A contested Caribbean Indigeneity


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A Contested Caribbean Indigeneity is an in-depth analysis of the debates surrounding Taíno/Boricua activism in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean diaspora in New York City. Drawing on in-depth ethnographic research, media analysis, and historical documents, the book explores the varied experiences and motivations of Taíno/Boricua activists claiming what is commonly thought to be an extinct ethnic category.

Autora: Sherina Feliciano-Santos

Páginas: 227

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Dimensions 5.5 × 8.5 in

Sherina Feliciano-Santos


Rutgers University Press



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