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Still, she says her parents would be less critical if her boyfriend were Hispanic and without African ancestry. However, she added, skin color can be a factor. All the girls interviewed said their parents encouraged them to date fair-skinned men or to date within the Dominican community. But despite their leniency, she said her family still has racist views. I feel like it would just be better off if I dated someone that was Hispanic. One African American female teen, who asked to go by Anne Lynn, said in an interview that despite being with her Dominican boyfriend for three years, his parents have not been receptive of their relationship.

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This article explores questions of racial identity and national belonging through the experience of Dominican women immigrant in contemporary Italy. By means of empirical examination that includes oral interviews of women living in Italy as well as in the Dominican Republic, the author considers the racialization of Dominican identity in relation to Italian national identity.

This essay facilitates an original transatlantic and multi-disciplinary dialogue that engages discourse analysis of oral interviews as well as various theories on gender, race, ethnicity and migration.

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Some of the main questions explored in this article are: 1 Why do Dominican women embrace blackness in Italy? The journal publishes twice a year original works on the Social Sciences and the Humanities in English, Spanish and French languages.

It is written and edited by and for Caribbeanists and other persons keenly interested in keeping up with the ongoing research and writing in the field of Caribbean Studies. The journal is divided in four parts: articles, research notes, book reviews, and news and events.

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Also, sometimes the journal includes photographic essays and obituaries of important scholars working on the Caribbean. The Institute of Caribbean Studies, established in as part of the Faculty of Social Sciences, is the first interdisciplinary research center in the region with the "Greater Caribbean" as its field of inquiry. Its mission is to conduct, support and divulge academic research of the region in the disciplines of Social Sciences and the Humanities.

The senior staff of the Institute is composed of the Director and three full-time investigators. Its premier publication, Caribbean Studies, was started in and includes original works and books reviews in English, Spanish and French.

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Read and download Log in through your school or library. Alternate access options. Get Started Already have an ? Abstract This article explores questions of racial identity and national belonging through the experience of Dominican women immigrant in contemporary Italy.

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Publisher Information The Institute of Caribbean Studies, established in as part of the Faculty of Social Sciences, is the first interdisciplinary research center in the region with the "Greater Caribbean" as its field of inquiry.

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