Empowering Impulse: The Nationalist Tradition of Barbados

Empowering Impulse: The Nationalist Tradition of Barbados

By Glenford D. Howe, Don Marshall
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Book Description
Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Preface and Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Abbreviations
  • 1 The Slave-Drivers' War: Bussa and the 1816 Barbados Slave Rebellion
  • 2 Forging a Barbadian Identity: Lessons from the 1816 'Bussa' Slave Rebellion
  • 3 Samuel Jackman Prescod
  • 4 De(Re) Constructing Identities: World War I and the Growth of Barbadian/West Indian Nationalism
  • 5 The Struggle for Political Democracy: Charles Duncan O'Neal and the Democratic League
  • 6 The 1937 Disturbances and Barbadian Nationalism
  • 7 Grantley Herbert Adams, Asquithian Liberalism and Socialism: Which Way Forward for Barbados, from the 1920s to the 1940s?
  • 8 Sir Grantley Adams as Seen by Others: Oral Histories of the Private Man
  • 9 Pan-Africanism in Barbados
  • 10 Radicalism and Errol Barrow in the Political Tradition of Barbados
  • 11 Popular/Folk/Creative Arts and the Nation
  • 12 Fashioning an Identity: The Development of Bajan as a 'Nation' Language
  • 13 Gathering Forces: Barbados and the Viability of the National Option
  • 14 Roots: A Genealogy of the 'Barbadian Personality'
  • Afterword
  • Contributors
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