Dr. Kaysha Corinealdi

Scholar of migration, empire, feminism, and activism in the Americas

Panama in Black

Panama in Black is the first historical study to examine the activism of Caribbean migrants and their descendants as they forged diasporic communities that linked Panama to the Caribbean and the United States. It is based on over a decade of research and draws from the rich histories that shaped my life experiences in Colón, Panama and Brooklyn, New York.

Please visit the Duke University Press website to order the book (use discount code E22CRNLD for a limited time 30% discount on the paperback edition) and for free access to the introduction. Pre-orders of the hardback, paperback, and e-book editions are also available through Bookshop, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and other book sellers.