Centro Journal 29, no. 3 ( FAll 2017)

Centro Journal 29, no. 3 (Fall 2017)


Special Section: Grounding Puerto Ricans in Place
Guest Edited by William Vélez

Table of Contents

Grounding Puerto Ricans in Place:
Introduction by William Vélez

Gendered Fault Lines: A Demographic Profile of Puerto Rican Women in the United States
by Maura Toro-Morn and Ivis García

Contextualizing the Relationship between Culture and Puerto Rican Health: Towards a Place-Based Framework of Minority Health Disparities
by Giovani Burgos, Fernando I. Rivera, and Marc A. Garcia

Reflections on Cultural Capital and Orlando’s Puerto Rican and Latino “Elite”
by Simone Pierre Delerme

“Let Me Go Check Out Florida”: Rethinking Puerto Rican Diaspora
by Patricia Silver and William Vélez

A New Framework for Understanding Puerto Ricans’ Migration Patterns and Incorporation
by William Vélez

Racismo en Puerto Rico: Surveying Perceptions of Racism
by Hilda Lloréns, Carlos G. García-Quijano and Isar P. Godreau

La conciencia del endorracismo y el cuerpo social en Negro: este color que me queda bonito de Benito Massó
by Ana Zapata-Calle


Rescuing Forgotten Voices: An Interview with Olga Jiménez de Wagenheim
by Katherine T. Mccaffrey