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More Than Black : Afro-Cubans in Tampa

Greenbaum, Susan D.

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ISBN 10: 0813024668 / ISBN 13: 9780813024660
Published by University Press of Florida, 2002
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Title: More Than Black : Afro-Cubans in Tampa

Publisher: University Press of Florida

Publication Date: 2002

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

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"Among the many merits of this book is the fact that Greenbaum convincingly places the experience of this small community within the widest context. In so doing, she dexterously reveals the dialectical interplay among local, state, national, and international developments. It is local history written with the eyes of an eagle, which is how it should be written but seldom is. It is a remarkable achievement."--Winston James, Columbia University

This engaging ethnography follows Cuban exiles from Jose Marti's revolution to the Jim Crow South in Tampa, Florida, as they shape an Afro-Cuban-American identity over a span of five generations.

Unlike most studies of the Cuban exodus to the United States, which focus on the white, middle-class, conservative exiles from Castro's Cuba, More Than Black is peopled with Afro-Cubans of more modest means and more liberal ideology. Fifteen years of collaboration between the author and members of Tampa's century-old Marti-Maceo Society, a mutual-aid and Cuban independence group, yield a work that combines the intimacy of ethnography with the reach of oral and archival history. Its weave of rich historical and ethnographic materials re-creates and examines the developing community of black immigrants in Ybor City and West Tampa, the old cigar-making neighborhoods of the city. It is a story of unfolding consequences that begins when the black and white solidarity of emigrating Cubans comes up against Jim Crow racism and progresses through a painful renegotiation of allegiances and identities.

Building on Marti's declaration that being Cuban was "more than white, more than black," this study views, from the vantage of a community unique in time and place, the joint effects of ethnicity and gender in shaping racial identities. Photographs of individuals, families, and events, both historical and contemporary, complement the highly readable text.

Susan D. Greenbaum is professor of anthropology at the University of South Florida.

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Susan D. Greenbaum is professor of anthropology at the University of South Florida. She is the author of articles on ethnic identity and the politics of heritage in Practicing Anthropology and Social Science History and has contributed to many books on these and related issues.

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