Boricua Pop: Puerto Ricans and the Latinization of American Culture - Sexual Cultures (Paperback)Frances Negron-Muntaner (author)
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Publisher: New York University Press
Number of pages: 337
Weight: 499 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 24 mm
A brilliant intervention in the culture and politics of Latinos in the United States. Important, timely, and innovative, Boricua Pop is a stellar addition to a body of work that grows in importance over time. Negron-Muntaner's book is eagerly anticipated. -- Jose Quiroga,author of Tropics of Desire
Frances Negron-Muntaner is a challenging and provocative scholar whose multi-focal positionings turn the Puerto Rican process of colonization and migration into a fascinating transcultural hologram. Boricua Pop is a foundational text in American, Latino/a, Queer, Performance, and Cultural Studies. -- Alberto Sandoval-Sanchez,Mount Holyoke College
Important, timely, and innovative, Boricua Pop is a stellar addition to a body of work that grows in importance over time. Negron-Muntaner's book is eagerly anticipated. -- Jose Quiroga,author of Tropics of Desire
A perspicacious new book and one of the most intellectually exciting works of recent years, Boricua Pop: Puerto Ricans and the latinization of American Culture gives new meaning to the idea of the pleasure of the text * QBR *
Mixing the down and dirty with high culture to come up with good look at the transculture effects of it all. * San Juan Star *
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