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The Africanization of Mexico from the Sixteenth Century Onward: A Review of the Evidence

ISBN-13: 978-0773437814
ISBN-10: 0773437819
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"This revealing analysis takes us down the paths of Mexican life.... we have in our hands an enticing work, a healthy reading to heal the Mexican dis-memory. - Prof. Alvaro Ochoa-Serrano El Colegio de Michoacan-CET"

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Dr. Marco Polo Hernandez Cuevas holds a Ph.D. in Hispanic and Italian Studies from the University of British Columbia; a M.A. in Spanish Language and Peninsular and Latin American literatures; and a B.A. in General Studies & Spanish language and literatures from Portland State University. He has written five books in English and Spanish: African Mexicans and The Discourse on Modern Nation (Lanham: UP of America, 2004); Africa en el carnaval mexicano (Africa in Mexican Carnival) (Mexico D.F.: Plaza y Valdes, 2005); Africa en Mexico:una herencia repudiada (Africa in Mexico: A Repudiated Heritage) (Lewiston: E Mellen P, 2007); The Africanization of Mexico From the Sixteenth Century Onward: A Review of the Evidence (Lewiston: E Mellen P. 2010); and Eternidad (Eternity) a collection of his own poetry (Mexico D.F.: Plaza y Valdes. 2010). Dr. Hernandez has produced and directed a series of short films. In addition, he founded and directs: the Instituto Mexicano de la Africania Americana (Mexican Institute of Africana Studies) IMAA; the (; and the ( Dr. Hernandez has lectured in the Americas, Europe and Africa. He is an African-Mexican native of Mexico City's inner ghettos and Chilango (an Afro-Hispanic language) is his first language. Dr. Hernandez is a Chef de Cuisine and gastronome by trade.

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