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Waves of decolonization : discourses of race and hemispheric citizenship in Cuba, Mexico, and the United States / David Luis-Brown.

By: Luis-Brown, David, 1967-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.New Americanists: Publisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 2008Description: 1 online resource (ix, 340 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780822391463; 0822391465.Subject(s): Racism -- Cuba -- History | Racism -- Mexico -- History | Racism -- United States -- History | Cuba -- Race relations -- History | Mexico -- Race relations -- History | United States -- Race relations -- History | Decolonization -- Cuba -- History | Decolonization -- Mexico -- History | Decolonization -- United States -- History | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology -- Cultural | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Discrimination & Race Relations | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Ethnic Studies -- General | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Minority Studies | Decolonization | Race relations | Racism | Cuba | Mexico | United States | Entkolonialisierung | Rassismus | Ethnische Beziehungen | Mexiko | USA | Kuba | HISTORY / United States / 20th CenturyGenre/Form: Electronic books. | History.Additional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 305.800972 LOC classification: F1789.A1 | L85 2008Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Introduction: Waves of decolonization and discourses of hemispheric citizenship -- "White slaves" and the "arrogant mestiza": reconfiguring whiteness in The squatter and the don and Ramona -- "The coming unities" in "our America": decolonization and anticolonial messianism in Martí, Du Bois, and the Santa de Cabora -- Transnationalisms against the state: contesting neocolonialism in the Harlem Renaissance, Cuban negrismo, and Mexican indigenismo -- "Rising tides of color": ethnography and theories of race and migration in Boas, Park, Gamio, and Hurston -- Coda: Waves of decolonization and discourses of hemispheric citizenship.
Action note: digitized 2020. committed to preserveSummary: Explores why author-activists in the United States, Cuba, and Mexico defined their local struggles in relation to broader hemispheric and diasporic movements against imperialism and racial oppression.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 301-327) and index.

Introduction: Waves of decolonization and discourses of hemispheric citizenship -- "White slaves" and the "arrogant mestiza": reconfiguring whiteness in The squatter and the don and Ramona -- "The coming unities" in "our America": decolonization and anticolonial messianism in Martí, Du Bois, and the Santa de Cabora -- Transnationalisms against the state: contesting neocolonialism in the Harlem Renaissance, Cuban negrismo, and Mexican indigenismo -- "Rising tides of color": ethnography and theories of race and migration in Boas, Park, Gamio, and Hurston -- Coda: Waves of decolonization and discourses of hemispheric citizenship.

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Explores why author-activists in the United States, Cuba, and Mexico defined their local struggles in relation to broader hemispheric and diasporic movements against imperialism and racial oppression.

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<p>David Luis-Brown is Associate Professor of Cultural Studies and English at Claremont Graduate University.</p>

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