4 edition of Society and politics in colonial Trinidad found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||F2120 .M55 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 295 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||295|
|LC Control Number||85169844|
In Spiritual Citizenship N. Fadeke Castor employs the titular concept to illuminate how Ifá/Orisha practices informed by Yoruba cosmology shape local, national, and transnational belonging in African diasporic communities in Trinidad and beyond. Drawing on almost two decades of How Britain’s colonial legacy still affects LGBT politics around the world am EDT Enze Han, University of Hong Kong, Joseph O'Mahoney, University of Reading
Author explains how these concepts presupposed and entailed a different representation and valuation of local historical processes, and how the "diameter" of respectability relates to the emergence of an educated colored and black "petite bourgeoisie" as Trinidad's plantation complex developed into a class-based Creole ://?lang=en. Alexander Rocklin. The Regulation of Religion and the Making of Hinduism in Colonial Trinidad. UNC Press New Books in British Studies New Books in Caribbean Studies New Books in Hindu Studies New Books in History New Books in Peoples & Places New Books in Politics & Society New Books in Religion New Books in Religion & Faith New Books Network May 8, Raj Balkaran
This Third Volume of the History of the Catholic Church covers the period in Trinidad from Naturally, the period under study has been influenced, not only by the preceding historical for All journal articles featured in Journal of Women, Politics & Policy vol 41 issue 1
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Society and Politics in Colonial › Books › History › Americas. 'Post-Colonial Trinidad is a valuable addition to the ethnography of pre- and post-colonial Trinidad The journal traces the evolution of the East Indian community from the time of its arrival in and the manner in which this community sought to reconstruct its life after the deconstruction occasioned by the trauma of departure from IndiaSociety and politics in colonial Trinidad / James Millette Omega ; Zed ; US distributor, Biblio Distribution Center Trinidad: London: Totowa, N.J Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be :// About this book Introduction They record socio-political relations during the second year of Trinidad s independence (), and provide first-hand evidence for the workings of a complex, plural society in which race, religion, and politics had become, and have remained, deeply :// The Blue Book provides an ideological foundation for a vision of a new society leading to the highest development of man.
I recommend that The Blue Book be read with the necessary :// Crime in Trinidad: Conflict and Control in a Plantation Society, From America to Norway: Norwegian-American Immigrant LettersVolume I: Cultural Power, Resistance and Pluralism: Colonial Guyana CHURCH and SOCIETY IN TRINIDAD Part I & II:THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN TRINIDAD Planters, Merchants, and In Trinidad Conflict And.
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Heffernan focuses specifically on black student activism at the University of the This is not new as David Trotman in his book Crime in Trinidad: Conflict and Control in a Plantation Society explains that in colonial society, persons’ chances before the court depended on their race, colour and class, so much so that if a defendant was from a particular class or race he/she was assumed guilty until his/her innocence could ?p= The history of medicine and disease in colonial India remains a dynamic and innovative field of research, covering many facets of health, from government policy to local therapeutics.
This volume presents a selection of essays examining varied aspects of health and medicine as they relate to the political upheavals of the colonial :// Request PDF | On Jan 1,ann marie Bissessar published Race and Politics in Two Plural Societies: A Case of Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ().
Black American soldiers in Trinidad, – Wartime politics in a Colonial society. The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History: Vol. 14, No. 3, pp. Out of Africa: Post-Structuralism's Colonial Roots 1st Edition. Pal Ahluwalia Ma At the heart of this book is the argument that the fact that so many post-structuralist French intellectuals have a strong ‘colonial’ connection, usually with Algeria, cannot be a :// How Britain’s colonial legacy still affects LGBT politics around the world.
Justice Devindra Rampersand of the High Court of Trinidad and Tobago ruled that sections 13 and 16 of the Sexual Offences Act are “unconstitutional, illegal, null, As we show in our newly published book, This lively history of women in the Caribbean draws on rare first-hand testimonies to uncover their early feminism, their participation in labour struggles and in radical and liberal political movements.
It ranges from the time of slavery and indentureship to national independence in and the present day. It shows how gender inequalities have been perpetuated for exploitative ends and Høgsbjerg C. () ‘Whenever Society Is in Travail Liberty Is Born’: The Mass Strike of in Colonial Trinidad.
In: Bellucci S., Weiss H. (eds) The Internationalisation of the Labour Question. Palgrave Studies in the History of Social Movements. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. First Online 27 November UntilTrinidad and Tobago were separate territories. Both have a history of repeated invasion and conquest by competing European powers.
Trinidad, named Iere (probably meaning ‘humming bird’) by the Arawak inhabitants, was claimed for the Spanish Crown by In The Regulation of Religion and the Making of Hinduism in Colonial Trinidad, Alexander Rocklin presents, with incisive insight, the multi-layered ways “Hinduism,” as a category of religious identity, was constrained and reconceived as “world religion” on the island of the 19th century, India’s socio-cultural affiliations came to Trinidad with the movement of.
Black American Soldiers in Trinidad, – Wartime Politics in a Colonial Society May The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History Annette PalmerThe Cultural Politics of Obeah does an excellent job demonstrating how racial hostilities have been mobilized as obeah for different reasons at different moments.
Through a range of historical detail it demonstrates how anti-obeah legislation has defined racial governance where obeah is an artifact of colonial By Dr. Selwyn R. Cudjoe J (A Lecture delivered at the Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards) I wanted to thank my friend Brian Moore for inviting me to address you as a part of the educational lectures that are being offered by the Bureau of Standards to acquaint workers about common trends in the society that are likely to make them more efficient in what they ?p=