DOI: https://doi.org/10.7203/KAM.9.9550

Las migraciones coloniales del Caribe a Estados Unidos y Europa Occidental: colonialidades diferenciadas en cuatro centros del sistema-mundo / Colonial Caribbean Migrations to Western Europe and the USA: Differentiated Colonialities in Four Metropoles of the World-System


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Resumen: Este artículo compara cuatro migraciones caribeñas hacia las cuatro metrópolis que dominan el Caribe hoy. Se trata de las migraciones desde territorios no-independientes del Caribe: desde Martinica/Guadalupe hacia Francia, Puerto Rico hacia los Estados Unidos, Surinam/Caribe Holandés hacia Holanda y Caribe Británico hacia el Reino Unido. El artículo no solamente compara los procesos de emigración sino también los procesos de incorporación al llegar a las cuatro metrópolis. La comparación nos da una idea fundamental acerca de las diferencias entre estas metrópolis en términos de ciudadanía, mito fundacional de nación, racismo, y política pública hacia las minorías racializadas.

Palabras clave: Caribe, migración colonial, colonialidad, Sistema-mundo.

Abstract: This article compares four Caribbean migrations towards the four Metropoles that dominate the Caribbean today. In particular, it deals with migrations from non-independent territories in the Caribbean: from Martinique/Guadaloupe to France, Puerto Rico to the USA, Surinam/Dutch Caribbean to The Netherlands, and British Caribbean to the United Kingdom. The article not only compares the emigration processes but also the incoporation processes once they arrive to the four metropoles. The comparison gives us a fundamental idea about the differences between the four metropoles in terms of citizenship, foundational myth about the nation, racism and public policy towards racialized minorities.

Key words: Caribbean, Colonial Migration, Coloniality, World-System.


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