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CENTRO: Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies
Vol. XXV, no. 1, Spring 2013

SPECIAL SECTION: Puerto Rico, the United States and the Making of a Bounded Citizenship
GUEST EDITOR: PEDRO CABÁN

The Puerto Rican Colonial Matrix: The Etiology of Citizenship—An Introduction
PEDRO CABÁN

Confronting a Colonial Legacy: Asserting Puerto Rican Identity by Legally Renouncing U.S. Citizenship
JACQUELINE N. FONT-GUZMÁN

Extending Citizenship to Puerto Rico: Three Traditions of Inclusive Exclusion
CHARLES R. VENATOR-SANTIAGO

The Bordering of America: Colonialism and Citizenship in the Philippines and Puerto Rico
RICK BALDOZ AND CÉSAR AYALA

Citizenship and the Alien Exclusion in the Insular Cases: Puerto Ricans in the Periphery of American Empire
EDGARDO MELÉNDEZ

From Freedom Fighters to Patriots: The Successful Campaign to Release the FALN Political Prisoners, 1980–1999
MARGARET POWER

Neoliberalism and Orientalism in Puerto Rico: Walter Mercado’s Queer Spiritual Capital
TACE HEDRICK

Melancholic Readings, Precarious Authority: The Work of Mourning in Edgardo Rodríguez Juliá’s Funereal Chronicles
JASON CORTÉS

Book Reviews

 


 

CENTRO: Journal of the Center of Puerto Rican Studies
Vol. XXV, no. 2  Fall 2013

ESSAYS

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

INTERVIEW / ENTREVISTA De claves, enfoques y heartbeats. Entrevista con Adál Maldonado
Carlos Garrido Castellano

BOOK REVIEWS

LETTERS / CARTAS

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