New Issue: Caribbean Studies (Vol. 42, No. 2)

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Dr. Humberto García Muñiz, director of the Institute of Caribbean Studies (at the University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras) has just announced that the latest issue of Caribbean Studies (Vol. 42, No. 2, July-Dec. 2013) has been published. This new issue contains the following articles, obituaries, research notes and book reviews:

Artículos • Articles • Articles

César Salcedo Chirinos, “Los límites del poder disciplinario: El Seminario Conciliar y la formación del clero en Puerto Rico (1805-1857)”

Elisabeth Cunin & Odile Hoffman, “From Colonial Domination to the Making of the Nation: Ethno-Racial Categories and Reports and their Political Uses in Belize, 19th-20th Centuries”

Sasha Turner Bryson, “The Art of Power: Poison and Obeah Accusations and the Struggle for Dominance and Survival in Jamaica’s Slave Society”

Solsiree del Moral, “Rescuing the Jíbaro: Renewing the Puerto Rican Patria through School Reform”

Lorgia García Peña, “Being Black Ain’t So Bad…Dominican Immigrant Women Negotiating Race in Contemporary Italy”

Pablo Martín Aceña & Inés Roldán de Montaud, “A Colonial Bank under Spanish and American Sovereignty: The Banco Español de Puerto Rico, 1888-1913”

The ‘In Memoriam’ section includes:Alice Colón Warren, “En memoria de Helen Safa: Helen Safa vive”; María Margarita Flores Collazo, “En el nombre de la historia”: Obituario: Teresita Martínez Vergne; and Raymundo González, “In Memoriam Franklin Franco Pichardo.”

Notas de investigación • Research Notes • Notes de Recherche

Frances J. Santiago Torres, “Suzanne Césaire: Un legado intelectual de vanguardia” and Amín Pérez, “’Yo no soy racista, yo defiendo mi patria’: Síntomas y efectos nacionalistas en República Dominicana”

Reseñas de libros • Book Reviews • Comptes Rendus

Kirwin R. Shaffer. 2013. Black Flag Boricuas: Anarchism, Antiauthoritarianism, and the Left in Puerto Rico, 1897-1921. (Jorell A. Meléndez Badillo)

Kathleen M. López. 2013. Chinese Cubans: A Transnational History. (Benjamín N. Narváez)

María Teresa Cortés Zavala. 2013. Los hombres de la nación. Itinerarios de progreso económico y el desarrollo intelectual, Puerto Rico en el siglo XIX. (Pedro L. San Miguel)

B.W. Higman. 1988. Proslavery Priest: The Atlantic World of John Lindsay, 1729-1788. (Fernando Picó)

Carol Marsh-Locket and Elizabeth J. West, eds. 2013. Literary Expressions of African Spirituality. (Dannabang Kuwabong)

Virginia Bernhard. 2011. A Tale of Two Colonies: What Really Happened in Virginia and Bermuda? (Nicholas G. Faraclas)

Geoffrey Baker. 2011. Buena Vista in the Club: Rap, Reggaetón, and Revolution in Havana. (Melisa Rivière)

Laura Lomas. 2008. Translating Empire. José Martí, Migrant Latino Subjects, and American Modernities. (Leonora Simonovis)

Neil Lazarus. 2011. The Postcolonial Unconscious. (Ian Anthony Bethell Bennett)

V. Eudine Barriteau. 2012. Love and Power: Caribbean Discourses on Gender. (Margarita Mergal)

Jerome S. Handler and Kenneth M. Bilby. 2012. Enacting Power: The Criminalization of Obeah in the Anglophone Caribbean 1760-2012. (Mervyn C. Alleyne)

Elizabeth DeLoughrey and George B. Handley, eds. 2011. Postcolonial Ecologies: Literatures of the Environment. (Melissa García)

Patricia Gherovici. 2003. The Puerto Rican Syndrome.  (Giselle Avilés Maldonado)

 

[Image above is the cover of the previous issue.]

For further information, you may call Dr. Humberto García Muñiz, Director, at (787) 764-0000, extension 4212, or write to iec@uprrp.edu

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