Race, colonialism, and social transformation in Latin America and the Caribbean / edited by Jerome Branche
- Gainesville : University Press of Florida, c2008.
- Physical Description:
- viii, 301 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Branche, Jerome
- From meticulous oblivion to unexpected return : the variable fate of indigenous people in the Uruguayan imaginary of the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries / Gustavo Verdesio -- Coloring the social structure : racial politics during the Duvalierist dictatorial regime of 1957-87 / Carolle Charles -- The imagined republic of Puerto Rican populism in world-historical context : the poetics of plantation fantasies and the petit-coloniality of Criollo Blanchitude, 1914-48 / Kelvin Santiago-Valles -- Racism and its masks in Brazil : on racism and the idea of harmony / Gislene Aparecida dos Santos -- Revolutionary spiritualities in Chiapas today : immanent history and the comparative frame in subaltern studies / José Rabasa -- New cartographies of the Bolivian state in the context of the Constituent Assembly, 2006-2007 / Denise Y. Arnold -- Savage emergence : toward a decolonial Aymara methodology for cultural survival / Marcia Stephenson -- Race, ethnicity, and nation in Manuel Zapata Olivella's ¡Levántate mulato! : rethinking identity in Latin America / Laurence Prescott -- Afro-centrism as an intercultural force in Ecuador / Michael Handelsman -- Creole counterdiscourses and French departmental hegemony : reclaiming "here" from "there" / H. Adlai Murdoch.
- 9780813032641 (alk. paper)
0813032644 (alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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