OM ØEN DER GENTAGER SIG SELV PÅ FASTLANDET

Hvordan cubanske og cubansk-amerikanske tidsbilleder tegner grænser

Forfattere

  • Sjamme Van de Voort Ph.d.-studerende, Centre for Research on Cuba, University of Nottingham

Nøgleord:

Cuba, Tid, Gentagelse, Grænse, Ø

Resumé

Grænserne mellem cubanere i Cuba og det cubanske fællesskab i Miami består ikke blot af de 90 mil, der udgør Floridastrædet, men også af fortællinger om nationens historie på tværs af tid og rum. For at kunne forstå hvor og hvordan denne grænsedragning finder sted, sammenholder denne artikel historiske troper, der fremgår af en serie af oral history interviews med cubansk-amerikanere, foretaget i Miami (februar 2018), med kilder udgivet af den cubanske regering, dels undervisningsmateriale, dels artikler trykt i kommunistpartiets avis Granma under den såkaldte Mariel-krise i 1980, hvor den cubanske regering aktiverede særlige tidsforståelser til at optegne grænserne mellem cubanere og cubansk-amerikanere. Ved at sammenstille den cubanske regerings foreskrevne fremstilling af tid og sted med de forståelser, vi møder hos de interviewede cubansk-amerikanere, bliver det tydeligt, hvordan grænserne i det cubanske øhav tegnes op og udfordres, og hvordan konflikter udspiller sig i flere dimensioner samtidigt.

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Publiceret

2021-08-19

Citation/Eksport

Van de Voort, S. (2021). OM ØEN DER GENTAGER SIG SELV PÅ FASTLANDET: Hvordan cubanske og cubansk-amerikanske tidsbilleder tegner grænser. Temp - Tidsskrift for Historie, 11(22), 130–146. Hentet fra https://tidsskrift.dk/temp/article/view/128214