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Questioning creole : creolisation discourses in Caribbean culture : in honour of Kamau Braithwaite
In his seminal work, The Development of Creole Society in Jamaica , Kamau Brathwaite attempted to expose the essential ""Jamaican"" nature of the identity that developed at the interstices between
Caribbean freedom : economy and society from emancipation to the present : a student reader
This reader of nearly 60 articles covers major events in the Caribbean struggle for freedom from emancipation to the present - from Toussaint's Haiti to the more recent revolutions in Cuba, Grenada
Women and the Abolition Campaign in the African Atlantic
TLDR
The lecture will include, in the discussion of the abolition campaign, black women's anti-slavery activities, and the ways in which the partial ending of the trade, starting in 1805, acted as a catalyst for women's continued activism up to 1834 are explored.
Engendering history : Caribbean women in historical perspective
Part 1 Theoretical perspectives: through an African-feminist theoretical lens, Rosalyn Terborg-Penn writing gender into history - Indian men and women in post-indenture Trinidad society, 1917-47,
Caribbean freedom : society and economy from emancipation to the present
This reader of nearly 60 articles covers major events in the Caribbean struggle for freedom from emancipation to the present - from Toussaint's Haiti to the more recent revolutions in Cuba, Grenada
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