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Rapsodia Antillana, selección bilingüe de poesía afroantillana de Panamá (ISBN 978-9962-635-45-1), Ediciones de la Vicerrectoría de Asuntos Estudiantiles de la Universidad de Panamá, Panamá, 2013.

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Este artículo se basa en la caracterización, la cuantificación y la distribución geográfica de las seis etnias en las que se ha dividido la población iberoamericana: latina o ibérica, indígena, negra, creole, garífuna y asiática. A partir de ello se distinguen cuatro tipos de países en Iberoamérica —indoeuropeo, afrocriollo, afromestizo y criollo— y se confronta el área cul tural iberoamericana con las otras dos áreas culturales del continente americano: Norteamérica anglofrancesa y Caribe anglofrancés.
Contemporary Panamanian writers of West Indian descent shed light on the formation of black Anglophone Caribbean identity in a nation constructed around non-blackness. As writers of Panamanian and Caribbean ancestry, Carlos Wilson, Gerardo Maloney and Carlos Russell navigate geographically and linguistically between the West Indies, Panama and Africa. Their literary texts challenge dominant discourses of homogeneity and whiteness in favor of a black one that promotes a Caribbean heritage through a consciously racialized discourse. Indeed, they strive to be both Panamanian and Caribbean in a nation that views both in conflict. As a result, their works on West Indian nationalism challenge, refute and spur critical literary debates on blackness in a country that has suppressed a black national and literary identity since Colonialism.
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