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020    1642590304 
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245 00 Aftershocks of disaster :|bPuerto Rico before and after 
       the storm /|c[edited by] Yarimar Bonilla and Marisol 
264  1 Chicago, IL :|bHaymarket Books,|c2019. 
264  4 |c©2019 
300    xiii, 366 pages :|billustrations ;|c22 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
505 00 |gPart I.|tOpenings --|tThe trauma doctrine /|ra 
       conversation between Yarimar Bonilla and Naomi Klein --
       |t¡Ay María! /|rMariana Carbonell, et al. --|gPart II.
       |tNarrating the trauma --|tWAPA radio: voices amid the 
       silence and desperation /|rSandra D. Rodríguez Cotto --
       |tMaría's death toll: on the crucial role of Puerto Rico's
       investigative journalists /|rCarla Minet --|t(note for a 
       friend who wants to commit suicide after the hurricane) /
       |rRaquel Salas Rivera --|t"I'm quite comfortable": 
       abandonment and resignation after María /|rBenjamín Torres
       Gotay --|tNarrating the unnameable /|rEduardo Lalo --|tIf 
       a tree falls in an island: the metaphysics of colonialism 
       /|rAna Portnoy Brimmer --|tthis was meant to be a 
       hurricane diary /|rBeatriz Llenín Figueroa --|tAnother 
       haphazard gesture /|rSofía Gallisá Muriente --|gPart III.
       |tRepresenting the disaster --|tOur fellow Americans: why 
       calling Puerto Ricans "Americans" will not save them /
       |rFrances Negrón-Muntaner --|tUS media depictions of 
       climate migrants: the recent case of the Puerto Rican 
       "exodus" /|rHilda Lloréns --|tAccountability and 
       representation: photographic coverage after the disaster /
       |rErika P. Rodríguez --|tLifting the veil: portraiture as 
       a tool for bilateral representation /|rChristopher Gregory
       --|tThe importance of politically engaged artistic and 
       curatorial practices in the aftermath of hurricane María /
       |rMarianne Ramírez-Aponte --|tSi no pudiera hacer arte, me
       iba: The aesthetics of disaster as catharsis in 
       contemporary Puerto Rican art /|rCarlos Rivera Santana --
       |tArt and a threshold called dignity /|rTIAGO (Richard 
       Santiago) --|tPicking up the pieces /|rAdrian Roman --
       |gPart IV.|tCapitalizing on the crisis --|tsinvergüenza 
       sin nación/sinvergüenza with no nation /|rRaquel Salas 
       Rivera --|tPuerto Rico's unjust debt /|rEd Morales --
       |tPuerto Rico's debt is odious /|rNatasha Lycia Ora Bannan
       --|tDismantling public education in Puerto Rico /|rRima 
       Brusi and Isar Godreau --|tPuerto Rico's fight for a 
       citizen debt audit: a strategy for public mobilization and
       a fair reconstruction /|rEva L. Prados-Rodríguez --
       |tRhizomatic /|rAna Portnoy Brimmer --|gPart V.
       |tTransforming Puerto Rico --|tLooking for a way forward 
       in the past: lessons from the Puerto Rican Nationalist 
       Party /|rMónica Jiménez --|tPsychoanalysis as a political 
       act after María /|rPatricia Noboa Ortega --
       |tAuthenticating loss and contesting recovery: FEMA and 
       the politics of colonial disaster management /|rSarah 
       Molinari --|tThe energy uprising: a community driven 
       search for sustainability and sovereignty in Puerto Rico /
       |rArturo Massol-Deyá --|tCommunity kitchens: an emerging 
       movement? /|rGiovanni Roberto --|tBuilding accountability 
       and secure futures: an interview with Mari Mari Narváez /
       |rMarisol LeBrón --|tAfterword: critique and decoloniality
       in the face of crisis, disaster, and catastrophe /|rNelson
520    "In the context of earthquakes "aftershocks" describe the 
       jolts felt after the initial quake. No disaster is a 
       singular event. [This book] examines the lasting effects 
       of Hurricane Maria, not just of the wind or the rain, but 
       what followed: state failure, social abandonment, 
       capitalization on human misery, and the collective trauma 
       produced by the botched response."--From back cover. 
611 27 Hurricane Maria (2017)|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst02002745 
650  0 Hurricane Maria, 2017. 
650  0 Hurricanes|xSocial aspects|zPuerto Rico. 
650  7 Hurricanes|xSocial aspects.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00964376 
650  7 Social conditions.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01919811 
651  0 Puerto Rico|xSocial conditions. 
651  7 Puerto Rico.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01205432 
700 1  Bonilla, Yarimar,|eeditor. 
700 1  LeBrón, Marisol,|eeditor. 
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