6 edition of The Colonial Caribbean in Transition found in the catalog.
by University of West Indies Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Kevir A. Yelvington (Editor), Bridget Brereton (Editor), Kevin A. Yelvington (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||344|
(shelved 1 time as post-colonial-fiction) avg rating — 39, ratings — published Want to Read saving. The author uses a variety of disciplines, history, politics, psychoanalysis, to bring a new way of looking at the history of Caribbean literature, from the predominance of the European preoccupation with their Europe in the 19th century, to the focus of early Caribbean writers in reproducing a colonially influenced literature in the late 19th and early 20th century.
Ordinary Lives in the Early Caribbean is an excellent book for those interested in the interplay between religion and imperial rivalries. My only criticism is that Block reduces people’s religious experiences to rational instrumentality. She overlooks the Africans and their descendants’ complex spiritual world. The only beachfront property in downtown Nassau. This historical masterpiece is located in the heart of downtown Nassau, the Bahamas capital. Our urban resort, overlooking the picturesque Nassau cruise port, offers a private beach and an outdoor freshwater pool.
Decolonization (American English) or decolonisation (British English) is the undoing of colonialism, the latter being the process whereby a nation establishes and maintains its domination on overseas concept particularly applies to the dismantlement, during the second half of the 20th century, of the colonial empires established prior to World War I . Colonialism has been regarded as a significant and common experience that has been reflected on Caribbean people of today’s culture and values, based on the events and circumstances that occurred during the 16th,17th and 18th century. A great example of colonial influence that has been made part of the Caribbean culture is food.
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The Colonial Caribbean in Transition is a general study that seeks to explain broad social and cultural developments in the region in the long period between the s and the s.
It combines social history with the cultural studies approach, including literature as a part of : Hardcover. University Press of Florida Book: The Colonial Caribbean in Transition. Contributors: Edited by Bridget Brereton and Kevin A. Yelvington. ISBN Numbers: Subject(s): Latin American - Anthropology.
Get this from a library. The colonial Caribbean in transition: essays on Postemancipation social and cultural history. [Bridget Brereton; Kevin A Yelvington;] -- For review see: Aviston Downes, in Slavery & Abolition: a journal of slave and post-slave studies, vol.
21, no. 3 (December ); p. - Rosemarijn Hoefte, in The Hispanic American. This examination of the social evolution of the colonial Caribbean, from the beginning of the formal end of slavery to the middle of the 20th century, focuses on social and ethnic groups, classes, gender interrelations, and the development of Price: $ The Colonial Caribbean is an archaeological analysis of the Jamaican plantation system at the turn of the nineteenth century.
Focused specifically on coffee plantation landscapes and framed by Marxist theory, the analysis considers plantation landscapes using a multiscalar approach to landscape by: 5.
The colonial Caribbean in transition: essays on postemancipation social and cultural history / edited by Bridget Brereton and Kevin A. Yelvington. Format Book Published Barbados: Press University of the West Indies ; Gainesville: University Press of Florida, c Description xxiii, p.: ill., map ; 24 cm.
Caribbean Blue Books, Expenditure incurred: Colonial Rangers for the apprehension of runaway negroes, and any other devices to which the Commander in Chief may deem it neccessary to apply them, paid by the colony, and rationed by Government. The Colonial Caribbean in Transition: Essays on Postemancipation Social and Cultural History Hoefte, Rosemarijn publication of his ï¬ eldwork carried out in â 39 and presented in his doctoral dissertation in It has not been updated or revised much; the bibliography has only three citations later than The promise of emancipation / Bridget Brereton and Kevin A.
Yelvington --The colonial state, religion, and the control of labour: Jamaica, / Mary Turner --Black testators: fragments of the lives of free African and free Creole Blacks in Trinidad, / Carl Campbell --The wage problem in Trinidad and Tobago, / James.
7 Arnaud, Marks and René, Rämer (eds), Family and Kinship in Middle America and the Caribbean (co-publication of University of the Netherlands Antilles and the Department of Caribbean Studies of the Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology at Leiden, Netherlands, ).
$Cited by: 2. known in the Caribbean. However, the reader can refer to a useful Political Chronology listed at the end of the book which covers Caribbean events from to and this is supplemented by a bibliographical guide to the literature in English, French and Spanish.
Knight's conclusion is explicit in his title. Despite commonality. The Colonial Caribbean - by James A. Delle May Beckford, William () A Descriptive Account of the Island of Jamaica: With Remarks Upon the Cultivation of the Sugar-Cane, Throughout the Different Seasons of the Year, and Chiefly Considered in a Picturesque Point of View; Also, Observations and Reflections Upon What Would Probably Be the Consequences.
EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS IN THE BRITISH WEST INDIES: A HISTORICAL OVERVIEW Abstract Formal education within the English-speaking Caribbean Community (CARICOM) may be traced back to the establishment of Codrington grammar school in Barbados in After more than two centuries of British colonial rule.
“The Caribbean before Columbus” provides the most comprehensive look at the islands’ pre-Colonial history. Cover design by Terri Sirma and image by Juan De Cosa A new book co-authored by a Florida Museum researcher examines the rich and distinct histories of the Caribbean islands before the arrival of Europeans and presents findings from.
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Colonialism in the Caribbean Although Michelle Cliff, Antonio Benitez- Rojo, and Sidney Mintz all discuss the Caribbean in their writings they all have very distinct perspectives. In his writing, The Caribbean as a Socio-cultural Area, Sidney Mintz discusses the Caribbean from a historical standpoint in which he characterizes it as a socially.
After the Caribbean was first colonised by Spain in the 15th century, a system of sugar planting and enslavement evolved. David Lambert explores how this system changed the region, and how enslaved people continued to resist colonial rule.
An account of the period of so-called 'apprenticeship', the transition between slavery to freedom. Having said all that, the loss of the 13 colonies to the British Empire would have severe consequences for the British Caribbean Empire.
The Navigation Acts now prohibited selling their produce directly to the newly independent United States and in an embargo on all US ships visiting British colonial Caribbean ports was implemented.
The colonial history of the Caribbean created a context in which many religions, from indigenous to African-based to Christian, intermingled with one another, creating a rich diversity of religious life. Caribbean Religious History offers the first comprehensive religious history of the B.
Edmonds and Michelle A. Gonzalez begin their exploration with the religious. From Columbus to Castro: The History of the Caribbean by Eric Williams, former Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, is one of the best books I have ever read in my life.
Eric Williams led his country as Prime Minister from until his /5. Colonialism is the policy of a country seeking to extend or retain its authority over other people or territories, [need quotation to verify] generally with the aim of economic dominance. In the process of colonisation, colonisers may impose their religion, economics, and other cultural practices on indigenous foreign administrators rule the territory in pursuit of their interests.Colonialism and the Caribbean: Wealth, Power and the British Imperial State 55 Glossary Cape Coast Castle: This was a trading and holding fort where slaves were gathered and kept before being sent across the Atlantic.Caribbean History: From Pre-Colonial Origins to the Present by Tony Martin and a great selection of related books, Book is in Used-Good condition.
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