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Discussions » Blog Archive » sx salon, issue 9 (May 2012)

Discussions » Blog Archive » sx salon, issue 9 (May 2012) | Research - Caribbean Lit | Scoop.it
The other three reviews in this issue consider nonfiction texts: Faith Smith reads Raphael Dalleo's comparative monograph on Caribbean literature and the public sphere; Jeremy Glick reads Laurent Dubois's new offering on ...
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Slavery Images

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Visual collection of slave life and slave trade in the Americas.  A searchable collection of over 1,200 images. Most are well known. 

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Is Race Real?

A web forum sponsored by the Social Science Research Council - about the debate about a genetic basis for race

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Creole Indigeneity — University of Minnesota Press

Creole Indigeneity — University of Minnesota Press | Research - Caribbean Lit | Scoop.it

How the Creoles of Guyana use the principle of labor to make themselves the country’s new “natives”... 

Shona Jackson 

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Body Drift — University of Minnesota Press

Body Drift — University of Minnesota Press | Research - Caribbean Lit | Scoop.it

Discussion of Haraway, Butler and Hayles -- "as challenges to the current emphasis on the material body" ...

"Brings three major feminist theorists into critical dialogue for the first time..."

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Blogger on books | Wadadli Pen

Blogger on books | Wadadli Pen | Research - Caribbean Lit | Scoop.it
1 – I think this Frank Collymore tribute issue is my favourite of the revived and revered Caribbean series. One, because it's a fitting and insightful tribute to the man who so influenced the development of Caribbean literature ...
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Jerome S. Handler | This website brings together a selected list of my publications which have appeared since the early 1960’s in widely scattered sources. These publications treat a variety of top...

Jerome S. Handler | This website brings together a selected list of my publications which have appeared since the early 1960’s in widely scattered sources. These publications treat a variety of top... | Research - Caribbean Lit | Scoop.it

Papers and links by Jerome S. Handler scholar of slavery-era Barbados.

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Dark Side of the Light — University of Minnesota Press

Dark Side of the Light — University of Minnesota Press | Research - Caribbean Lit | Scoop.it

Interrogates the philosophy and politics of slavery during the French Enlightenment... 

Louis Sala-Molins 

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What Is Posthumanism? — University of Minnesota Press

What Is Posthumanism? — University of Minnesota Press | Research - Caribbean Lit | Scoop.it
Beyond humanism and anthropocentrism...
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Against Recognition

Against Recognition | Research - Caribbean Lit | Scoop.it

Book by Lois McNay - philosophy of subjectivity / identity politics and posthumanism.

 

"The idea of the struggle for recognition features prominently in the work of various thinkers from Charles Taylor and Jurgen Habermas to Axel Honneth and Nancy Fraser who are concerned with the centrality of issues of identity in modern society."

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