“White Girl Brown Girl” A Poetic Realization of a Mixed-Race Identity via the Historical and Cultural Narratives of Puerto Rico, Self-Identification, Nonconsensual Identification, Postcolonial Criticism, and the Domestic Space
Gonzalez, Carmen Adriana Torrado
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Poetry has been such an important tool of understanding for me and I hope to share understanding through poetry. In this project specifically, the relationships between self-identification, nonconsensual identification, postcolonial criticism and domestic spaces were stacked upon each other to build a stage on which I was able to write myself into concrete existence, and on which I made the voices of the voiceless heard. The fact that the work my project takes on will never be done does not dismay me, but excites and encourages me to continue the tradition of giving ‘names to the nameless’ (as Audre Lorde does) through literature, so that they are no longer able to be excluded and ignored.
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