Skip to main content

Chicano Studies 3301- La Chicana: Home

UTEP - Chicano Studies

Loading ...

Remote Access

To access electronic resources outside the library you will need to authenticate your status as a UTEP student.

   There are two options for remote access:

  1. It is recommended that you download the GlobalProtect VPN to your personal computer in order to access the library's e-content. (UTEP two-factor authentication registration is required first. See instructions for details.)
  2. If you cannot set up a VPN connection, use the Library Proxy.




Hello there! This is a library research guide made specifically for your class. Here you will find links to recommended resources to guide your research; short how-tos; information related to Chicano Studies 3301 (La Chicana); personalized librarian assistance; and help with both print and electronic resources available through the UTEP Library.

Mujeres Latinas: Santas y Marquesas

To know a Latina, one must know historical, political, and sociocultural contexts that have influenced our socialization processes. Professor Arredondo discusses three historical icons that influence feminist Latina thinking as well as her own abuela/grandmother who also modeled attributes of empowered, humble yet regal womanhood. Four frameworks are used as backdrops to the description of the icons: 1. Latino-specific competencies, 2. Psychohistorical framework, 3. Tenets of mestizo psychology, and 4. Attributes about women's development entre fronteras/ on the borderland, and in the wild zone.

UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center

Loading ...

Huffington Post- Chicano News

Loading ...

Subject Guide

Jacob Galindo's picture
Jacob Galindo
Library Room 216

UC Santa Barbara chicana and chicano studies

Loading ...

500 W. University Avenue : El Paso, TX, 79968-0582 : (915) 747-5672
Copyright | Privacy Policy | Disclaimer
State Reports | UT System | Customer Service Statement | Site Feedback | Required Links |