Introduction: The Challenge and Promise of Dominican Black Studies
Raj Chetty and Amaury Rodríquez
Translating Blackness: Dominicans Negotiating Race and Belonging
An Epidemic of Negrophobia: Blackness and the Legacy of the US Occupation of the Dominican Republic
Race, Legacy, and Lineage in the Dominican Republic: Shifting Paradigms
Eva Michelle Wheeler
Salomé Ureña’s Blurred Edges: Race, Gender, and Commemoration in the Dominican Republic
The Heart of La Vega … is Haitian!
I’m Trying to Tell You of My Country
Jacques Viau Renaud
Choral Salute to the Poet Leopold Sedar Senghor
Juan Sánchez Lamouth
Sin haitianidad no hay dominicanidad: Cartografía de una identidad que se bifurca, by Dió-genes Abréu / Amarilys Estrella; The African Presence in Santo Domingo, by Carlos Andújar / Charlton W. Yingling; Masculinity after Trujillo: The Politics of Gender in Dominican Literature, by Maja Horn / Alaí Reyes-Santos; The Mulatto Republic: Class, Race, and Dominican National Identity, by April Mayes / Anne Eller
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