Dominican Blackness, Ghosting, and Bad Patriots

Title

Dominican Blackness, Ghosting, and Bad Patriots

Authors

Dixa Ramírez

Files

Description

This talk explores how Dominican fiction, film, architecture, fiction, and poetry negotiates the miscomprehension, miscategorization, and misperception–or ghosting–of the Dominican Republic from broader Western discourses.

This program is sponsored by the Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues and co-sponsored by the departments of Spanish & Portuguese; Latin American, Latino & Caribbean studies; American studies; the Women’s & Gender Resource Center and the Popel Shaw Center for Race & Ethnicity.

Publication Date

2-19-2019

Keywords

Dominican Republic, ghosting

Disciplines

Arts and Humanities | Caribbean Languages and Societies | Latin American Languages and Societies

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