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Moments of Cooperation and Incorporation: African American and African Jamaican Connections, 1782–1996
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written by Erna Brodber, 1940- (Kingston, Kingston Parish: University of the West Indies Press, 2019), 201 page(s)
Moments of Cooperation and Incorporation is a set of six essays showcasing moments between 1782 and 1996 when the Jamaican and American people of the African diaspora have cooperated with each other in the socio-geographic spaces of each. For both groups, this was a period defined by slavery, resistance, struggles...
written by Erna Brodber, 1940- (Kingston, Kingston Parish: University of the West Indies Press, 2019), 201 page(s)
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My Political Journey: Jamaica’s Sixth Prime Minister
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written by P. J. Patterson, 1935- (Kingston, Kingston Parish: University of the West Indies Press, 2019), 479 page(s)
My Political Journey: Jamaica’s Sixth Prime Minister is P.J. Patterson’s account of his time as an active and successful participant in the political and social development of Jamaica and the Caribbean from the mid-1950s well into the early 2000s. He was widely regarded as a master political strategist and uni...
written by P. J. Patterson, 1935- (Kingston, Kingston Parish: University of the West Indies Press, 2019), 479 page(s)
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The Grooming of a Chancellor
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written by George Alleyne, 1932- (Kingston, Kingston Parish: University of the West Indies Press, 2018), 294 page(s)
The Grooming of a Chancellor is Sir George Alleyne’s autobiography. He was born in 1932 in St Philip, Barbados, the first of the seven children of Eileen, a homemaker, and Clinton Alleyne, a schoolmaster. With his signature charm, Alleyne recounts his experiences from primary and secondary school in racially div...
written by George Alleyne, 1932- (Kingston, Kingston Parish: University of the West Indies Press, 2018), 294 page(s)
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Revivalism: Representing an Afro-Jamaican Identity
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written by Maria A. Robinson-Smith, fl. 2018 (Kingston, Kingston Parish: University of the West Indies Press, 2018), 195 page(s)
Maria A. Robinson-Smith presents an overview and genealogy of Revivalism in this work. She explores the role of the Revival iconography in building a culture of shared understanding among Revivalists and, by extension, African Jamaicans. The Watt Town setting, with bands coming together from communities all over J...
written by Maria A. Robinson-Smith, fl. 2018 (Kingston, Kingston Parish: University of the West Indies Press, 2018), 195 page(s)
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Vodou Cosmology and the Haitian Revolution in the Enlightenment Ideals of Kant and Hegel
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written by Vivaldi Jean-Marie, fl. 2018 (Kingston, Kingston Parish: University of the West Indies Press, 2018), 100 page(s)
In Vodou Cosmology and the Haitian Revolution in the Enlightenment Ideals of Kant and Hegel, Vivaldi Jean-Marie begins with an interpretation of the rise of Vodou practices in Saint-Domingue which is sensitive to the social, spiritual and cultural challenges of the slaves communities in Saint-Domingue, later Haiti...
written by Vivaldi Jean-Marie, fl. 2018 (Kingston, Kingston Parish: University of the West Indies Press, 2018), 100 page(s)
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written by Tony Talburt, fl. 2012; in Andrew Watson: The World's First Black Football Superstar (Hertford, England: Hansib Publications, 2017, originally published 2017), i-xi
written by Tony Talburt, fl. 2012; in Andrew Watson: The World's First Black Football Superstar (Hertford, England: Hansib Publications, 2017, originally published 2017), i-xi
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Migrating the Black Body: The African Diaspora and Visual Culture
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edited by Heike Raphael-Hernandez, 1961- and Leigh Raiford, fl. 2017 (Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, 2017), 393 page(s)
Migrating the Black Body explores how visual media—from painting to photography, from global independent cinema to Hollywood movies, from posters and broadsides to digital media, from public art to graphic novels—has shaped diasporic imaginings of the individual and collective self. How is the travel of black...
edited by Heike Raphael-Hernandez, 1961- and Leigh Raiford, fl. 2017 (Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, 2017), 393 page(s)
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written by Collin Leroy Carter, 1940-; in Walk With Me: An Autobiography (Hertford, England: Hansib Publications, 2017, originally published 2017), i-14
written by Collin Leroy Carter, 1940-; in Walk With Me: An Autobiography (Hertford, England: Hansib Publications, 2017, originally published 2017), i-14
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London Rocks
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written by Brenda Lee Browne, fl. 2017 (Hertford, England: Hansib Publications, 2018, originally published 2017), 96 page(s)
This is the story of Dante Brookes, a young man growing up in London in the late seventies and early eighties when sound systems ruled the party scene for young, Black British youths of Caribbean heritage. He navigates the loss of friends, police harassment and being a teenage father while forging a career as an M...
written by Brenda Lee Browne, fl. 2017 (Hertford, England: Hansib Publications, 2018, originally published 2017), 96 page(s)
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edited by Toyin Falola, 1953- and Olajumoke Yacob-Haliso, fl. 2007; in Gendering Knowledge in Africa and the African Diaspora, Global Africa (London, England: Routledge (Publisher), 2017, originally published 2017), i-xix
edited by Toyin Falola, 1953- and Olajumoke Yacob-Haliso, fl. 2007; in Gendering Knowledge in Africa and the African Diaspora, Global Africa (London, England: Routledge (Publisher), 2017, originally published 2017), i-xix
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