Ethnicization of blackness in Colombia

@article{Restrepo2004EthnicizationOB,
  title={Ethnicization of blackness in Colombia},
  author={Eduardo Restrepo},
  journal={Cultural Studies},
  year={2004},
  volume={18},
  pages={698 - 753}
}
This paper is an ethnography of the articulation of ethnicity in the politics of blackness in Colombia. Based. on the author's fieldwork in the southern Pacific region over the last 10 years, the paper briefly describe the ethnicization of blackness in Colombia and shows how this process implies a particular articulation of memories and identities in the politics of representation of alterity. The ethnicization of blackness involves a specific ‘imagined. (black) community’ both within and… 
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