Race and Sex in Latin America

  title={Race and Sex in Latin America},
  author={Peter Wade},
  • P. Wade
  • Published 7 September 2009
  • Political Science
1. Introduction: defining race and sex 2. Explaining the articulation of race and sex 3. Race and sex in colonial Latin America 4. Making nations through race and sex 5. The political economy of race and sex in contemporary Latin America 6. Race, sex and the politics of identity and citizenship 7. Conclusion References Index 
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