Secretariat of the Caribbean Community:Caribbean Community, CARICOM Single Market and Economy
Die Demokratieförderungspolitik der Caribbean Community - Der Fall Haiti: Nannette Remmel
This book updates the 1989 volume Caribbean in World Affairs providing a comprehensive and theoretically-grounded account of diplomatic developments in the Caribbean. The new material includes attention to the changed global setting, updated theoretical developments in foreign policy, and the inclusion of Haiti and Suriname. Professor, City University of New York, USA
Caribbean Community: the Struggle for Survival: Kenneth Hall, Myrtle Chuck-A-Sang
Paradigm Shifts & Structural Changes - in Pursuit of Progress in the Caribbean Community: Kenneth O. Hall, Myrtle Chuck-A-Sang
Re-Imagining Community and Civil Society in Latin America and the Caribbean:
Utilizing cross-cultural strands, this comparative study analyzes Caribbean literary representations of magic and invisible cities reworking the notion of the city as both instituted social space and imaginary community.
During and after the two World Wars, a cohort of Caribbean authors migrated to the UK and France. Dissecting writers like Lamming, Césaire, and Glissant, McIntosh reveals how these Caribbean writers were pushed to represent themselves as authentic spokesmen for their people, coming to represent the concerns of the emigrant intellectual community. Malachi McIntosh is a Lecturer of English at the University of Cambridge, UK.
This book explores the textured process of rewriting and revising theatrical works in the Spanish-speaking Caribbean as both a material and metaphorical practice. Deftly tracing these themes through community theater groups, ancient Greek theater, religious traditions, and national historical events, Katherine Ford weaves script, performance and final product together with an eye to the social significance of revision. Ultimately, to rewrite and revise is to re-envision and re-imagine stage practices in the twentieth-century Hispanic Caribbean. Katherine Ford is Associate Professor and Coordinator of Hispanic Studies and Faculty Fellow to the Honors College at East Carolina University, USA. Her research interests lie in twentieth-century Latin American Theater and Performance, Womens studies and Latino/a Theater. She is author of Politics and Violence in Cuban and Argentine Theater (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010). Her work has been published in journals such as Hispanic Issues OnLine , Gestos , and the Latin American Theatre Review .