Comparative perspectives on Afro-Latin America / edited by Kwame Dixon and John Burdick ; foreword by Howard Winant.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Dixon, Kwame., Burdick, John, 1959-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Gainesville : University Press of Florida, c2012.
Subjects:
Table of Contents:
  • Blackness and cultural difference
  • Nurturing Bantu Africanness in Bahia / Patricia de Santana Pinho
  • Strategies of the Black Pacific: Music and Diasporic Identity in Peru / Heidi Carolyn Feldman
  • Malandreo Negro: Gangsta Rap and the Politics of Exclusion in Venezuela / Sujatha Fernandes
  • Performing the African Diaspora in Mexico / Angela N. Castañeda
  • Visions of a Nineteenth-Century Cuba: Images of Blacks in the Work of Víctor Patricio de Landaluze / Elizabeth Morán
  • Afro Social Movements and Mobilization
  • Afro-Colombian Social Movements / Peter Wade
  • Beyond Citizenship as We Know It: Race and Ethnicity in Afro-Colombian Struggles for Citizenship Equality / Bettina Ngweno
  • Black Activism in Ecuador, 1979-2009 / Ollie A. Johnson III
  • Afro-Ecuadorian Community Organizing and Political Struggle: Influences on and Participation in Constitutional Processes / Jean Muteba Rahier
  • The Black Movement's Foot Soldiers: Black Women and Neighborhood Struggles for Land Rights in Brazil / Keisha-Khan Y. Perry
  • State Responses
  • Social Movements in Latin America: The Power of Regional and National Networks / Judith A. Morrison
  • Negotiating Blackness within the Multicultural State: Creole Politics and Identity in Nicaragua / Juliet Hooker
  • Todos Somos Iguales, Todos Somos Incas: Dilemmas of Afro-Peruvian Citizenship and Inca Whiteness in Peru / Shane Greene
  • Sociology and Racial Inequality: Challenges and Approaches in Brazil /Antonio Guimares
  • Black
  • but Not Haitian: Color, Class, and Ethnicity in the Dominican Republic / Ernesto Sagás.