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Bibliography: Seeing race from an intersectional perspective

Additional Readings:

  • Anderson, Mark (2009) This is Black Power we wear: Black America and the Fashioning of young Garifuna men, in Mark Anderson, Black and indigenous: Garifuna activism and consumer culture in Honduras. University of Minnesota Press, 172-200.
  • Babb, Florence E. (2012) Theorizing gender, race and cultural tourism in Latin America: a view from Peru and Mexico, Latin American Perspectives, 39 (6), 36-50.
  • Canessa, Andrew (2008) Sex and the citizen: Barbies and Beauty Queens in the age of Evo Morales, Travesia: Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies, 17 (1), 41-64.
  • Cannon, Barry (2008) Class/race polarisation in Venezuela and the electoral success of Hugo Chávez: a break with the past or the song remains the same?, Third World Quarterly, 29 (4) 731-748.
  • di Pietro, Pedro José Javier (2016) Decolonizing travesti space in Buenos Aires: race, sexuality, and sideways relationality, Gender, Place and Culture, 23 (5), 667-693.
  • Falu, Nessette (2020) Ain’t I too a mulher? Implications of Black Lesbian’s Well-being, self-care and Gynecology in Brazil, Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology, 25 (1), 48-66.
  • Ødegaard, Cecilie Vindal (2018) Market liberalisation and the (un-)making of the ‘Perfect neoliberal citizen’: Enactments of gendered and racialised inequalities among Peruvian vendors, in Margit Ystanes and Iselin Åsendotter Strønen (eds.), The Social Life of Economic Inequalities in Contemporary Latin America: Decades of Change. Palgrave Macmillan, 183-204.
  • Maclean, Kate (2018) Envisioning gender, indigeneity and urban change: the case of La Paz, Bolivia, Gender, Place & Culture, 25 (5), 711-726.
  • Mora, Claudia and Undurraga, Eduardo A. (2013) Racialisation of immigrants at work: labour mobility and segmentation of Peruvian migrants in Chile, Bulletin of Latin American Research, 32 (3), 294-310.
  • Radcliffe, Sarah A. (1990) Ethnicity, patriarchy, and incorporation into the nation: female migrants as domestic servants in Peru, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 8, 379-383.
  • Stølen, Kristi Anne (1996) The power of gender discourses in a multi-ethnic community in rural Argentina, in Marit Melhuus and Kristi Anne Stølen, Machos, Mistresses, Madonnas: Contesting the Power of Latin American Gender Imagery. London: Verso, 159-183.
  • Wade, Peter (2013) Articulations of eroticism and race: domestic service in Latin America, Feminist Theory, 14 (2), 187-202.
  • Weismantel, Mary (2001) Cholas and Pishtacos: Stories of Race and Sex in the Andes. University of Chicago Press. Chapter 4: Deadly Intercourse.
  • Williams, Erica L.  (2014) Sex work and exclusion in the tourist districts of Salvador, Brazil, Gender, Place and Culture, 21 (4), 453-470.

Further reading:

  • Collins, Patricia Hill (2000) Black Feminist Thought: Knowledge, Consciousness and the Politics of Empowerment. New York and London: Routledge. See, especially, Part 1: The social construction of black feminist thought, 1-43.
  • Crenshaw, Kimberlé (1989) Demarginalising the intersection of race and sex: a black feminist critique of antidiscrimination doctrine, feminist theory and antiracist politics, The University of Chicago Legal Forum, 140, 139-67.
  • González, Lélia (2018) Primavera para as rosas negras: Lélia Gonzales em primeira pessoa. Diáspora Africana. Chapter 35: Por um Feminismo Afrolatinoamericano, 307-319. *If you are interested in this material but does not read in Portuguese, please let me know.
  • Lugones, María (2010), Toward a decolonial feminism, Hypatia, 25 (4), 742-759
  • Muñoz, Karina Ochoa (2014) El debate sobre las y los amerindios: entre el discurso de la bestialización, la feminización y la racialización, El Cotidiano, marzo-abril, 13-22.
  • Rivera, Silvia (2010) The notion of “rights” and the paradoxes of postcolonial modernity: Indigenous peoples and women in Bolivia, Qui Parle, 18 (2), 29-54.
  • Viveros-Vigoya, Mara (2009) La sexualización de la Raza y la racialización de la sexualidad en el contexto latinoamericano actual. Revista Latinoamericana de Estudios de la Família, 1, 63-81.
  • Wade, Peter (2009) Race and Sex in Latin America. Pluto Press. See, especially, Chapter 2: Explaining the articulation of race and sex, 15-60.