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Title The Dominican Republic reader : history, culture, politics / Eric Paul Roorda, Lauren Derby, and Raymundo González, editors.

Publication Info. Durham ; London : Duke University Press, 2014.


Location Call No. Status
 University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Standard Shelving Location  972.93 D671DR    Check Shelf
Description xv, 536 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
Series The latin america readers
Latin America readers.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents European encounters -- The people who greeted Columbus / Irving Rouse -- Religion of the Taíno people / Ramón Pané -- First descriptions of the land, first violence against its people / Christopher Columbus -- Death of the Spanish at Navidad / Diego Alvarez Chanca -- The first Christian converts and martyrs in the new world / Ramón Pané -- Founding Santo Domingo / Antonio de Herrera y Tordesillas -- The Indian monarchs / Luís Joseph Peguero -- Criminals as kings / Bartolomé de Las Casas -- A voice in the wilderness: brother Antonio Montesino / Bartolomé de Las Casas -- The Royal response / Ferdinand I -- Pirates, governors, and slaves -- Las Casas blamed for the African slave trade / Augustus Francis MacNutt -- The slave problem in Santo Domingo / Alvaro de Castro -- Lemba and the Maroons of Hispaniola / Alonso López de Cerrato -- Francis Drake's sacking of Santo Domingo / Walter Bigges -- Colonial delinquency / Carlos Esteban Deive -- The bulls / Flérida de Nolasco -- The buccaneers of Hispaniola / Alexander O. Exquemelin -- Business deals with the buccaneers / Jean-Baptiste Labat -- The idea of value on Hispaniola / Antonio Sánchez Valverde -- Revolutions -- The monteros and the guerreros / Manuel Vicente Hernández González -- The border Maroons of Le Maniel / Médéric Louis Élie Moreau de Saint-Méry -- The people-eater / Raymundo González -- The Boca Nigua revolt / David Patrick Geggus -- Hayti and San Domingo / James Franklin -- Toussaint's conquest / Jonathan Brown -- After the war, tertulias / William Walton Jr. -- Stupid Spain / Carlos Urrutia de Montoya -- The Dominican bolívar / José Nuñez de Cáceres -- Profane bell bottoms / César Nicolás Penson -- Dominicans unite! / La Trinitaria -- Caudillos and empires -- Pedro Santana / Miguel Ángel Monclús -- The caudillo of the South / Buenaventura Báez -- In the army camp at Bermejo / Pedro Francisco Bonó -- The war of the restoration / Carlos Vargas -- Spanish recolonization: a postmortem, US Commission of Inquiry to Santo Domingo -- Making the case for US annexation / Ulysses S. Grant -- Dominican support for annexation, US Commission of Inquiry to Santo Domingo -- Opposition to US annexation / Justin S. Morrill -- Dominican nationalism versus annexation / Gregorio Luperón -- A lesson in "quiet good-breeding" / Samuel Hazard -- Martí's travel notes / José Martí -- Ulises "Lilís" Heureaux / Américo Lugo -- Your friend, Ulises / Ulises Heureaux -- The idea of the nation: order and progress -- Street people and godparents / Luis Emilio Gómez Alfau -- From Paris to Santo Domingo / Francisco Moscoso Puello -- Public enemies: the revolutionary and the pig / Emiliano Tejera -- The "master of décimas" / Juan Antonio Alix -- Barriers to progress: revolutions, diseases, holidays, and cockfights / Pedro Francisco Bonó -- Food, race, and nation / Lauren Derby -- Tobacco to the rescue / Pedro Francisco Bonó -- Patrons, peasants, and tobacco / Michiel Baud -- Salomé, Salomé / Ureña de Henríquez -- The case for commerce, 1907, Dominican Department of Promotion and public works -- Dollars, gunboats, and bullets -- Uneasiness about the US Government / Emiliano Tejera.
AIn the midst of revolution, US receivership of Dominican customs -- Gavilleros, listín diario -- A resignation and a machine gun / Frederic Wise and Meigs O. Frost -- The "water torture" and other abuses, US senate, hearings before a select committee on Haiti and Santo Domingo -- The land of bullet holes / Harry Franck -- American sugar kingdom / César J. Ayala -- The universal negro improvement association in San Pedro de Macorís, officers and members of the association -- The crime of Wilson / Fabio Fiallo -- The era of Trujillo -- The Haitian massacre / Eyewitnesses -- Message to Dominican women / Darío Contreras -- The sugar strike of 1946 / Roberto Cassá -- Informal resistance on a Dominican sugar plantation / Catherine C. LeGrand -- Biography of a great leader / Abelardo Nanita -- A diplomat's diagnosis of the dictator / Richard A. Johnson -- A British view of the dictatorship / W. W. McVittie -- Exile invasions, anonymous / Armed Forces Magazine -- I am Minerva! / Mu-Kien Adriana Sang -- The long transition to democracy -- "Basta ya!": a peasant woman speaks out / Aurora Rosado -- Without begging god / Joaquín Balaguer -- The masters / Juan Bosch -- The rise and demise of democracy, CIA reports, 1961-1963 -- "Ni mató, ni robó" / Juan Bosch -- Fashion police / Elías Wessin y Wessin -- The revolution of the Magi / José Francisco Peña Gómez -- United States intervention in the revolution of 1965 / William Bennett -- The president of the United States chooses the next president of the Dominican Republic / Lyndon Johnson -- Operation power pack / Lawrence A. Yates -- The twelve years / CIA Special Report -- Why not, Dr. Balaguer? / Orlando Martínez -- Dominican, cut the cane! / State Sugar Council -- The blind caudillo / Anonymous -- The "eat alones" of the liberation party / Andres L. Mateo -- The election of 2000 / Central Election Commission -- The sour taste of US-Dominican sugar policy / Matt Peterson -- Leonel, Fidel, and Barack, Leonel Fernández, Fidel Castro, and Barack Obama -- Religious practices -- Mercedes / Flérida de Nolasco -- Altagracia / Anonymous -- The Catholic bishops say no to the dictator, the five bishops of the Dominican Republic -- Liberation theology / Octavio A. Beras -- To die in Villa Mella / Carlos Hernández Soto -- A tire blowout gives entry into the world of spiritism / Martha Ellen Davis -- Díos Olivorio Mateo: the living god, interview with Irio Leonel Ramírez López -- Jesus is calling you / Frances Jane "Fanny" Crosby -- Popular culture -- Carnival and holy week / Luis Emilio Gómez Alfau -- Tribulations of Dominican racial identity / Silvio Torres-Saillant -- Origins of merengue and musical instruments of the republic / J. M. Coopersmith -- Dominican music on the world stage: Eduardo Brito / Arístides Incháustegui -- The people call all of it merengue / Johnny Ventura -- A bachata party / Julio Arzeno -- The tiger / Rafael Damirón -- La montería: the hunt for wild pigs and goats / Martha Ellen Davis -- Everyday life in a poor barrio / Tahira Vargas -- The name is the same as the person / José Labourt -- Juan Luis Guerra: I hope it rains . . . / Eric Paul Roorda -- The Dominican diaspora -- The first immigrant to Manhattan, 1613: Jan Rodrigues / Crew Members of the Jonge Tobias and Fortuyn -- Player to be named later: Osvaldo/Ossie/Ozzie Virgil / First Dominican Major-Leaguer / Enrique Rojas -- The Dominican dandy: Juan Marichal / Rob Ruck -- The queen of merengue / Milly Quezada -- Dominican hip-hop in Spain / Arianna Puello -- Black women are confusing, but the hair lets you know / Ginetta Candelario -- Los Domincanyorks / Luis Guarnizo -- The Yola / Milagros Ricourt -- The Dominican who won the Kentucky Derby / Joel Rosario -- You know you're Dominican? / Anonymous.
Subject Dominican Republic -- Civilization.
Dominican Republic -- History.
Dominican Republic -- Social life and customs.
Added Author Roorda, Eric.
Derby, Lauren.
González, Raymundo.
ISBN 9780822356882 (cloth: alkaline paper)
0822356880 (cloth: alkaline paper)
9780822357001 (paperback : alkaline paper)
0822357003 (paperback : alkaline paper)
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