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This book philosophically rethinks the history of colonization by focusing of the formation of the European aesthetic ideas of indigeneity and blackness in the 15th and 16th centuries in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean at large, and how these ideas were deployed globally..
Author: Carlos Rivera Santana, Research Associate, Centro
Commentator: Linda Alcoff, Philosophy Department, Hunter College
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