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CENTRO Journal vol. XXV, no. 2, Fall 2013 (*)


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CENTRO Journal

Since its first issue in 1987, the journal has proven to be one of Centro’s most important links to the public. A multidisciplinary, bilingual, refereed publication that welcomes scholarly articles in the humanities and the social and natural sciences, as well as interpretive essays, interviews, fiction, reviews and art. CENTRO Journal is published twice a year (spring and fall) and a yearly subscription includes both issues.

Table of Contents


-Julia de Burgos’ Writing for Pueblos Hispanos: Journalism as Puerto Rican Cultural and Political Transnational Practice
Vanessa Pérez-Rosario
-The Chicago Young Lords: (Re)constructing Knowledge and Revolution
Jacqueline Lazú
-The Latinization of Orlando: Language, Whiteness, and the Politics of Place
Simone Delerme
-Enduring Migration: Puerto Rican Workers on U.S. Farms
Ismael García-Colón and Edwin Meléndez
-Migrants Who Never Arrived: The Crash of Westair Transport’s N1248n in 1950
Luis Asencio Camacho
-Feeding the Colonial Subject: Nutrition and Public Health in Puerto Rico, 1926-1952
Elisa M. González
-The Not-So-Docile Puerto Rican: Students Resist Americanization, 1930
Ellie Walshw


De claves, enfoques y heartbeats. Entrevista con Adál Maldonado
-Carlos Garrido Castellano



-A Response to Gabriel Haslip-Viera’s Review of The Myth of Indigenous Caribbean Extinction: Continuity and
Reclamation in Borikén (Puerto Rico)
Tony Castanha

A Response by Gabriel Haslip-Viera

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  1. Barrio Erudition 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Dec 2013

    I find that the level of writing that appears in Centro Journal is of the highest standard, while the scope of its subject matter is not only varied, but well-researched, and most important , bold and unflinching before the metropole's gaze. While this journal manages to draw the attention of the academic community based on its adherence to the exigencies of serious writing, it also reflects the vigor and agency of the Puertorican diasporic community in its ever alluring and changing dimension.

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