Using Dominicans in New York City as a case study, Ramona Hernandez challenges the old belief... Læs mere
Using data from local surveys, interviews, and rational... Læs mere
A literary study of the borderlands between Haiti and the Dominican Republic.
Examines how school curriculum-based representations of Dominican identity navigate black racial identity, its relatedness to Haiti, and the culturally entrenched pejorative image of the Haitian Other in Dominican society.
Shows how America began to intervene in world affairs. This book covers developments in New York,... Læs mere
Studying Latin America, this text analyzes the extent to which economic and political changes have convinced business elites to strengthen their employer associations and to use them - instead of less institutionalized means - to influence the policy-making process.
Like rap in the United States, bachata began as a music of the poor and dispossessed. This book traces the impact of political... Læs mere