Nested Diasporas, Multiple Mobilities, and the Politics of Black Belonging
In her introduction, Queeley engages scholarship on diaspora in order to frame this ethnographic inquiry into the revitalization of connections to the Anglo-Caribbean by Cubans of Anglo-Caribbean descent. Providing a basic demographic overview of the migration as well as a summary of key facets of the Special Period, it considers this revitalization as a strategy and practice of diaspora in the context of worsening economic and social conditions. The introduction then goes on to describe ethnographic context and methods.
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