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From the Publisher"A valuable addition to the literature on Caribbean migration."
-Journal of Latin American Geography
"This book will be valuable to anyone setting out to explore migration and its many meanings in a global era."
-Latin American Review of Books
"A richly textured fabric of culture, politics, history, economics, and migration trends . . . Answers existing questions as well as raises new ones. Read it."
"No other book on the Hispanic Caribbean exhibits the comparative perspectives, clarity of language, organizational structure, multiple methodologies, author's self-positioning, and tremendous impartiality that mark this one. A multimethodological
and interdisciplinary tour de force, Duany's study is likely to become a mandatory text and excellent teaching tool in Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Studies courses in the United States and abroad."
-Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology
"Well-organized, easy to read and peppered with real-life examples."
"Duany should be commended for crafting a volume which is both accessible to students and yet will still engage seasoned scholars."
-Essays in History
"This book is recommended to students, researchers, and those that influence public policy on immigration."
-Colonial Latin American Historical Review
"A thought-provoking text as demonstrated by a wealth of research, erudite analysis, and a patient writing style."
-North Dakota Quarterly
"Blurred Borders is the best recent example of clear writing, research, and scholarship on migration from the Spanish-speaking Caribbean. . . . Every serious scholar, student, and person interested in the relationship between the Caribbean and the USA should run to get their copy of this thoughtful and superbly written instant classic."
-Journal of Migration Studies