Afro-Mexicans Discourse of "Race" and Identity on the African Diaspora

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Explores a little known branch of the African Diaspora - Afro-Mexicans - and discusses their conditions of arrival and establishment in Mexico within the context of Spanish colonialism and the socioracial terms that are the focus of the main study: indio, blanco, nero and moreno. These terms are part of daily life in Mexico, used in variable ways as tags of social identity. This book is an insightful addition to the growing body of invaluable research in the field of Diaspora Studies' - Paru Raman, University of London'

Book information

ISBN: 9781592216475
Publisher: Africa World Press
Imprint: Africa World Press
Pub date:
DEWEY: 305.896072
DEWEY edition: 22
Language: English
Number of pages: 276
Weight: 374g
Height: 211mm
Width: 139mm
Spine width: 18mm