Review: American Mestizos, the Philippines, and the Malleability of Race: 1898-1961 by Nicholas Trajano Molnar
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This important work highlights how the racial classification and understanding of Literary Criticism/Africa EQUATORIAL GUINEAN LITERATURE IN ITS NATIONAL AND TRANSNATIONAL CONTEXTS Marvin A. Lewis Marvin A. Lewis is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures at the University of Missouri– Columbia. He founded and directed the Afro-Romance Institute for Languages and Literatures of the African Diaspora, coedited the Afro-Hispanic Review, and edited PALARA (Publication of the Afro-Latin/ American Resdearch Association). Lewis is the author of half a dozen books devoted to Afro-Hispanic literature. He lives in Columbia, Missouri. H: 978-0-8262-2120-9 | $65.00 S 252 PP. | 6 X 9 Ethnography/Race AMERICAN MESTIZOS, THE PHILIPPINES, AND THE MALLEABILITY OF RACE 1898-1961 Nicholas Trajano Molnar H: 978-0-8262-2122-3 | $55.00 S | 208 PP. 1 CARTOON | 6 X 9 a relatively small subject population can speak volumes on colonial and wartime policy, progressive era reform efforts, and transnational immigration policy
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Review: American Mestizos, the Philippines, and the Malleability of Race: 1898-1961 by Nicholas Trajano Molnar.
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