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by Peter Wade

Author: Peter Wade
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press (August 1, 1995)
Pages: 432 pages
Category: History
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Drawing on extensive anthropological fieldwork, Peter Wade shows how the concept of blackness and discrimination are deeply embedded in. .Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press (August 1, 1995).

Drawing on extensive anthropological fieldwork, Peter Wade shows how the concept of blackness and discrimination are deeply embedded in different social levels and contexts―from region to neighborhood.

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Blackness and Race Mixture book. Paperback, 432 pages. Published August 1st 1995 by Johns Hopkins University Press (first published 1993).

Blackness and Race Mixture book. Blackness and Race Mixture: The Dynamics of Racial Identity in Colombia. by. Peter Wade (Goodreads Author). Blackness and Race Mixture: The Dynamics of Racial Identity in Colombia (Johns Hopkins Studies in Atlantic History and Culture). 080185251X (ISBN13: 9780801852510).

The idea of "racial democracy" in Latin American populations has traditionally assumed . Johns Hopkins studies in Atlantic history and culture. Online version: Wade, Peter, 1957- Blackness and race mixture.

The idea of "racial democracy" in Latin American populations has traditionally assumed that class is a more significant factor than race. But despite the emergence of a mestizo class - people who are. Material Type: Internet resource.

Release Date:August 1995. Publisher:Johns Hopkins University Press.

Drawing on extensive anthropological fieldwork, Peter Wade shows how the concept of "blackness" and discrimination are deeply embedded in different social levels and contexts-from region to neighborhood, and from politics and economics to housing, marriage, music, and personal identity. Release Date:August 1995.

Wade, Peter (1997) Race and Ethnicity in Latin America. Wade, Peter (1999) Working Culture: Making Cultural Identities in Cali, Colombia. Current Anthropology 40(4):449– 471. Wade, Peter (2002a) The Colombian Pacific in Perspective. Journal of Latin American Anthro- pology 7(2):2–33. Wade, Peter (2002b) Race, Nature and Culture: An Anthropological Perspective. Wade, Peter (2004) Images of Latin American Mestizaje and the Politics of Comparison. Wade, Peter (2005) Rethinking Mestizaje: Ideology and.

Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press. Introduction - Cultural topography - Chocoanos on the frontier and in the city - Blackness and mixedness - Appendixes - Illustrations - Maps. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

oceedings{sAR, title {Blackness and Race Mixture: The . Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993. xv. 415 p. figures, maps, photographs, appendixes, references, index.

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Blackness and race mixture: the dynamics of racial identity in Colombia. 1995 Working Culture: Making Cultural Identities in Cali, Colombia. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993. Music, race, and nation: Música tropical in Colombia. University of Chicago Press, 2000. Working Culture: Making Cultural Identities in Cali, Colombia. Current Anthropology 40 (4), 449-472, 1999. Racial identity and nationalism: a theoretical view from Latin America. Ethnic and Racial Studies 24 (5), 845-865, 2001.

Drawing on extensive anthropological fieldwork, Peter Wade shows how the concept of "blackness" and discrimination are deeply embedded in different social levels and contexts―from region to neighborhood, and from politics and economics to housing, marriage, music, and personal identity.