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Miscegenation: Etymological History
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- Miscegenation - New World Encyclopedia - "Miscegenation" comes from the Latin miscere, "to mix," and genus, "race" or "
kind." While the etymology of the term is not ...
- Over the Edge - UC Press E-Books Collection, 1982-2004 - ... Crossing Genres: California History in Helen Hunt Jackson's Ramona and ...
Gender, and the Privileges of Property: On the Significance of Miscegenation
Law ..... out the etymological connection between the words "property" and "
- 2013, 1: Hybridity - Glocalism - And yet, contrary to its etymological roots, hybridity is not so much the ... for more
complete answers to the questions posed by natural history and mankind. ... of
nations that have developed anti-miscegenation laws premised on a logic of “
- To "Heal the Word Wounded": Agency and the Materiality of ... - Like miscegenation, the mixing of cultural forms, traditions, and languages
violates ... Following juxtaposed etymological meditations on history and memory
, the ...
- Convivencia - Tablet Magazine - Like the history of the Gypsies, the song itself has become an archaeological
enigma. ... Etymological dictionaries also suggest that the word might derive from
the Greek ... questions of displacement, exile, memory, and cultural