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Routledge Handbook of Afro-Latin American Studies

Edited by: Bernd Reiter , John Antón Sánchez

Print publication date:  November  2022
Online publication date:  November  2022

Print ISBN: 9780367691431
eBook ISBN: 9781003159247
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781003159247
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Book description

This Handbook provides a comprehensive roadmap to the burgeoning area of Afro-Latin American Studies.



Afro-Latins as a civilization developed during the period of slavery, obtaining cultural contributions from Indigenous and European worlds, while today they are enriched by new social configurations derived from contemporary migrations from Africa. The essays collected in this volume speak to scientific production that has been promoted in the region from the humanities and social sciences with the aim of understanding the phenomenon of the African diaspora as a specific civilizing element. With contributions from world-leading figures in their fields overseen by an eminent international editorial board, this Handbook features original, authoritative articles organized in four coherent parts:



• Disciplinary Studies;



• Problem Focused Fields;



• Regional and Country Approaches;



• Pioneers of Afro-Latin American Studies.



The Routledge Handbook of Afro-Latin American Studies will not only serve as the major reference text in the area of Afro-Latin American Studies but will also provide the agenda for future new research.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Introduction Download PDF
Chapter  1:  A Short History of Afro-Latin American Studies, 1890–2020 Download PDF
Chapter  2:  The Sociocultural Anthropology of Afro-Latin America Download PDF
Chapter  3:  A Global Overview of Sociological Studies on Afro-Descendants Download PDF
Chapter  4:  Afro-Latin American Linguistics from African Nationalities to American Demonyms Download PDF
Chapter  5:  African Diaspora Archaeology in Latin America Download PDF
Chapter  6:  Logbook to Describe the Routes of Afro-Latin American Literature  Download PDF
Chapter  7:  Economic Inequalities in Life Opportunities for Afro-Descendants in Latin America Download PDF
Chapter  8:  “Afro-Latin American Legal Studies” Download PDF
Chapter  9:  “Afro-Latin American Politics” Download PDF
Chapter  10:  Afro-Latin American Geography Download PDF
Chapter  11:  The Difficult Decolonization of the Latin American Psyche Download PDF
Chapter  12:  Studies on Slavery Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Studies on Racialized Relations Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Studies on Racial Classification in Latin America Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Nations, Castes, Qualities, and Races in Latin American Viceregal Societies Download PDF
Chapter  16:  From cordial to structural racism Download PDF
Chapter  17:  Studies on the Black Atlantic and the Black Pacific Download PDF
Chapter  18:  “Afro-descendant Territorialities in Latin America” Download PDF
Chapter  19:  The Negritude Movement in Latin America Download PDF
Chapter  20:  Human Rights in Afro-Latin America Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Afrodescendants, Multiculturalism, and the Adoption of Ethnoracial Law in Latin America Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Studies on Democracy and Afro-descendant Political Participation in Latin America Download PDF
Chapter  23:  Black Feminisms in Latin America and the Caribbean Download PDF
Chapter  24:  Patterns of urban racial residential segregation in Latin America, the cases of Brazil and Colombia Download PDF
Chapter  25:  Afro-Latin American Music in Perspective Download PDF
Chapter  26:  The Rise of Afrodiasporic Meta-Genres and Global Afro-Latinx Music Download PDF
Chapter  27:  African inspired religions in Latin America Download PDF
Chapter  28:  Challenges for Public Policies and Inclusion of Afro-Latin Americans Download PDF
Chapter  29:  Marronage in the Great Caribbean Download PDF
Chapter  30:  Black Marxists or Black Marxisms? Download PDF
Chapter  31:  Studies on Demographics and Social Indicators Download PDF
Chapter  32:  Post-Abolition Black Migrations Download PDF
Chapter  33:  Afro-Brazilian Studies from a Black Perspective Download PDF
Chapter  34:  Perspectives Denied Download PDF
Chapter  35:  A historical, socio-political, and discourse approach to the emerging field of Afroperuvian Studies Download PDF
Chapter  36:  Afro-Ecuadorian Studies Download PDF
Chapter  37:  Afro-Bolivian Past(s) and Present(s) in Scholarship Download PDF
Chapter  38:  Afro-Colombian Studies Download PDF
Chapter  39:  Afro-Panamanian Studies Download PDF
Chapter  40:  Overcoming Invisibility Download PDF
Chapter  41:  From Miscegenation Policies to Constitutional Recognition Download PDF
Chapter  42:  In Defense of Black Life Download PDF
Chapter  43:  Culture, Race, and Nation in Afro-Cuban Studies Download PDF
Chapter  44:  Haitian Studies Rising Download PDF
Chapter  45:  Afro French Antillean Studies Download PDF
Chapter  46:  An Introduction to Afro-Dominican Studies Download PDF
Chapter  47:  Afro-Venezuelan Studies in Two Times Download PDF
Chapter  48:  Melville J. Herskovits Download PDF
Chapter  49:  Pioneers and Continuing Contributors of Afro-Cuban Studies Download PDF
Chapter  50:  Lélia Gonzalez, an Intellectual Afro-Latin American Download PDF
Chapter  51:  José Carlos Luciano Huapaya (1956–2002) Download PDF
Chapter  52:  Aquiles Escalante Polo Download PDF
Chapter  53:  Rogerio Velásquez Murillo Download PDF
Chapter  54:  Jacob Gorender and Studies on Slavery in Brazil Download PDF
Chapter  55:  Manuel Zapata Olivella Download PDF
Chapter  56:  Gonzalo Aguirre Beltrán, Pioneer in the Study of the Black Population in Mexico Download PDF
Chapter  57:  Robert Cooper West (1913–2001) Download PDF
Chapter  58:  Jean Price-Mars Download PDF
Chapter  59:  René Depestre Download PDF
Chapter  60:  Abdias Nascimento Download PDF
Chapter  61:  Race Relations in Brazil Download PDF
Chapter  62:  E. Franklin Frazier Download PDF
Chapter  63:  Roger Bastide (1898–1974) in Afro-Brazilian Studies Download PDF
Chapter  64:  Raimundo Nina Rodrigues Download PDF
Chapter  65:  Edison Carneiro, between the Scientist and the Native Download PDF
Chapter  66:  Manuel Querino Download PDF
Chapter  67:  Juan García Download PDF
Chapter  68:  Nina S. de Friedemann and the African shadow Download PDF
Chapter  69:  Luz María Martínez Montiel, a Mexican Africanist, Pioneer in Afro-Mexican Studies Download PDF
Chapter  70:  Ruth Landes and the Interstices of a Research Field Download PDF
Chapter  71:  Racial Prejudice and Stigma of Disease in the Work of Oracy Nogueira Download PDF
Chapter  72:  Virgínia Leone Bicudo Download PDF
Chapter  73:  Angelina Pollak-Eltz Download PDF
Chapter  74:  Beatriz Nascimento Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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