A transnational history of working people's struggles and a gendered analysis of populism and colonialism in... Læs mere
This work dismantles the myth of a dominant Spanish and racially white national culture in Puerto Rican history. It claims that the national identity is mainly... Læs mere
Anchoring her work in archival sources in film technology, economy, and education, Naida Garcia-Crespo... Læs mere
This book endeavors to explore the national purpose of the United States and of Puerto Rico. The author studies Puerto Rico... Læs mere
After acquiring Puerto Rico in 1898, the US engaged in a systematic ideological conquest of the Puerto Rican population through the social science textbooks used in the public school system.
In this groundbreaking volume, Juan Jose Baldrich traces the deep changes affecting Puerto Rican tobacco growers and manufacturers and their export markets from the Spanish colonization of the island to the present.
Puerto Rican writers living in the United States and writing in English find themselves astride two cultures, two languages, and two ways of looking at life.
Peaceful little Qatar has, due to increasing oil and gas revenues, in a very short time grown into one of the wealthiest countries... Læs mere
Petra R. Rivera-Rideau shows how the popular music style reggaeton offers a space for Puerto Rican musicians to express identities that... Læs mere