Caribbean Writers on Teaching Literature by Lorna Down and Thelma Baker
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Dancehall: A Reader on Jamaican Music and Culture 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.
Stuart Hall by Annie Paul
A pioneer in the field of cultural studies, Stuart Hall produced an impressive body of work on the relationship between culture and power. His contributions to critical theory and the study of politics, culture, communication, media, race, diaspora and postcolonialism made him one of the great public intellectuals of the late twentieth century.
Caribbean Journal of Mixed Methods Research Volume 1 Issue 1
Editors: Loraine D. Cook and Steve Weaver
Why Integration? Why Now by Elizabeth G. Creamer, Professor EmeritaTransformation as a Goal of Mixed Methods Research in the Caribbean by Donna M. MertensCombining Mixed Methods and Case Study Research (MMþCSR) to give Mixed Methods Case Study Designs by Loraine D. Cook and Vimala Judy Kamalodeen and many more
Journal of Caribbean History Vol 54 Issue 1
Editor: Dr. Kathleen E. A. Monteith
Review Editor: Jerome Teelucksingh
Re-Contextualizing Mortality Rates and Population Trends of Enslaved Africans in Antigua by Christopher K. Waters
The Rev. E. Ethelred Brown and the Harlem Renaissance, 1920–2020 by Joyce Moore Turner
and much more….