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This Book marks a time period (1870s-1940s) when Mexican authors writing in English saw themselves as transnational authors whose role was to teach the English speaking public about Mexico. This book takes a look at four inspiring women whose ideas represent the way medicine and science permeated the personal lives of Mexican and Indigenous peoples whose lifestyles did not happen to meet the requirements of an industrialized or modern citizenry. These women include historical figures such as the folkloric healer, Teresa Urrea (1873-1906), and authors, Maria Amparo Ruiz de Burton (1872), Maria Cristina Mena (1914), and Josefina Niggli (1947). These women writers focused on the modernist construction of the body and brought in aspects of how the soul (through racial, gendered, national, political, and socio-economic lenses) was reconstructed as a way to manage the health and space of the Mexican/Indigenous populations in order to move into an era of industrialism and positivism. By focusing on how industrialism led to the negation of racialized bodies, knowledges, and spaces, this book takes a deeper look at the concept of the “individual” as a medical, economic, political, and theoretical term, focusing on the way medical knowledge, the doctor, surgery, experimentation, healing, and specifically, the soul, is treated in Latina modernist literature. This book adds to the modernist discussions of literary figures such as Bernard Shaw, T.S. Eliot, D.H. Lawrence, William Carlos Williams, Frida Kahlo, Ezra Pound, and Gertrude Stein. Urrea, Ruiz de Burton, Mena, and Niggli continue the critique of a burgeoning medical system and rhetoric, and they add the Mexican/Indigenous viewpoint and transnational perspective that is important to any dialogue.






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California bull session lauds couple 05/26/17, via Christian Chronicle

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Francisco and Alicia Ramirez were honored with a benefit and a cake at the recent 14th annual Conference of the Churches of Christ of Northern California. Francisco and Alicia Ramirez cut a cake honoring their years of utility.

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Charge District bilingual school unveils art with message of inclusion and unity 05/24/17, via Mission Local

Alicia Ramirez, the grandmother of a 4th grader, Catalina, volunteered to pinch the kids form the clay figures and paint them. “I think it's beautiful,” she said, “and the kids love it.” Andrea, a sixth-grader, said working on the helping was sometimes

Nelson Pipino Cuevas y Alicia Ramirez cantan "Las cosas de la vida" #PequeGigantesPy - 04-07-2014.

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Nelson Pipino Cuevas y Alicia Ramirez cantan "Las cosas de la vida" junto a Bichito Echeverria y su Papá #PequeGigantesPy.

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Do Mexican Immigrants Harm America?

2016

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Alicia Ramirez has always loved baking. Her dearest owns Say It With Flour, the small bakery in town. And Ali's specialties are cake pops: delicious confections on a stick. But Ali's sweet subsistence turns sour when a sleek coffee shop opens across the street, giving her bakery a run for its money. Worst of all, the owner's son, Dane McGuire, likes to bake, too. He's the new kid in Ali's secondary. and happens to be annoyingly cute. When Dane and Ali engage in a bake-off to prove who is the cake-pop master, it's Ali's chance to save Say It With Flour. But will she be capable to rise to occasion. and ignore what her heart might be telling her?

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The Voice 2016 Spoilers: Week 2 – Voice Knockouts Sneak Peek (VIDEO) - 10/31/16, via Gossip & Gab

One of those battles was from Team Alicia, as we saw Wé McDonald take on Courtnie Ramirez and can we just give the title to Wé already??? However, on Tuesday Night we saw it isn’t going to be an easy run to the title for Wé, as Billy Gilman ...

Watch 'The Voice' Season 11 Episode 13 Live Stream Online! Who Will Advance To Live Playoffs After Final 2016 Knockouts? (VIDEO) - 10/31/16, via hollywoodtake.com

His teammate Ponciano Seoane was also sent home, as were Team Miley's Lauren Diaz, Team Alicia's Whitney & Shannon and Courtnie Ramirez, and Team Blake's Bindi Liebowitz. WILL GWEN AND BLAKE GET ENGAGED? UPDATE .. So what will happen on Episode 13 of The ...

'The Voice' Season 11 Knockout Rounds Recap, News & Update: Who's Eliminated? Current Standings For Team Blake, Miley, Alicia, Adam - 10/26/16, via Game & Guide

For Alicia's team, Wé McDonald brought to "The Voice" stage her take on Mary J. Blige's "No More Drama" against Beyoncé's "If I Were A Boy," performed by Courtnie Ramirez. Wé pushed the envelope which made her win the round, ending Courtnie's dreams of ...

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"in-significant issue" mar.abr.may2011 otoñosurprimaveranorte | ISBN 978-1-4457-9262-0 ON PAPER PDF READ it (ñ) in-significante No ya las cosas sino el discurso de las cosas. No ya la interacción con el objeto sino sólo con el discurso del objeto. Ausencia de significados en un Imperio de significantes. Update retórico: Discurso surfeador que no defiende ninguna postura, que sospecha. Surfeador sin fondo, disecciones de un forense de los sentidos. ¿Sublimación de los lenguajes? ¿Deconstrucción apocalíptica? ¿Gestión de los desechos en el final del juego? ¿De qué hablamos cuando hablamos? ¿A qué hacemos referencia? ¿Sabe usted a qué me refiero? El medio vuelto masaje. Cuando el mensaje del medio es sólo el masaje del discurso. Adicción masiva al soma diario de un discurso “renovado”, distractivo, sin consecuencias ni contenido, paradigmático en los mass-media y las redes sociales. Las palabras y las cosas Lo que se nombra y es nombrado, convenciones culturales,...
co~lapsus 1/4 . . (ın YSE#27)
co~lapsus 1/4 . . (ın YSE#27)
"in-significant issue" mar.abr.may2011 otoñosurprimaveranorte | ISBN 978-1-4457-9262-0 ON PAPER PDF READ it (ñ) in-significante No ya las cosas sino el discurso de las cosas. No ya la interacción con el objeto sino sólo con el discurso del objeto. Ausencia de significados en un Imperio de significantes. Update retórico: Discurso surfeador que no defiende ninguna postura, que sospecha. Surfeador sin fondo, disecciones de un forense de los sentidos. ¿Sublimación de los lenguajes? ¿Deconstrucción apocalíptica? ¿Gestión de los desechos en el final del juego? ¿De qué hablamos cuando hablamos? ¿A qué hacemos referencia? ¿Sabe usted a qué me refiero? El medio vuelto masaje. Cuando el mensaje del medio es sólo el masaje del discurso. Adicción masiva al soma diario de un discurso “renovado”, distractivo, sin consecuencias ni contenido, paradigmático en los mass-media y las redes sociales. Las palabras y las cosas Lo que se nombra y es nombrado, convenciones culturales,...
Awesomeness Fueled by Pie
Awesomeness Fueled by Pie
(sold) $175, 24 x 18", acrylic and mixed media on canvas, collaborative, 2012 :: People at Mission Pie drew pictures of themselves making San Francisco more awesome during the Awesome City exhibit. Those drawings were collaged directly onto the canvas. See the original drawings at moreawesomecity.tumblr.com/ :: Contributors include Elvia Buendia, David Ricardo, Wise Sons, Joe Wolf, Eryn, Francisco, Gabi and Javi Ramirez, Claudette Heisler, Sydney Roberts, Harper Roberts, Meredith Scheff, Erin Farrell, Sullivan Lane, Tessa Pogorelskin, Ailish O’Connor, Luzzulema, Felix, Richard Tsang, Daniel Coxxer, Karen Heisler, Gabriela, Jim Rizzo, Stephanie Ramirez, Alex, Joel Chaidez, Alex J, Debbie G, Olina, Nicole Walsh, Christy Becker, Jessica Aebi, Chris Stevens, Seth Familian, Gisela, Adela Laczynski,Brigid, Brigitte, Kris Morrison, Matt H, Stephanie, Erin Rebholz, Neil, Chai and Tej, Hannah Masius, JP, Eden Gallanter, Colin James, Anita Rao, Anke, Travis Leeper, Venuzia, Jody...
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  • qb_ramirez What do u mean, she talked about Alicia Machado & Obama brought up the KKK to fear monger? Hope & Change Part Deux https://t.co/9hANbWVpzu
  • qb_ramirez The guy delights in relating everything to obscure baseball references. He's about as relevant as Alicia Machado. https://t.co/tSxJLgkmnG
  • qb_ramirez Yeah but @HillaryClinton is talking about Alicia Machado! Miss Piggy seems so much more relevant to my family! https://t.co/QC64a5Gp3Y

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  • Alicia's Italian Nachos Ingredients:basil, garlic, marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese, parmesan cheese, pita bread
  • Alicia's Aloo Gobi Ingredients:cardamom, cayenne, cinnamon, coriander, cumin, garam masala, garlic, ginger, cauliflower, olive oil, onions, salt, turmeric, potato
  • Alicia's Deviled Eggs Ingredients:eggs, black pepper, pickle juice, mayonnaise, salt, dijon mustard
  • Sweet-Sour Broccoli Salad Ingredients:broccoli, cider vinegar, mayonnaise, onions, peanuts, raisins, sugar

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