Emigration from Latin America and Asia has influenced every aspect of social, political, economic, and cultural life in the United States over the past quarter century. Focusing particularly on migration from Mexico, Cuba, El Salvador, and the Philippines, Queer Migrations bring together scholars of immigration, citizenship, sexuality, race, and ethnicity to present analyses of the norms, institutions, and discourses that affect queer immigrants of color, also providing ethnographic studies of how these newcomers have transformed established immigrant communities in Miami, San Francisco, and New York.
Contributors: Martin F. Manalansan IV, Susana Peña, Erica Rand, Timothy J. Randazzo, Horacio N. Roque Ramírez, Alisa Solomon, Siobhan B. Somerville, Alexandra Minna Stern.
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