The Diversity of Black Subjectivities in South Florida: CANCELLED
|Venue:||Graham Center 243, MMC|
This event has been CANCELLED.
To see the full list of books to be reviewed, please scroll down.
This afternoon event will be followed by the 20th Anniversary of AADS Reception in the Graham Center's Panther Suite from 4:00-6:00 PM.
Nicole Grégoire is an AADS Fulbright Scholar for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Mamyrah Prosper is a Ph.D. candidate in Global and Sociocultural Studies.
Jean Muteba Rahier is Professor of Anthropology and Director of AADS.
Percy C. Hintzen is Professor of Sociology in Global and Sociocultural Studies.
The books in focus:
Aranda, E. M., Hughes, S. and Elena Sabogal 2014 Making a Life in Multiethnic Miami: Immigration and the Rise of a Global City. Boulder: Lynne Riener Publisher.
Connoly, N.D.B. 2014 A World More Concrete: Real Estate and the Making of Jim Crow in South Florida. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
Dunn, Marvin 2013 The Beast in Florida: A History of Anti-Black Violence. Gainesville: The University Press of Florida.
Maingot, Anthony 2013 Miami: A Cultural History. London: Cambridge University Press.
Nijman, Jan 2010 Miami: Mistress of the Americas. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Rey, Terry and Alex Stepick 2013 Crossing the Water and Keeping the Faith: Haitian Religion in Miami. New York: NYU Press 2013.
Stepick, Alex, Terry Rey, and Sarah J. Mahler (Eds.) 2009 Churches and Charity in the Immigrant City: Religion, Immigration and Civic Engagement in Miami. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.