The Child and the Caribbean Imagination

Edited by Giselle Rampaul and Geraldine Elizabeth Skeete

The Child and the Caribbean Imagination offers breadth and depth in its contribution to much-needed academic scholarship aimed at impacting the lives of and paying homage to children in the Caribbean.

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Bite Yu Finga!

Innovating Belizean Cuisine

by Lyra H. Spang

Bite Yu Finga! takes culinary explorers far beyond the restrictive parameters of western European–derived fine dining. With captivating anecdotes and solid data, Lyra Spang describes the important role of tourism in driving culinary innovation in Belize and the powerful influence of cultural politics on the process of deciding whose food is considered Belizean.

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Una Marson

by Lisa Tomlinson

Una Marson’s work embodied anti-colonialism, anti-racism, feminism, class politics and pan-Africanism in the first half of the twentieth century.

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