Trajectories of Freedom: Caribbean Societies, 1807-2007
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Trajectories of Freedom: Caribbean Societies, 1807-2007

By Alan Cobley, Victor C Simpson
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Book Description

Selected papers presented at a conference held May 2007, hosted by the Faculty of Humanities and Education of the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill.

Table of Contents
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION
  • PART 1. HISTORY AND POLITICS
    • 1. DIFFERENT TRAJECTORIES OF FREEDOM IN THE ANGLOPHONE CARIBBEAN
    • 2. TROPICAL LIBERTARIANS
    • 3. ERIC WILLIAMS AND THE LABOUR MOVEMENT IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
  • PART 2. LITERATURE AND PERFORMANCE
    • 4. DOMINICA AS SPIRITUAL LANDSCAPE
    • 5. INDEPENDENCE OR NATIONALISM?
    • 6. PERFORMATIVE BONDAGE
    • 7. FREEDOM OF THE SPIRIT AND AFRICAN CULTURAL RETENTIONS
    • 8. MYTH AND RITUAL IN HOSAY, RAMLEELAAND CARNIVAL AS EXPRESSIONS OF A VIBRANT CARIBBEAN CULTURE
  • PART 3. EDUCATION AND LANGUAGE
    • 9. MUSEUM EDUCATION AS A MEANS TO PROMOTE EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
    • 10. “CAN U ASSIST ME?”
    • 11. LANGUAGE, IDENTITY AND FREEDOM
  • PART 4. GENDER
    • 12. REPRESENTATIONS OF GENDER AND SEXUALITY IN (JAMAICAN) DANCEHALL POPULAR CULTURE
    • 13. THE TWENTY-FIRST-CENTURY CARIBBEAN WOMAN’S QUESTION
  • CONTRIBUTORS
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