We Are Left Without A Father Here
Masculinity, Domesticity, And Migration In Postwar Puerto Rico
Sobre o livro
A transnational history of working people's struggles and a gendered analysis of populism and colonialism in mid-twentieth-century Puerto Rico. At its core are the thousands of agricultural workers who, at the behest of the Puerto Rican government, migrated to Michigan in 1950 to work in the state's sugar beet fields.