Trinidad's d'sugared landscape

@article{Prorok2010TrinidadsDL,
  title={Trinidad's d'sugared landscape},
  author={Carolyn V. Prorok},
  journal={Journal of Cultural Geography},
  year={2010},
  volume={27},
  pages={287 - 305}
}
D'sugar (1) Where has all the sugar gone? A short visit to Trinidad in December 2009 revealed an unexpected landscape devoid of the export crop that was largely responsible for the emergence of Trinidad as an important British colony in the region. (2) At its independence in 1962, sugar cane (3) dominated the agricultural economy and could be seen in all directions when landing at Piarco airport (Figures 1 and 2). Today, Trinidad does not have an operating sugar factory and imports sugar cane… Expand
1 Citations
Resource Use in Small Island States

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 84 REFERENCES
Journey to the Center of the Earth:The Caribbean as Master Symbol
A question of labour : indentured immigration into Trinidad and British Guiana, 1875-1917
Music of Hindu Trinidad: Songs from the India Diaspora
The Caribbean Postcolonial: Social Equality, Post/Nationalism, and Cultural Hybridity
An Estimation of the Efficient Size of Sugarcane Enterprises for Farmers in Trinidad
Performing the History: Contesting Historical Narratives in Trinidad and Tobago
Ethnicity, class, and nationalism : Caribbean and extra-Caribbean dimensions
...
1
2
3
4
5
...