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AfroLatinas and LatiNegras

Culture, Identity, and Struggle from an Intersectional Perspective
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AfroLatinas as subject of scholarship is woefully underrepresented, and this edited volume, AfroLatinas and LatiNegras: Culture, Identity, and Struggle from an Intersectional Perspective, offers an important and timely intervention. The consistent attention to AfroLatinas' agency across all the chapters is empowering and attentive to the difficult circumstances of asserting that agency, and the tremendous breadth of what agency can look like. The authors argue the analytical power of the concept of Intersectionality while considering the hegemonic pressures on AfroLatinidad and the essentializing moves that an intersectional approach enables evading, overthrowing, and resisting systems of power. Through the study of multiple cultural expressions of Blackness, such as photography, colonial inquisition records, dance, music, fiction, non-fiction, poetic memoir, and religious expression, and throughout different region of the Americas, the chapter contributors of this book consider the relationship that social and historical processes, such as sovereignty and colonialism, have on narrative and cultural production. Rosita Scerbo, Concetta Bondi, and the contributors acknowledge that racial and gender equity cannot exist without Intersectionality, and the inclusion of activist voices broadens its reach and links theory to praxis.

Author Biography:

Rosita Scerbo is assistant professor of Afro-Hispanic studies at Georgia State University. Concetta Bondi is lecturer of Spanish at Arizona State University.
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August 15th, 2022
  • Professional & Vocational
  • Contributions by Algris Xiomara Aldeano Vasquez
  • Contributions by Concetta Bondi
  • Contributions by Jamie Lee Andreson
  • Contributions by Karen S. Christian
  • Contributions by Meaghan Jeanne Coogan
  • Contributions by Natasha Carrizosa
  • Contributions by Renata Dorneles Lima
  • Contributions by Yoiseth Patricia Cabarcas
  • Edited by Concetta Bondi
  • Edited by Rosita Scerbo
Country of Publication
United States
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Lexington Books/Fortress Academic
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