Myriam Arcangeli argues in this study of ceramics that by analyzing how the people of Guadeloupe used ceramics, a larger social history of Guadeloupe emergers, a "ceramic culture" that broadens our understanding of race, class, and gender in colonial societies in both the United states and the Caribbean.
A ceramic culture From Kakukera to Guadeloupe Just add water: domestic water reserves and water-storage ceramics A canari in the kitchen: Creole cooks, foods, and cuisine The Creole art of the table For healthy bodies and clean houses Conclusion.
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