Caribbean quarterly (415 documentos)


21.- John Figueroa, "the man 'o pairts'"
Niven, Alaistar
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 49 Num. 1-2 Mar-Jun, Pag. 96-99]
22.- The pain tree
Senior, Olive
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 49 Num. 1-2 Mar-Jun, Pag. 166-173]
23.- The queen of Sheba
Craig, Christine
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 49 Num. 1-2 Mar-Jun, Pag. 147-159]
24.- The quick visit
Spence, Vanessa
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 49 Num. 1-2 Mar-Jun, Pag. 100-112]
25.- Augusta Zelia Fraser in Jamaica: the case for radical separation
Bryan, Patrick1
1University of the West Indies, Mona, Kingston. Jamaica
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 4 Dic, Pag. 12-26]
26.- English Harbour, Antigua: the rise and fall of a strategic military site
Weaver, David B1
1University of Regina, Luther College, Regina, Saskatchewan. Canadá
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 4 Dic, Pag. 1-11]
27.- Glissant on time and history
Mc Kenzie, Earl1
1University of the West Indies, Mona, Kingston. Jamaica
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 4 Dic, Pag. 62-70]
28.- In the spirit. A review of four books on religion in Jamaica during the pre to post emancipation Era
Nevius, Jim1
1Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. Estados Unidos de América
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 4 Dic, Pag. 71-81]
29.- Rastafari Dialectism: the epistemological individualism and conectivism of Rastafari
Barnett, Michael1
1Florida International University, Miami, Florida. Estados Unidos de América
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 4 Dic, Pag. 54-61]
30.- The chosen place, the timeless people: race, colonial power and the absence of sisterhood
Paravisini-Gebert, Lizabeth1
1University of Massachusetts, Department of Anthropology, Boston, Massachusetts. Estados Unidos de América
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 4 Dic, Pag. 41-53]
31.- Women's lives and labour on Radnor, a jamaican coffe plantation, 1822-1826
Delle, James A1
1University of Massachusetts, Department of Anthropology, Boston, Massachusetts. Estados Unidos de América
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 4 Dic, Pag. 27-40]
32.- A personal reflection on Manley's model: Manley and Jamaica labour markets in the 1970's
Goodleigh, Lloyd1
1National Workers Union, General Secretary, Kingston. Jamaica
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 1 , Pag. 57-76]
33.- A woman's right in the caribbean workplace. UNIFEM/ILO KIT
Phillips, Marva A1
1University of the West Indies, Mona, Kingston. Jamaica
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 1 , Pag. 98-100]
34.- Globalization, labour markets and the empowerment of the south: relevance of Michael Manley's prescription for caribbean workers in the 21st. century
Haque, M. Badrul1; Fletcher, Richard
1Interamerican Development Bank, Washington, Distrito de Columbia. Estados Unidos de América
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 1 , Pag. 12-30]
35.- Michael Manley, charismatic leadership and ideological pragmatism
Benn, Denis M1
1University of the West Indies, Mona, Kingston. Jamaica
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 1 , Pag. 5-11]
36.- Michael Manley, equality and the jamaican labour movement
Bogues, Anthony1
1Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island. Estados Unidos de América
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 1 , Pag. 77-93]
37.- Michael Manley in the vanguard towards gender equality
Bolles, A. Lynn1
1University of Maryland, Women's Studies, Baltimore, Maryland. Estados Unidos de América
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 1 , Pag. 45-56]
38.- A House for Mr. Biswas revisted: ethnicity, culture, geography and beyond
Tewarie, Bhoendradatt1
1University of the West Indies, Saint Augustine, Saint George. Trinidad y Tobago
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 2-3 Mar-Sep, Pag. PVII-XXIX]
39.- Commentary on V.S. Naipaul's A House for Mr. Biswas
Argyle, Barry1
1York University, Toronto, Ontario. Canadá
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 2-3 Mar-Sep, Pag. 109-118]
40.- Review of Georges woke up laughing: long-distance nationalism and the search for home by Nina Glick-Schiller and Georges Eugene Fouron. Durham/London: Duke University Press, 2001. 324 pages. Bibliography. Index. Illustrations
N'Zengou-Tayo, Marie-Jose
[Caribbean quarterly, Jamaica, 2002 Vol. 48 Num. 2-3 Mar-Sep, Pag. 128-132]