Between 1898 and 1901, the United States began to develop a new expansionist territorial law and policy to rule Puerto Rico and the other territories anne xed during the Spanish-American War. Sometimes described as the doctrine of territorial incorporation or the doctrine of separate and unequal, the ensuing insular or territorial law and policy departed from prior expansionist precedents. It enabled the federal government to rule Puerto Rico as an unincorporated territory, ...MORE...
GUEST EDITORS/EDITORES INVITADOS
José Javier Colón Morera (Universidad de Puerto Rico) and Charles R. Venator-Santiago (University of Connecticut)
We are soliciting manuscripts from both academics and practitioners in English or Spanish for this special issue and welcome academic articles, essays, interviews, oral histories and testimonies related to the theme.
View Back to the future?: The Implications of Balzac One Hundred Years Later / ¿De vuelta al futuro?: las implicaciones de Balzac cien años después
The Center for Puerto Rican Studies (Centro) seeks original research manuscripts for their consideration for publication in CENTRO Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies, a peer-reviewed publication.