All gender studies must include the Native American "mediator," which challenges gender itself.
Often overlooked, Cuba's Lydia Cabrera remains a key figure in the history of anthropology.
Author Jamaica Kincaid's 1988 definition of the nature of tourism vitally revised staid definitions.
Chicago-born Chicana writer Ana Castillo helps sharpen the all-too-facile "citizen of the world" label.
Cuban author Daína Chaviano advances the cause of the island's little-discussed heritage.
Questions can matter as much or more than answers, something Sherman Alexie understands.