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Dancehall: A Reader on Jamaican Music and Culture edited by Sonjah Stanley Niaah
Dancehall is one of eight musical genres created in Jamaica and, in the past two decades, it has become one of the most influential Jamaican cultural exports since reggae. The impact of dancehall extends far beyond Jamaica and is evident in music genres (such as hip hop, trip hop, jungle, reggaeton, South African kwaito and Nigerian Afrobeats) and international fashion, film and dance.
Caribbean Journal of Psychology
Volume 12 Issue 1
- Culturally Responsive Mental Health Outreach and Trauma Training in Haiti by Karen M. Roller, et al
- The Caribbean Symptom Checklist: A Culturally Valid Multidimensional Measure of Psychological Functioning in English Speaking Caribbean Nations by Michael Canute Lambert, et al
- Creating Connections in the Caribbean: Preparation and Process of Multilingual and Multinational Intergroup Dialogue by Ashley Maxie-Moreman
- 12-Volcano by Kamau Brathwaite
- Kamau’s Abeng by Hilary Beckles
- Giant of Caribbean Letters by Velma Pollard
- Sound and Thought That Binds: Kamau Brathwaite by Tim Reiss
- Path by Jack Hirschman