Michelle Téllez
 

 Publications

 

Books

 
 

The Chicana M(other)work Anthology
2019

Community Organizing in the borderlands

 
 

"Arizona: A Reflection and Conversation on the Migrant Rights Movement, 2015"
Social Justice: A journal of crime, conflict & world order
2016

"‘Giving Wings to our Dreams’: Binational Activism and Workers' Rights Struggles in the San Diego Border Region"
2014

"A Woman’s Right to Organize: An Interview with Members of the Collective Feminista Binacional"
Aztlán: A journal of chicano studies
2013

"Transfronteriza: Gender Rights at the Border and La Colectiva Feminista"
2013

"Immigration and the State of Labor: Building a Movement in the Valley of the Sun"
Latino Studies
2011

"Community of Struggle: Gender, Violence & Resistance on the U.S. Mexico Border"
2008

 
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Gender and Migration

 
 

“Border crossings and sexual conquest in the age of neoliberalism in the Sonoran Desert.”
International Feminist Journal of Politics
2018

"Violence and Vulnerability of Migrants in Drop Houses in Arizona"
Violence Against Women Journal
2015

"Sexual Violence against Migrant Women and Children in Localizing Human Rights Abuses"
2014

 

Chicana and women of color Feminism

 
 

“Writing the Intersection: Feminist Autoethnography as Narrative Collaboration”
2018

“Our Labor Is Our Prayer, Our Mother Is Our Offering”
A Chicana M(other)work Framework for Collective Resistance
2017

"Negotiating Spirituality, Family, and Community"
2014

"Lectures, Evaluations, and Diapers: Navigating the Terrains of Chicana Single Motherhood in the Academy"
2013

"Doing Research at the Borderlands: Notes from a Chicana Feminist Ethnographer"
2005

"Mi Madre, Mi Hija y Yo Chicana Mothering through Memory, Culture and Place"
2011




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Public Scholarship

 
 

Chicana M(other)work: A Conceptual and Collective Framework
Center for Critical Race Studies in Education at UCLA
2019

The Mexican Student Movement of 1968: A Remembrance With ‘La Nacha’
Latino Rebels
2018

"UA must do more to help immigrant, DACA students"
Arizona Daily Star
2018

"How Student Activism Shaped My (Our) Life (Lives): On the 25th Anniversary of the 'Chicana/Chicano Studies Now' Movement at UCLA"
Latino Rebels
2018

"On love and grief this Valentine's Day"
Latino Rebels
2018

"How Artists Can Shape Understanding of the U.S.-Mexico Border"
Latino USA
2018

"Why Family Ties Matter in U.S. Immigration Policy"
LARB
2017

"Beyond the Wall" Gender and Policy
2017

"Lessons from Ethnic Studies on Strategic Courage"
Mujeres Talk
2017

"A Climate of Hate"
TruthOut
2017

"Trump's Border (In)Securities"
Australian Institute of International Affairs
2017

"Why We Must Write"
The Feminist Wire
2016

"The US-Mexico Borderlands"
Australian Institute of International Affairs
2016

"Chicana Motherwork"
The Feminist Wire
2014

Op-Ed: Why We Need Critical Ethnic Studies in Arizona (and Everywhere Else)
The Feminist Wire
2014