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Author Almeida, Miguel Vale de.

Title An earth-colored sea : "race", culture, and the politics of identity in the postcolonial Portuguese-speaking world / Miguel Vale de Almeida.

Published New York : Berghahn Books, 2004.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  305.869 ALME    AVAILABLE
Uniform title Mar da cor da terra. English
Physical description xiii, 138 pages ; 23 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Potogee: Being Portuguese in Trinidad 1 -- 2. Powers, Products, and Passions: The Black Movement in a Town of Bahia, Brazil 21 -- 3. Tristes Luso-Tropiques: The Roots and Ramifications of Luso-Tropicalist Discourses 45 -- 4. "Longing for Oneself": Hybridism and Miscegenation in Colonial and Postcolonial Portugal 65 -- 5. Epilogue of Empire: East Timor and the Portuguese Postcolonial Catharsis 83 -- 6. Pitfalls and Perspectives in Anthropology, Postcolonialism, and the Portuguese-Speaking World 101 -- Epilogue: A Sailor's Tale 115.
Subject Portuguese -- Foreign countries -- History.
Ethnicity -- Portuguese-speaking countries.
Blacks -- Race identity -- Brazil.
Portuguese -- Trinidad and Tobago -- Ethnic identity.
Cultural pluralism.
Race awareness.
Group identity -- Timor-Leste.
Group identity -- Portugal.
Portuguese-speaking countries -- Race relations.
ISBN 1571816070 (alk. paper)