It grew out of a conference held in 2006 in honour of the scholarship of internationally acclaimed Alston Barrington Chevannes, professor of social anthropology at the University of the West Indies, Jamaica. This collection is unique, therefore, in both the breadth of its focus and range of topics as well as the specific issues considered, most essays being useful case studies in particular fields.
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Contributors: Diane Austin-Broos, Jean Besson, Beatrice Boufoy-Bastick, Barry Chevannes, Christine Chivallon, J. Peter Figueroa, Kim Johnson, Horace Levy, Herbie Miller.
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1 Jamaica, the Caribbean, Africa. 2 Myal, Revival and Rastafari in the Making of Western Jamaica. An Autobiographical Note. 3 Colonial Injustice. 4 Education, Race and Respectability in Jamaica. 5 No Space for Race? 6 Museography and Places of Remembrance of Slavery in Martinique. 7 Reflection from the Margin. 8 If Yuh Iron Good You Is King. Construction and Representation of Race. By Mervyn C. Alleyne.
The term Caribbean culture summarises the artistic, musical, literary, culinary, political and social elements that are representative of Caribbean people all over the world
The term Caribbean culture summarises the artistic, musical, literary, culinary, political and social elements that are representative of Caribbean people all over the world. The Caribbean's culture has historically been influenced by that of African, Amerindian, Indian And European traditions.
Caribbean Society : History, Biology, Culture. Main Author: Levy, Horace.
African Caribbean Worldview and the Making of Caribbean Society : History, Biology, Culture. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Other Authors: Austin-Broos, Diane. Boufoy-Bastick, Beatrice. Chivallon, Christine. Johnson, Ki. Miller, Herbie. Reimagining the Caribbean : Conversations among the Creole, English, French, and Spanish Caribbean. by: Orlando, Valérie K. Published: (2014). Readings in Caribbean History and Culture : Breaking Ground.
Introduction HORACE LEVY. Rather, it is a collection of articles bursting spontaneously around a powerful theme:The African-Caribbean Worldview and the Making of the Caribbean. This book is about the identity of Caribbean people, the bold, if at times meandering, steps of its emergence and the creative breadth of its embrace across the region. This theme generated a wealth of wide-ranging contributions from both West Indians and non-West Indians from around the world, those who have glimpsed and been struck by the worldview and the making. So this book makes no claim to be all-inclusive and exhaustive on its subject.
He has published on community violence and compiled They Cry ""Respect"": Urban Violence and Poverty in Jamaica.