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Race, Front and Center: Perspectives on Race Among Puerto Ricans
Edited by Carlos Vargas-Ramos
ISBN 9781945662003 | LCCN 2016030601
Pbk. 2017; 403 pages
Race, Front and Center is a collection of essays that captures the breadth of research on the subject of race among Puerto Ricans. Its twenty-two chapters divided into seven sections address the intellectual, aesthetic and historical trajectories that have served to inform the creation of a national identity among Puerto Ricans and how race as a social identity fits into the process of national identity-building.
About the Author
Carlos Vargas-Ramos is a Research Associate at the Center for Puerto Rican Studies, Hunter College of the City University of New York.