Trajectories of freedom : Caribbean societies, 1807-2007 / edited by Alan Cobley and Victor C. Simpson.

Kingston, Jamaica : University of the West Indies Press, [2013]
210 pages ; 23 cm


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.
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  • Pt. 1. History and politics. Different Trajectories of Freedom in the Anglophone Caribbean / Bridget Brereton ; Tropical Libertarians : anarchist Networks in the Circum-Caribbean, 1900-1915 / Kirwin R. Shaffer ; Eric Williams and the Labour Movement in Trinidad and Tobago / Jerome Teelucksingh
  • Pt. 2. Literature and performance. Dominica as Spiritual Landscape : Representations of Nature in Jean Rhys's Wide Sargasso Sea and Marie-Elena John's Unburnable / Ena Harris ; Independence or Nationalism? A Fresh Look at Andreu Iglesias's Los Derrotados / Victor C. Simpson ; Performative Bondage: Caryl Phillips's Dancing in the Dark / Agnel Barron ; Freedom of the Spirit and African Cultural Retentions: the Case of East Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago / Sandra Gift and Oba Kenyatta Omowale Kiteme ; Myth and Ritual in Hosay, Ramleela and Carnival as Expressions of a Vibrant Caribbean Culture / Edith Pâerez Sisto
  • Pt. 3. Education and language. Museum Education as a Means to Promote Equal Opportunities / Hilde Neus van der Putten ; "Can u assist me?" help needed with students' use of standard English / Kelvin Quintyne ; Language, Identity and Freedom: A Creole Perspective / Hazel Simmons-McDonald
  • Pt. 4. Gender. Exploring Representations of Gender and Sexuality in (Jamaican) Dancehall Popular Culture : the search for a method / Agostinho M.N. Pinnock ; The Twenty-first-Century Caribbean Woman's Question : what Is the Meaning of Freedom? / April Bernard.
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