By Manoucheka Celeste
With the exception of slave narratives, there are few tales of black overseas migration in U.S. information and pop culture. This e-book is drawn to stratified immigrant reviews, different black stories, and the intersection of black and immigrant identities. Citizenship because it is often understood at the present time within the public sphere is a felony factor, but students have performed a lot to maneuver past this renowned view and situate citizenship within the context of financial, social, and political positioning. The ebook exhibits that citizenship in all of its types is usually rhetorically, representationally, and legally negated by way of blackness and considers the ways in which blackness, and representations of blackness, impression one’s skill to go back and forth throughout nationwide and social borders and turn into a citizen. This booklet is a narrative of citizenship and the ways in which race, gender, and sophistication form nationwide belonging, with Haiti, Cuba, and the USA because the basic websites of examination.
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Race, Gender, and Citizenship in the African Diaspora: Travelling Blackness (Routledge Transformations in Race and Media) by Manoucheka Celeste