Guidotti-Hernández, Nicole Marie.

Unspeakable violence : remapping U.S. and Mexican national imaginaries / Nicole M. Guidotti-Herna̹ndez. - Durham : Duke University Press, 2011. - 1 online resource (xviii, 374 pages) : illustrations, maps - JSTOR eBooks Latin America otherwise : languages, empires, nations . - Latin America otherwise. .

Includes bibliographical references and index.

A woman with no names and many names : lynching, gender, violence and subjectivity -- Webs of violence: the Camp Grant Indian Massacre, nation, and genocidal alliances -- Spaces of death : border (anthropological) subjects and the problem of racialized and gendered violence in Jovita Gonza̹lez's archive -- Transnational histories of violence during the Yaqui indian wars in the Sonora-Arizona borderlands: the historiography -- Stripping the body of flesh and memory : toward a theory of Yaqui subjectivity -- Postscript : on impunidad : national renewals of violence in greater Mexico and the Americas.

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Unspeakable Violence argues that racialized and gendered violence in the U.S.-Mexico borderlands from the mid-nineteenth century through the early twentieth was fundamental to U.S., Mexican, and Chicano/a nationalisms.

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9780822394495 0822394499

22573/ctv1240d8x JSTOR

Nationalism--United States.
Mexican Americans--Ethnic identity.

HN79.A165 / G85 2011