Risking Catachresis: Reading Race, Reference, and Grammar in “Women”

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2021

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10.1353/dia.2021.0022

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León, Christina A (2021). Risking Catachresis: Reading Race, Reference, and Grammar in “Women”. Diacritics, 49(1). pp. 61–71. 10.1353/dia.2021.0022 Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/28723.

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Christina A León

Assistant Professor of Literature

Christina A. León specializes in Latinx and Caribbean literatures, in addition to critical engagements with literary, feminist, queer, anti-colonial, and critical theories of ethnicity and race. Her writing can be found in Women and PerformanceASAP/JournalDiacriticsGLQSargassoSmall Axe, Representations, and Post-45