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POLITICAL SOLIDARITY, CULTURAL SURVIVAL, AND THE INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN OF AUTONOMY IN NICARAGUA: FROM HETEROGENOUS, MULTIETHNIC SPACES TO NATIONAL HOMELANDS

By Juliet Hooker

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Her research interests include theories of multiculturalism, critical race theory, black political thought, Latin American political thought, and multiculturalism and indigenous and Afro-descendant politics in Latin America. The author of Race and the Politics of Solidarity (Oxford University Press, 2009), she has also published widely on multicultural citizenship in Latin America, race and nationalism in Nicaragua, and Afrodescendant politics in Latin America. Her articles have appeared in journals such as th

Year: 2009
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