CENTRO Journal 34, no.3 (Fall 2022)

CENTRO Journal: Fall 2022 | Volume 34 | Number 3


Documentary Heritage at Risk: Puerto Rican Public Records in the Social Media Age and the Frailty of Digital Memory – Coral Salomón 

Interrupted: Puerto Rican College Students and Post-hurricane María Communications – Laura E. Cañuelas Torres and Naiya Brooks

The State of Pay Television in Puerto Rico: Regulation, Globalization, and Concentration, 1996-2015 – Luis Rosario-Albert

“El Status” and Puerto Ricans in the Mainland: Acculturation and Group Identity – Ivelisse Cuevas-Molina and Luis Raúl Cámara Fuertes

Residente vs. Tempo: Tiraera as a Mirror of the Puerto Rican Socio-Political Context, the Spontaneous Consent, and the Key to Deconstruct the Colonial-Elitist Narrative – Carla Santamaría-López


Colonial Debts: The Case of Puerto Rico, by Rocío ZambranaReviewed by Rosa M. O’Connor Acevedo

Translocas: The Politics of Puerto Rican Drag and Trans Performance, by Lawrence La Fountain-Stokes – Reviewed by Javier Laureano

Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico: Disaster, Vulnerability & Resiliency, edited by Marie T. Mora, Havidán Rodríguez, and Alberto Dávila – Reviewed by Elizabeth Aranda