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Josh T. Franco's essay "Rebozo [Man] in Nepantla: Xican@ Gender & Arts Revolution in San Anto, Tejas" was published as a chapter in the tri-lingual anthology México en sus revoluciones (Mexico In Its Revolutions), University of Toronto Press. Through a framework built on philosopher Maria Lugones's notion of "decoloniality of gender," the essay addresses Franco's own performance work and the politics of funding and exhibiting amongst two longstanding arts institutions in San Antonio, Texas.  

Pre-Doctoral Diversity Fellow Josh Franco publishes book chapter | 0 Comments |
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