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Exile and the politics of exclusion in the Americas / edited by Luis Roniger, James N. Green and Pablo Yankelevich
Portland, Or. : Sussex Academic Press, 2012
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 3rd Floor  JV6350 .E95 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Political refugees -- America -- History
Exiles -- America -- History
Social isolation -- America -- History
Marginality, Social -- America -- History
Physical Description ix, 378 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Pt. I. The politics of exclusion in the Americas: Historical and comparative perspectives: 1. Political exile in Latin America / Mario Sznajder and Luis Roniger -- 2. African Americans in search of the Brazilian "Eldorado" / Teresa Meade and Gregory Alonso Pirio -- 3. Representations of exile and those exiled in Argentine history / Silvina Jensen -- 4. The Spanish exiles in Mexico and beyond: a comparative perspective / Nicolás Sánchez-Albornoz -- 5. Playing God: choosing central European Jewish refugees for the Dominican Republic during World War II / Allen Wells -- 6. Exile in the Andean countries: a historical perspective / Ricardo Melgar Bao -- Pt. II. The Cold War and waves of exile: 7. Fleeing from MacCarthyism: US expatriates in Mexico / Diana Anhalt -- 8. Cuban exiles, the Cold War and the politics of immigration / Félix Masud-Piloto -- 9. Chilean political exile / Thomas C. Wright and Rody Oñate --
Contents note continued: 10.Brazilian Exiles in the United States, the Campaign against Torture, and the Forging of a Human Rights Discourse for Latin America / James N. Green -- 11.Exile as Rupture, Transformation and Learning Process: Argentineans in France and the Humanitarian Plight / Marina Franco -- 12.Exiles and the Argentine Diaspora. Issues and Problems / Pablo Yankelevich -- pt. III Exile and the Reconstruction of Politics and Identities -- 13.Àcross Seas and Borders': Charting the Webs of Radical Internationalism in the Circum-Caribbean / Barry Carr -- 14.The Brazilian Exile Experience: Remaking Identities / Denise Rollemberg -- 15.Uruguayan Exiles and Human Rights: From Transnational Activism to Transitional Politics, 1981-1984 / Vania Markarian -- 16."Only the Fog is Real": Migration and Exile in Latin-American Literature / Florinda F. Goldberg -- 17.Exile and Argentine Literature: Testimonies of Memory / Sandra Lorenzano -- 18.Political Exile and Democracy / Luis Roniger
Series Sussex library of study. New historical and comparative perspectives on Latin America
Alternate Author Roniger, Luis, 1949-
Green, James Naylor, 1951-
Yankelevich, Pablo

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