silgo XIX. Examino a una mujer que no terminó en los libros de historia como Joaquín Murrieta. 
  2. Carissa Conti, University of California, Riverside
    A quick overview of the Californio history, the resurgence into society and its impact on identity.
  3. Bárbara Navaza, University of California, Riverside
    Drawing from Bakhtin’s conceptualization of heteroglossia and Julia Kristeva´s theories on intertextuality, I analyze how Chicanx authors employ Spanish in their academic production in Anglophone journals in order to disentangle some of the ideologies and subjectivities related to cultural and linguistic hybridity in California.
  4. Margarita Chavez Velazquez , California State University, Northridge
    Margarita Chavez Velazquez Abstract The aim of these text is to show how the essence of the origins of the Californios, and what they have left as a legacy of their heritage, have impacted the Spanish language, literature, culture and society of the new generation of inhabitants in California.    
Session Cancelled: