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Review: MULTI-FACETED APPROACHES TO IDENTITY IN NINETEENTH- AND TWENTIETH-CENTURY BRAZIL
Reviewed Works: Politics in Brazil, 1930–1964: experiment in democracy by Thomas Skidmore; Cultures of the Lusophone Black Atlantic by Nancy Priscilla Naro, Roger Sansi-Roca, David H. Treece; Africa, Brazil and the construction of trans-Atlantic Black identities by Livio Sansone, Elisée Soumonni, Boubacar Barry; White negritude: race, writing and Brazilian cultural identity by Alexandra Isfahani-Hammond; Political struggle, ideology, and state building: Pernambuco and the construction of Brazil, 1817–1850 by Jeffrey Mosher; Isabel Orleans and Bragança: the Brazilian princess who freed the slaves by James M. Longo; The financial crisis of abolition by John Schulz; Resisting Brazil's military regime: an account of the battles of Sobral Pinto by John W. F. Dulles; Insurgent citizenship: disjunctions of democracy and modernity in Brazil by James Holston
Review by: ISABEL DIVANNA
The Historical Journal
Vol. 53, No. 1 (MARCH 2010), pp. 225-235
Published by: Cambridge University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/25643892
Page Count: 11
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