Afro-Latin American Feminisms at the Cutting Edge of Emerging Political-Epistemic Movements
Agustín Lao-Montes is an associate professor at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. His fields of specialty include world-historical sociology and globalization, political sociology (especially social movements and the sociology of state and nationalism), social identities and social inequalities, sociology of race and ethnicity, urban sociology/community-university partnerships, African Diaspora and Latino Studies, sociology of culture and cultural studies, and contemporary theory and postcolonial critique. His publications include Contrapunteos Diasoóricos: Cartografías Políticas de Nuestra Afroamérica, Editorial Casa del Caribe, 2017; Mambo Montage: The Latinization of New York City (volume co-edited with Arlene Davila), Columbia University Press, 2001; and Technofuturos: Critical Interventional on Latino Studies (volume co-edited with Nancy Mirabal), 2007.
Agustín Laó-Montes; Afro-Latin American Feminisms at the Cutting Edge of Emerging Political-Epistemic Movements. Meridians 1 September 2016; 14 (2): 1–24. doi: https://doi.org/10.2979/meridians.14.2.02
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