Beyond the blood, the beach and the banana : new perspectives in Caribbean studies / edited by Sandra Courtman.
Contributor(s): Courtman, SandraLanguage: English Publisher: Kingston : Ian Randle, 2004.Description: xxvi, 454 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9766371822
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Deadening, voyeuristic and reiterative?: problems of representation in Caribbean research / David Lambert; Flying away and grounds for concern: mobility, location and ethical dicomfort in researching Caribbean history from the UK / Christer Petley; The importance of reflexivity in Caribbean research: thinking through 'race', self and politics / Tracey Skelton; Textualising slavery: from 'slave' to 'enslaved people' in Caribbean historiography / John F. Campbell; The other side of slave revolts / Gelien Matthews; More than producers and reproducers: Jamaican slave women's dance and song / Henrice Altink; Caribbean migration and adjustment to Canada: pursuing the mobility dream 1900 - 1998 / Dwaine Plaza; 'Blacks in ivory towers can't write about ghettos': West Indian worker writers in 1970s Britain / Sandra Courtman; Inbetweenity: marginalisation, migration and poverty among Haitians in the Turks and Caicos Islands / Dennis A. V. Brown; Postmodernity or profitability?: changing modes of tourism in Jamaica / David R. Dodman; Natural hedonism: the invention of Caribbean islands as tropical playgrounds / Mimi Sheller; 'Sleeping with the enemy': Jineterismo, 'cultural level' and 'antisocial behaviour' in 1990s Cuba / Mette Louise Berg; All sights reserved: all-inclusive resorts and and the imagined Caribbean / Gavan Titley; Cracks in the kingdom of the Netherlands: an inside story / Lammert de Jong; The transatlantic banana war and the marginalisation of Caribbean trading interests / Peter Clegg; The impact of globalisation on the Caribbean sugar and banana industries / Belal Ahmed; Dis-ordering the world in the eighteenth century: the voyage of the Sable Venus: connoisseurship and the trivialising of slavery / Rosalie Smith McCrea; The impact of Indian film in Trinidad / Lynne Macedo; A good kicker: analysing script and screen with adolescent boys in Jamaica / Beth Cross; A philosophy of survival: anancyism in Jamaican pantomime / Ruth Minott Egglestone; The corporeal and the sensual in two novels by Shani Mootoo and Julia Alvarez / Angela Brüning; Representations of deference and defiance in the novels of Caryl Phillips / John Ford; Re-inventing Jamaican history: Roger Mais and George William Gordon / Karina Williamson; Forging subjectivity in the Jamaican-British borderlands: emotion and identity in Joan Riley's The unbelonging / Barbara Shaw Perry; 'A strange synchronicity': the language of landscapes in Lawrence Scott's Aelred's sin / Emily Wroe