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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.

Produktbeschreibung
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.
Autorenporträt
Sheridan Wigginton is professor of Spanish and Latin American studies at California Lutheran University. Richard T. Middleton IV is associate professor of political science at the University of Missouri-St. Louis and adjunct professor of law at St. Louis University School of Law. He is author of Cities, Mayors, and Race Relations: Task Forces as Agents of Race-Based Policy Innovations and Unequal Protection of the Law: The Rights of Citizens and Non-Citizens in Comparative Perspective.