Race and ethnicity in Latin America

@inproceedings{Wade1997RaceAE,
  title={Race and ethnicity in Latin America},
  author={Peter Wade},
  year={1997}
}
  • P. Wade
  • Published 1 March 1999
  • Political Science
Preface To Second Edition Introduction 1. The Meaning Of 'Race' And 'Ethnicity' 2. Black And Indigenous Peoples In Latin America 3. Early Approaches To Blacks And Indigenous People, 1920s-1960s 4. Inequality And Situational Identity: The 1970s 5. Blacks And Indigenous People In The Postmodern Nation-State And Beyond 6. Black And Indigenous Social Movements 7. Studying Race And Ethnicity In A Postmodern And Reflexive World Notes Index 
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