1 edition of Women in the Caribbean. found in the catalog.
Women in the Caribbean.
by University of the West Indies, Institute of Social and Economic Research in Mona
Written in English
Special number of Social and Economic Studies, Vol. 35, no. 2, June 1986.
|Other titles||Social and Economic Studies.|
|Statement||edited by Joycelin Massiah.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||338|
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An incendiary essay by the award-winning Jamaican poet Kei Miller that probed at white women writers’ authority to speak for the Caribbean has been pulled from a new magazine after laying bare a. BRINGING together three generations of scholars, thinkers and activists, the book – Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought – is said to be the first trace of a genealogy of the specific contributions Indo-Caribbean women have made to the Caribbean feminist epistemology and knowledge production. This was the idea brought out last Friday when Guyana’s very own Port.
Examines the image of women as depicted in the literature of Africa and the Caribbean. Suggests that in the literature of both cultures, women are shown to be self-assertive and in control of their lives, but they are ultimately assessed on their success as wives and mothers. (Author/MJL)Cited by: 1. 24 Oct - Explore caribbeanstory's board "Inspirational Women - Caribbean", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about History, Black history and Caribbean.8 pins.
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"This book is the first attempt to pull together the scattered material on women from the secondary sources into one place with the aim of providing students, teachers and the general reader with easily accessible information on Caribbean women of diverse ethnic by: ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: x, pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Nanny --Some factors affecting women in the Caribbean past and present / Rhoda Reddock --Employment of women workers in the Caribbean / Peggy Antrobus --Women in Caribbean agriculture / Lorna Gordon --Domestic workers /. The profiles cover women from 12 territories, with varying political, ethnic and socio-economic issues.
Anyone with an interest in Caribbean Politics or Gender Studies will find Women in Caribbean Politics to be an excellent by: 1. Each story develops many different aspects of life in Jamaica, and her women—as we often are in the Caribbean—are powerful and resilient.
McKenzie’s latest book Sweetheart received the Prix Carbet des Lycéens in Author: Gerty Dambury. The recently-published Caribbean Women in Science and Their Careers is the fifth publication in the series. This reference book documents and promotes public awareness of the contribution of Caribbean women in various science-based and technological disciplines and professions, including medicine, engineering, and the natural sciences.
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"This book is the first attempt to pull together the scattered material on women from the secondary sources into one place with the aim of providing students, teachers and the general reader with easily accessible information on Caribbean women of diverse ethnic origins/5(6).
This book explores the meanings, experiences, and challenges faced by Black women faculty that are either on the tenure track or have earned tenure. It delves into existing social (in)equalities, educational (dis)parities, and (in)justices in the promotion and retention of.
Women and Gender in Caribbean (English-speaking) Historiography: Sources and Methods. CRGS, no. 7, ed. Kamala Kempadoo, Halimah DeShong, and Charmaine Crawford, pp. this is by no means a complete list (Autobiographies, memoirs and diaries by Caribbean women will be considered as sources later in this article.) (Jarrett-Macauley ; TaylorFile Size: KB.
Gender Equality in the Caribbean: Reality or Illusion is a collection of essays by a number of outstanding women of the Caribbean on the situation of women in the region, in the period since the Beijing Conference of Some commentators in the region have advanced the view that gender equality has been achieved within the Caribbean Community and, if anything, it is boys.
With tourism accounting for approximately thirty percent of the Caribbean's GDP and twenty-four percent of employment, a link between the sex trade and the tourism industry has gained recent attention. Shifts in global production, an increase of disposable income for pleasure and recreation, and a desire by North Americans and Europeans for an experience of 'exotic' Reviews: 2.
Atlantic slave societies were notorious deathtraps. In Surviving Slavery in the British Caribbean, Randy M. Browne looks past the familiar numbers of life and death and into a human drama in which enslaved Africans and their descendants struggled to survive against their enslavers, their environment, and sometimes one ed in the nineteenth-century British colony of.
Women, regardless of their migratory status, are rights holders and States are responsible for ensuring those rights. Current migration in the Caribbean region raises many questions, reveals opportunities and challenges, but still.
Women in the Caribbean are women who were born in, who live in, or are from the region of the Caribbean in the ically, Caribbean women have been significant contributors to the economy and the "domestic sphere" of the Caribbean region since the time of slavery, during the time of "free labor forces" in the late 19th and 20th centuries, as well as during the time of.
Women, Work, & Gender in the Caribbean Article (PDF Available) in Latin American research review January with 3, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Riva Berleant. The profiles cover women from 12 territories, with varying political, ethnic and socio-economic issues.
Anyone with an interest in Caribbean Politics or Gender Studies will find Women in Caribbean Politics to be an excellent introduction. But everyone in the book carries with them deep injuries from the past, as well as a glimmer of a hopeful view of the future.
After finishing the book, and sitting with this series of powerful and troubling stories for a bit, I thought of two other Caribbean women writers who are, like Dennis-Benn, at an early point in their careers. The word "Caribbean" has multiple uses.
Its principal ones are geographical and political. The Caribbean can also be expanded to include territories with strong cultural and historical connections to Africa, slavery, European colonisation and the plantation system.
The United Nations geoscheme for the Americas presents the Caribbean as a distinct region within the Demonym: Caribbean, West Indian. As the title implies, this book focuses on the economic aspects of women’s experiences throughout the Caribbean region.
The author conducted extensive research in Cuba, the Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico in an effort to explain the gender inequalities and other forms of subordination that women face, as well as the effects of.
Actress and activist Emma Watson runs Our Shared Shelf, a feminist book club with overmembers. Each month the group chooses a new book that deals with themes of race, gender, and justice Author: Charlotte Ahlin.Mia Leonin’s collection, Chance Born, wakens in us the miracle and mystery of becoming, being, and belonging — common to our shared humanity across ing with and confronting The Tempest and postcolonial identity, Safiya Sinclair’s Cannibal explore Jamaican childhood and history, race relations in America, womanhood, otherness, and exile.Book Description.
Odious Caribbean Women and the Palpable Aesthetics of Transgression examines the methods through which the works of French Caribbean women resist hedonistic conceptions of pleasure, “art for art’s sake” aestheticism, commodification through representations of “uglified” spaces, transgressive “deglamorified” women’s bodies in pain, and explicit .