Racial Indigestion: Black Immigrant Identities in Late 19th and Early 20th Century America
This paper investigates the evolution of racial categories in the discourse within the U.S. Census records in order to gain an understanding of the legal translation of cultural difference.
||Race and Ethnicity, Citizenship, Immigration
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 6, Issue 4, pp.69-74.
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Veronica M. Savory received her BA from Dartmouth College as a Senior Fellow in Film and Television Studies where she was also the recipient of the Maurice Rapf Award for Outstanding Achievement in Film and Television Studies. She is currently a Martin Luther King Fellow in her first year of study in the American Studies PhD Program at Boston University. Her research interests include race, ethnicity, and immigration studies and their intersections with film and television culture in 20th century America.
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