Marriage, Class and Colour in Nineteenth Century Cuba: A Study of Racial Attitudes and Sexual Values in a Slave Societyby Verena Martinez-Alier
An analysis of marriage patterns in nineteenth-century Cuba, a society with a large black population.See more details below
An analysis of marriage patterns in nineteenth-century Cuba, a society with a large black population.
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Part I. Interracial Marriage: 1. Intermarriage and family honour; 2. Intermarriage and politics; 3. Intermarriage and Catholic doctrine; 4. The white man's view; 5. Colour as a symbol of social status; 6. Intraracial marriage; Part II. Honour and Class: 7. Elopement and seduction; 8. Conclusion: Some analytical comparisons.
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