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Terms of inclusion : Black intellectuals in twentieth-century Brazil / Paulina L. Alberto.

By: Alberto, Paulina L.
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©2011Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 396 pages) : illustrations, map.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780807877715; 0807877719; 9781469603186; 1469603187.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Terms of inclusion.DDC classification: 305.55208996 LOC classification: F2659.N4 | A368 2011Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Foreigners : São Paulo, 1900-1925 -- Fraternity : Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, 1925-1929 -- Nationals : Salvador da Bahia and São Paulo, 1930-1945 -- Democracy : São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, 1945-1950 -- Difference : São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Salvador da Bahia, 1950-1964 -- Decolonization : Rio de Janeiro, Salvador da Bahia, and São Paulo, 1964-1985 -- Epilogue : Brazil, 1985 to the new century.
Summary: In this history of black thought and racial activism in twentieth-century Brazil, Paulina Alberto demonstrates that black intellectuals, and not just elite white Brazilians, shaped discourses about race relations and the cultural and political terms of inclusion in their modern nation.
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In this history of black thought and racial activism in twentieth-century Brazil, Paulina Alberto demonstrates that black intellectuals, and not just elite white Brazilians, shaped discourses about race relations and the cultural and political terms of inclusion in their modern nation.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 355-375) and index.

Foreigners : São Paulo, 1900-1925 -- Fraternity : Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, 1925-1929 -- Nationals : Salvador da Bahia and São Paulo, 1930-1945 -- Democracy : São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, 1945-1950 -- Difference : São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, and Salvador da Bahia, 1950-1964 -- Decolonization : Rio de Janeiro, Salvador da Bahia, and São Paulo, 1964-1985 -- Epilogue : Brazil, 1985 to the new century.

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