Borderline Citizens: The United States, Puerto Rico, and Politics of Colonial Law and Migration, 1899
Rodriguez, Steven P.
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This MUSE project had two primary focuses: The first was to assist in the editing of Dr. Robert McGreevey’s manuscript Borderline Citizens: The United States, Puerto Rico, and the Politics of Colonial Law and Migration, 1898-1934, which examines the historical relationship between US foreign policy and immigration, highlighting the blurred lines that emerged in the creation of categories of citizenship. The second part of the project focused on researching the immediate aftermath of the Spanish-American War, exploring US empire building in Cuba and the colonial legacy of the Spanish Empire.
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