Imaging the great Puerto Rican family [electronic resource] : framing nation, race, and gender during the American century / Hilda Lloréns
- Lloréns, Hilda
- Lanham : Lexington Books, 
- Physical Description:
- xxviii, 259 pages ; 24 cm
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- Imaging Puerto Rican natives, 1890-1920 -- Building a photographic case for the rehabilitation of the colony, 1930s -- The emergence of Black-Puerto Ricans in portraiture, 1930s -- Setting the stage for mid-twentieth century imagery of Puerto Rico, 1920-1951 -- The rise of cultural nationalism and filmic narratives of blackness, 1948-1970 -- Dynamics of the 1970s : national and racial transfigurations -- What the American century has wrought : Puerto Rican images in the late twentieth century -- Epilogue : representing Puerto Rico during the American century.
- Puerto Rico—History—20th century
- Nationalism—Puerto Rico—History—20th century
- Puerto Rico—Race relations—History—20th century
- African Americans—Puerto Rico—History—20th century
- Puerto Rico—20th century—Pictorial works
- United States—Economic conditions—20th century
- United States—Politics and government—20th century
- 9780739189184 (cloth : alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-249) and index.
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