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Chapter 1. Introduction; Eleonora Esposito, Carolina P rez-Arredondo, and Jos Manuel Ferreiro.- Part I Ethnic and Latin American identities construction in intercultural and multinational settings.- Chapter 2. Discursive Re-Foundation of an Intercultural Abya Yala: Morales' Discourse in the Midst of Crisis and the Tradition of Protest; Katharina Friederike Gallant.- Chapter 3. The Discursive Construction of a Latin American Identity/ies in the UN Mission in Haiti (2004-2013); Jose Manuel Ferreiro.- Part II.- Multimodal and Corpus-Assisted approaches to Hegemonic and Resistance discourses in Latin America.- Chapter 4. The hooded student as a metaphor: Multimodal recontextualization of the Chilean student movement in a broadcast news report; Carolina P rez-Arredondo and Camila C rdenas-Neira.- Chapter 5. The Zapatista Linguistic Revolution: A Corpus-Assisted Analysis; Isabelle Gribomont.- Part III Discourses of Slavery Reparation and Immigrant Integration from the Caribbean and Latin America.- Chapter 6. The social media campaign for Caribbean Reparations: A critical multimodal investigation; Eleonora Esposito.- Chapter 7. Towards socio-cultural recognition and integration of Latin American immigrants in Los Angeles through the analysis of social-discursive significations; Ricardo Medina Audelo.- Part IV Integrated Approaches to Race and Gender in the Caribbean.- Chapter 8. Remaking Jamaica: tourism, labour and the Awakening Jamaica exhibition; Karen Wilkes.- Chapter 9. Being Said/Seen to Care: Masculine Silences and Emerging Visibilities of Intimate Fatherhood in Dominica, Lesser Antilles; Adom Philogene Heron.