The University of the West Indies Press
New Caribbean Thought: A Reader
Brian Meeks, Folke Lindahl
New Caribbean Thought: A Reader
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Introduction: On the Bump of a Revival
Part 1. Context
1. Reinterpreting the Caribbean
2. Negotiating Caribbean Identities
3. Caribbean Dependency Theory of the 1970s
4. Democratic Governance in the Anglophone Caribbean
5. Rethinking Democracy in the Postnationalist State
Part 2. Conjunctures
6. Reconsidering the Role of the Middle Class in Caribbean Politics
7. The Contestation of Race in Barbadian Society and the Camouflage of Conservatism
8. Conceptualizing 'Difference' in Caribbean Feminist Theory
9. Rethinking Power
10. The Emergence of a Caribbean Iconography in the Evolution of Identity
11. A Scuffling of Islands
Part 3. Critique
12. Caribbean Diversity and Ideological Conformism
13. Caribbean Marxism
14. Themes in Liberalism, Modernity, Marxism, Postmodernism and Beyond
15. New Light on Afro-Caribbean Social Mobility in New York City
16. The Government of Freedom
Part 4. Construction
17. Caribbean and Latin American Development Theory and Policy
18. Revisionist Ontologies
19. On Reconstructing a Political Economy of the Caribbean
20. The New World Order, Globalization and Caribbean Politics
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