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The Puerto Rican nation on the move

identities on the island & in the United States

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The Puerto Rican nation on the move: identities on the island & in the United States
2002, University of North Carolina Press
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Rethinking colonialism, nationalism, and transnationalism: the case of Puerto Rico
The construction of cultural identities in Puerto Rico and the diaspora
The rich gate to future wealth: displaying Puerto Rico at world's fairs
Representing the newly colonized Puerto Rico in the gaze of American anthropologists, 1898-1915
Portraying the other: Puerto Rican images in two American photographic collections
A postcolonial colony? The rise of cultural nationalism in Puerto Rico during the 1950s
Collecting the nation: the public representation of Puerto Rico's cultural identity
Following the migrant citizen: the official discourse on Puerto Rican migration to the United States
The nation in the diaspora: the reconstruction of the cultural identity of Puerto Rican migrants
Mobile livelihoods: circular migration, transnational identities and cultural borders between Puerto Rico and the United States
Neither Black nor White: the representation of racial identity among Puerto Ricans on the island and in the U.S. mainland
Making Indians out of Blacks: the revitalization of Taino identity in Contemporary Puerto Rico
Conclusion: Nation, migration, identity.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [297]-329) and index.

Classifications

Library of Congress
F1975 .D83 2002, F1975.D83 2002, 2001057826 [F], F1975 .D83 2002eb

The Physical Object

Pagination
xv, 341 p. :
Number of pages
341

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL15542132M
Internet Archive
puertoricannatio00duan
ISBN 10
0807827045, 0807853720
LCCN
2001057826
OCLC/WorldCat
48674597
Library Thing
1206227
Goodreads
2114102
1124016

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More than one hundred years ago, the French scholar Ernest Renan (1990[1882]) posed the question, "What is a nation?"
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