Mujeres Talk was a project of MALCS that was active from 2011 until 2013, when it became an independent blog housed at Ohio State University. Mujeres Talk was an effort to be a space where Chicanas and Latinas could address issues of concern to ourselves and our multiple communities. Mujeres Talk was a public space from which we could make our voices heard, exchange ideas, disseminate information, collaborate and participate in social change.
Initially under the sole editorship of Theresa Delgadillo, Mujeres Talk was governed by an Editorial Collective from 2011-2013.
Mujeres Talk Editorial Collective
Theresa Delgadillo 2011-2013
Seline Szkupinski Quiroga 2012-2013
Sara Ramirez 2012-2013
Elena Gutierrez 2012-2013
Lourdes Alberto 2012-2013
Inés Hernandez-Avila 2012-2013
Felicity Amaya Schaeffer 2012-2013
Ella Diaz 2013
Lucila Ek 2013
Tiffany Lopez 2013
Below are links to the archived posts published while Mujeres Talk was affiliated with MALCS (2011-2013). This is not a live blog, and comments are not possible.
Mujeres Talk: Chicano’s in Amsterdam
Amsterdam, July 2010. Photo Credit: Catherine Ramirez. I liked your…
Mujeres Talk: Latin@ in Spain?
Storefront, July 2012. Photo Credit: Theresa Delgadillo In Barcelona, Spain,…
Mujeres Talk: Juan Crow: Alive and Kicking in Arizona
Last week, the US Supreme Court ruled on the constitutionality of Arizona’s notorious SB 1070. I…
Mujeres Talk: Politics of Fear
These remarks were delivered at the 2012 NACCS Conference Panel titled “Callin’ It…
Mujeres Talk: Before You Go: Tips for the MALCS Summer Institute
Dear Graduate and Undergraduate Students of MALCS, I write one last blog for the 2011-2012…
Mujeres Talk: Tucson’s Save Ethnic Studies Event Featuring Ana Castillo
Yovani Flores participated in Tucson’s Save Ethnic Studies Cinco de Mayo event featuring with Dr….