What is “a Spanish”? Ambiguity and “Mixed” Ethnicity in Trinidad.

Aisha Khan

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    Title of host publicationCaribbean Sociology
    EditorsChristine Barrow, Rhoda Reddock
    Place of PublicationKingston, Jamaica
    PublisherIan Randle
    StatePublished - 2000

    Cite this

    Khan, A. (2000). What is “a Spanish”? Ambiguity and “Mixed” Ethnicity in Trinidad. In C. Barrow, & R. Reddock (Eds.), Caribbean Sociology Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle.

    What is “a Spanish”? Ambiguity and “Mixed” Ethnicity in Trinidad. / Khan, Aisha.

    Caribbean Sociology. ed. / Christine Barrow; Rhoda Reddock. Kingston, Jamaica : Ian Randle, 2000.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

    Khan, A 2000, What is “a Spanish”? Ambiguity and “Mixed” Ethnicity in Trinidad. in C Barrow & R Reddock (eds), Caribbean Sociology. Ian Randle, Kingston, Jamaica.
    Khan A. What is “a Spanish”? Ambiguity and “Mixed” Ethnicity in Trinidad. In Barrow C, Reddock R, editors, Caribbean Sociology. Kingston, Jamaica: Ian Randle. 2000
    Khan, Aisha. / What is “a Spanish”? Ambiguity and “Mixed” Ethnicity in Trinidad. Caribbean Sociology. editor / Christine Barrow ; Rhoda Reddock. Kingston, Jamaica : Ian Randle, 2000.
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