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Race and Nation in Modern Latin America

Race and Nation in Modern Latin America - 03 edition

Race and Nation in Modern Latin America - 03 edition

ISBN13: 9780807854419

ISBN10: 0807854417

Race and Nation in Modern Latin America by Appelbaum, Macpherson and Rosemblatt  Eds. - ISBN 9780807854419
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 03
Copyright: 2003
Publisher: Chapel Hill
Published: 2003
International: No
Race and Nation in Modern Latin America by Appelbaum, Macpherson and Rosemblatt  Eds. - ISBN 9780807854419

ISBN13: 9780807854419

ISBN10: 0807854417

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 03

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Summary

This collection brings together innovative historical work on race and national identity in Latin America and the Caribbean and places this scholarship in the context of interdisciplinary and transnational discussions regarding race and nation in the Americas. Moving beyond debates about whether ideologies of racial democracy have actually served to obscure discrimination, the book shows how notions of race and nationhood have varied over time across Latin America's political landscapes.

Framing the themes and questions explored in the volume, the editors' introduction also provides an overview of the current state of the interdisciplinary literature on race and nation-state formation. Essays on the postindependence period in Belize, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico, Panama, and Peru consider how popular and elite racial constructs have developed in relation to one another and to processes of nation building. Contributors also examine how ideas regarding racial and national identities have been gendered and ask how racialized constructions of nationhood have shaped and limited the citizenship rights of subordinated groups.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Foreword. The First New Nations
Thomas C. Holt
Acknowledgments
Introduction. Racial Nations

Nancy P. Appelbaum, Anne S. Macpherson, and Karin Alejandra Rosemblatt

1 Little Middle Ground: The Instability of a Mestizo Identity in the Andes, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Sarah C. Chambers

2 Belonging to the Great Granadan Family: Partisan Struggle and the Construction of Indigenous Identity and Politics in Southwestern Colombia, 1849-1890

James Sanders

3 Searching for "Latin America": Race and Sovereignty in the Americas in the 1850s

Aims McGuinness

4 Imagining the Colonial Nation: Race, Gender, and Middle-Class Politics in Belize, 1888-1898

Anne S. Macpherson

5 From Revolution to Involution in the Early Cuban Republic: Conflicts over Race, Class, and Nation, 1902-1906

Lillian Guerra

6 Interracial Courtship in the Rio de Janeiro Courts, 1918-1940

Sueann Caulfield

7 From Mestizophilia to Biotypology: Racialization and Science in Mexico, 1920-1960

Alexandra Minna Stern

8 Race, Region, and Nation: Sonora's Anti-Chinese Racism and Mexico's Postrevolutionary Nationalism, 1920s-1930s

Gerardo R'nique

9 Racializing Regional Difference: São Paulo versus Brazil, 1932

Barbara Weinstein

Afterword. Race and Nation in Latin America: An Anthropological ViewPeter Wade
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Contributors
Index

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