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The borders of Dominicanidad : race, nation, and archives of contradiction / Lorgia Garcia-Pena.

By: Garcia-Pena, Lorgia, 1978-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: E184.D6 G37 2016Publication: Durham, England : Duke University Press, 2016Description: xiv, 274 p. : ill., maps.ISBN: 9780822362623 (pbk.); 0822362627; 9780822362470 (hbk.); 0822362473.Subject(s): Dominican Americans -- Race identity | Blacks -- Race identity -- Dominican Republic | Immigrants -- United States -- Social conditions | Race relations in mass media | Dominican Republic -- Relations -- Haiti | Haiti -- Relations -- Dominican Republic | United States -- Foreign relations -- Dominican Republic -- History | Dominican Republic -- Foreign relations -- United States -- History
Contents:
The Galindo virgins : violence, repetition, and the founding of Dominicanidad -- Of bandits and wenches : the US occupation (1916-1924) and the criminalization of Dominican Blackness -- Speaking in silences : literary interruptions and the massacre of 1937 -- Rayano consciousness : remapping the Haiti-DR border after the earthquake of 2010 -- Writing from El Nié : exile and the poetics of Dominicanidad Ausente -- Postscript: Anti-Haitianism and the global war on Blackness.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 247-259) and index.

The Galindo virgins : violence, repetition, and the founding of Dominicanidad -- Of bandits and wenches : the US occupation (1916-1924) and the criminalization of Dominican Blackness -- Speaking in silences : literary interruptions and the massacre of 1937 -- Rayano consciousness : remapping the Haiti-DR border after the earthquake of 2010 -- Writing from El Nié : exile and the poetics of Dominicanidad Ausente -- Postscript: Anti-Haitianism and the global war on Blackness.

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