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Transnational Hispaniola: New Directions in Haitian and Dominican Studies

April J Mayes ✓ 9 CHARACTERS

In addition to sharing the Caribbean island of Hispaniola Haiti the Dominican Republic share a complicated and at times painful history Yet Transnational Hispaniola shows island of Hispaniola Haiti and the Dominican Republic share a complicated and at times painful history Yet Transnational Hispaniola shows there is muchto the two nations relationship than their perceived antagonism Rejecting dominant narratives that reinforce opposition between the two sides of the island contributors to this volume highlight the connections and commonalities that extend across the border mapping new directions in Haitianist and Dominicanist scholarshipExploring a var. .

Iety of topics including European colonialism migration Citizenship Sex Tourism Music Literature Political Economy sex music literature political economy art contributors demonstrate that alternate views of and Dominican history and identity have existed long before the present day From a moving section on passport petitions that reveals the familial friendship and communal networks across Hispaniola in a moving section on passport petitions that reveals the familial friendship and communal networks across Hispaniola in nineteenth century to a discussion of the shared music traditions that unite the island today this volume speaks of an island and people bound toge. .
Ther in a myriad of "waysComplete with reflections and advice on teaching a transnational approach to Haitian "with reflections and advice on teaching a transnational approach to Haitian Dominican studies this agenda setting volume argues that the island of Hispaniola and its inhabitants should be studied in a way that contextualizes differences historicizes borders and recognizes cross island linksContributors Paul its inhabitants should be studied in a way that contextualizes differences historicizes borders and recognizes cross island linksContributors Paul Nathalie Bragadir Raj Chetty Anne Eller
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