Centro Journal 7, no. 1 (Winter/Spring 1994-95)

Centro Journal 7, no. 1 (Winter/Spring 1994-95)


Future Directions in Puerto Rican Studies

What’s Yellow and White and Has Land All Around It? Appropriating Place in Puerto Rican Barrios
Luis Aponte-Parés

Linking a Fractured Past: The World of the Puerto Rican Old Left
Roberto Rodríguez-Morazzani

Resources of Hope: Imagining the Young Lords and the Politics of Memory 
Agustín Laó

En Casa en Connecticut: Towards a Historiography of Puerto Ricans Outside of NY
Ruth Glasser

Common Threads or Disparate Agendas? Recent Research on Migration from and to Puerto Rico
Jorge Duany

Caribbean Colonial Immigrants in the Metropoles: A Research Agenda
Ramón Grosfoguel

Rethinking the History of Puerto Rican Women’s Suffrage
Gladys Jiménez-Muñoz

On the Historical Links Between Coloniality, the Violent Production of the ‘Native’ Body, and the Manufacture of Pathology
Kelvin Santiago Valles

John Betancourt

Juan Fuentes Vizcarrondo