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Contents Introduction: Caribbean Migration to Western Europe and the United States Ramon Grosfoguel, Ana Margarita Cervantes-Rodriguez and Eric Mielants 1. Theorizing About and Beyond Transnational Processes Nina Glick Schiller Part I. State Policies and Migrants' Strategies 2. Colonial Racism, Ethnicity, and Citizenship: The Lessons of the Migration Experiences of French-speaking Caribbean Populations Michel Giraud 3. From the Periphery to the Core: A Case Study on the Migration and Incorporation of Recent Immigrants in the Netherlands Eric Mielants 4. Puerto Ricans in the U.S. and French West Indies Immigrants in France Monique Milia-Marie-Luce Part II. Identities, Countercultures and Ethnic Resilience 5. Puerto Rican Migration and Settlement in South Florida: Ethnic Identities and Transnational Spaces Elizabeth Aranda 6. Racialized Culture and Translocal Counterpublics: Rumba and Social Disorder in New York and Havana Lisa Maya Knauer 7. The Making of Suriland: The Binational Development of a Black Community between the Tropics and the North Sea Livio Sansone Part III. Incorporation, Entrepreneurship and Household Strategies 8. Cubans and Dominicans: Is There a Latino Experience in the U.S? Logan, John and Wenquan Zhang 9. Dominican Women Heads of Households in Spain Laura Oso Casas 10. Identity and Kinship: Caribbean Transnational Narratives Mary Chamberlain About the Contributors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Caribbean Area -- Emigration and immigration.
West Indians -- Migrations.
West Indians -- Europe, Western -- Social conditions.
West Indians -- United States -- Social conditions.
Europe, Western -- Emigration and immigration.
United States -- Emigration and immigration.