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Feminist Media Histories Vol. 7 No. 4, Fall 2021

Black and white photo of Graciela Gil Olivarez on the air at KIFN radio, 1961
Graciela Gil Olivarez on the air at KIFN radio, 1961. Source: Arizona Archives Online, Graciela Gil Olivarez Photographs 1951–1982, Undated (CP MPC 293), Chicano/a Research Collection, Hayden Library, Arizona State University, Tempe Arizona
Latina Media Histories Feminist Media Histories Vol. 7 No. 4, Fall 2021

Feminist Media Histories 2021 Vol. 7 Issue 4 cover

Femimnist Media Histories Fall 2021

A special issue on Latina Media Histories

Guest edited by Mary Beltrán & Mirasol Enríquez 

https://online.ucpress.edu/fmh/issue/7/4

Editor-in-Chief: Jennifer M. Bean

Managing Editor: Kallie Strode  

 

FEATURED ARTICLES

Editors’ Introduction: Centering Latinas in Film and Media History 

MARY BELTRÁN AND MIRASOL ENRÍQUEZ 

 

“I Know I Can’t Wait to See My Name in Lights”: Nickelodeon’s Taina and Latina Television History 

JILLIAN BÁEZ 

 

Sighting the Sound: A Latina Punk Challenge to Musical Memory 

PALOMA MARTÍNEZ-CRUZ 

 

Trying to Sell Ketchup in a Salsa Bottle: Chasing Papi and the Hispanic Audience 

MIRASOL ENRÍQUEZ 

 

Pero Like and mitú: Latina Content Creators and Social Media Entertainment and the Politics of Latinx Millenniality 

ARCELIA GUTIÉRREZ 

 

Amazing Grace Keeps the Platters Spinning: A Photo Essay on Radio and Television Broadcasting Trailblazer Graciela Gil Olivarez 

MONICA DE LA TORRE AND CHRISTINE MARÍN 

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