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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ana Y Ramos-Zayas
|ISBN:||9780226703619 9780226703626 0226703614 0226703622|
|Description:||xvi, 448 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||The feel that sells Newark: from "aggressive" city to neoliberal-friendly emotional regime --
Delinquent citizenship: self-help organizations, military recruitment, and the politics of worth in Puerto Rican Newark --
Cartography of racial democracy: cultural excess, racial play, and universal sentimentality in Luso-Brazilian Newark --
Real-life telenovelas, self-care, and stereotypes of the tropics: sexing race and emotion in the city --
Of "black lesbians," hate crimes, and crime-talk: the sexuality of "aggression" in the city --
Learning affect, embodying race: cosmopolitan competency and urban emotional epistemologies.
|Responsibility:||Ana Y. Ramos-Zayas.|