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These published books encompass articles, essays and nonfiction approaches to fascinating topics. Black identity and representation in Tarantino films are poignantly unpacked in “Race on the QT” while ” Mapping the Latino Badlands” paints an unexplored picture of Afro-Latinx characters in comic books.

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In ‘Mapping the Blatino Badlands And Borderlands of American Pop Culture’ Adilifu Nama and Maya Haddad explain the difficulties of depicting Blatino superheroes that express their blackness to the same degree as their Latinidad. They warn against the usage of Blatino identity as an ‘existential quandary’ but argue that it should be the ‘face of the global future, a pan-racial and multicultural America’

Rocío Isabel Prado

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