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Centro Journal Volume XX - Number 1 (Spring 2008) Special Section: Functions and valorization of language in Puerto Rico Guest Editor:Alicia Pousada Functions and valorization of language in Puerto Rico: An introduction Alicia Pousada “Language is our only homeland”: An interview with Luz María Umpierre Carmen Haydée Rivera Delegitimizing oppressive culture: The voice of counter-discourse in...Read more
Centro Journal **Volume XIX, Number 1(Spring 2007) Puerto Rican Queer Sexualities Guest Editors: Luis Aponte-Parés, Jossianna Arroyo, Elizabeth Crespo-Kebler, Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes, Frances Negrón-Muntane Puerto Rican Queer Sexualities: Introduction Luis Aponte-Parés, Jossianna Arroyo, Elizabeth Crespo-Kebler, Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes, Frances Negrón-Muntaner Setting them straight:...Read more
Centro Journal Volume XVIII - Number 1 (Spring 2006) Military Legacies and Popular Struggle in Vieques. Katherine T. McCaffrey, Guest Editor Spring 2006 Vol.XVIII, No.1, 296 pages Introduction Katherine T. McCaffrey The Cold War and the second expropriations of the Navy in Vieques César Ayala Casás & José Bolivar Fresneda Las camisetas de Vieques: mitología y militancia de una lucha popular...Read more
Centro Journal Volume XVII - Number 1 (Spring 2005) Puerto Rican Music and Dance: Rican Structing Roots/Routes, Part II Spring 2005 Vol.XVII, No.1, 288 pages Technologies: Transculturations of race, gender and ethnicity in Arturo A. Schomburg's Masonic writings Jossianna Arroyo Two variants of Caribbean nationalism: Marcus Garvey and Pedro Albizu Campos Juan Manuel Carrión Puerto Rico: The...Read more
Centro Journal Volume 16, no. 1 2004 spring Special Issue: Puerto Rican Music and Dance: RicanStructing Roots/Routes, Part I Juan Flores and Wilson A. Valentín-Escobar Preface Juan Flores and Wilson A. Valentín-Escobar The Year 1898 in the Music of the Caribbean: Cuba and Puerto Rico in the Machinations of the U.S. Music Industry Leonardo Acosta When Bomba Becomes the National Music of the Puerto...Read more
Centro Journal Volume XV - Number 1 (Spring 2003) Spring 2003 Vol.XV,No.1, 244 pages Introduction Jose E. Cruz, Guest Editor Puerto Rican Politics in the United States: Examination of Major Perspectives and Theories Edgardo Meléndez The Political Participation of Puerto Ricans in New York City Carlos Vargas-Ramos Save Hostos: The Struggle for a College in the South Bronx, 1973-1978 Gerald Meyer...Read more
Centro Journal Volume XIV - Number 1 (Spring 2002) Spring 2002 Vol.XIV,No.1, 188 pages Masculinidad hegemónica, sexualidad y transgresión Rafael L. Ramírez y Víctor I. García Toro Pop Latinidad: Puerto Ricans in the Latin Explosion, 1999 Licia Fiol-Matta Sobre dominicanos y puertorriqueños: movimiento perpetuo? Rita De Maeseneer La Vida, Moynihan, and other Libels: Migration, Social Science and...Read more
Centro Journal Volume XIII - Number 1 (Spring 2001) Spring 2001 Vol.XIII, No.1, 144 pages Conquering Categories: The Problem of Pre-History in Nineteenth Century Puerto Rico and Cuba Christopher Schimidt-Nowara From Sugar Plantations to Military Bases: The U.S. Navy's Expropriations in Vieques, Puerto Rico, 1940-45 César J. Ayala Hybrid Latina Identities Fatima Mujcinovic Beyond Dominance: Cuban...Read more
Centro Journal Volume XI - Number 2 (Spring 2000) Spring 2000 Vol.XI,No.2,124 pages Indigenous Hawaiians Under Statehood: Lessons for Puerto Rico José Luis Morín Género y Nacionalismo: Los discursos de oposición a la esterilización femenina en la prensa puertorriqueña (1940-1975) Lourdes Lugo-Ortíz The Rise and Fall of Section 936: The Historical Context and Possible Consequences for Migration...Read more
Centro Journal Volume XI - Number 1 (Fall 1999) 1898-1998, Part 2 Fall 1999 Vol.XI,No.1,152 pages The Promise and Disillusion of Americanization: Surveying the Socio-Economic Terrain of Early Twentieth century Puerto Rico Lillian Guerra Their Islands and Our People: U.S. Writing about Puerto Rico, 1898-1920 Félix V. Matos Rodríguez Citizenship, Language, and Self-Government in New Mexico and...Read more