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The African-Caribbean worldview and the making of Caribbean society / edited by Horace Levy.

Publication:
Jamaica : University of West Indies Press, 2009.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (257 pages) : illustrations
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Subjects:
Ethnicity -- Caribbean Area.
Identity (Psychology) -- Caribbean Area.
Caribbean Area -- Civilization -- African influences.
Jamaica -- Civilization -- African influences.
Chevannes, Barry.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
Jamaica, the Caribbean, Africa: some oppositions and their politics / Diane Austin-Broos
Myal, revival and Rastafari in the making of Western Jamaica: dialogues with Chevannes / Jean Besson
Colonial injustice: the Crown v. the Bedwardites, 27 April 1921 / Veront M. Satchell
Education, race and respectability in Jamaica, circa the 1938 labour rebellion / Khitanya Petgrave
No space for race? the bleaching of the nation in postcolonial Jamaica / Annie Paul
Museography and places of remembrance of slavery in Martinique, or the gaps in a memory difficult to express / Christine Chivallon
"Reflection" from the margin: Jah Cure and Rastafari celebrity in contemporary Jamaica / Jahlani Niaah and Sonjah Stanley Niaah
If yuh iron good you is king: pan in 3-D / Kim Johnson
Don Drummond: just how good was he? / Herbie Miller
"Blak up! Blak up!": liturgical compositions of Barry Chevannes / Anna Kasafi Perkins
Creoles as linguistic markers of national identity: examples from Jamaica and Guyana / Beatrice Boufoy-Bastick
Understanding sexual behaviour in Jamaica / J. Peter Figueroa
The third crisis: Jamaica in the Neoliberal era / Don Robotham
An autobiographical note / Barry Chevannes.
Notes:
Papers presented at a conference to celebrate the work of Professor Barry Chevannes held at the University of West Indies, Mona campus, Jamaica, January 19-21, 2006.
Includes bibliographical references.
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
Levy, Horace, editor.
Chevannes, Barry, honouree.
ISBN:
1-4416-2029-X
OCLC:
940437489