William E. Orchard
Assistant Professor of English
5263 Mayflower Hill
Waterville, Maine 04901-8852
Areas of Expertise
- Latina/o literature
- contemporary American literature
- visual culture (especially the graphic novel)
- theories of gender and sexuality
The Pedagogy of Pictures: Latino Graphic Novels and the Politics of Representation
Forms of Engagement: Chicano Narrative Analysis in the 21st Century
Queering Motherhood in Manuel Munoz's The Faith Healer of Olive Avenue
The Making of the Mexican American Writer: Josefina Niggli's The Singing Valley
Maria Cristina Mena and the Masturbating Boy (On the Critical Limits of Mestizaje)
"Lost in Adaptation: Chicana History, the Cold War, and the Case of Josefina Niggli." Women's Studies Quarterly 33 (2005): 90-113.
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