6 edition of Identity and Power in Africa and the Caribbean found in the catalog.
December 1, 2002
by Lawrence Erlbaum
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||96|
In the Caribbean, the languages of Europe’s colonial powers were blended with various African languages that were spoken by slaves and, to a lesser extent, indigenous languages. Scholars call those new languages Creoles. Today, Creoles are languages in their own right, representing the region’s hybrid cultures. Caribbean countries still use their respective colonial power’s language for Caribbean islands were exchanged as part of peace negotiations after European wars, and sometimes captured outright by those countries that could muster the naval power so far from their shores. The source of this wealth was the fruits of the labor of enslaved
The mobilization of ethnicity entails the production of culture—a process involving the interweaving of culture, history and identity, and the manipulation of cultural symbols to reconstruct and reshape conceptions of self and community. The shifting character and salience of ethnicity as demonstrated in the Back to Africa, Black Power, and Rastafari movements point to the flexibility of Hegemonic masculinity: a theoretical overview. Raewyn Connell’s concept of hegemonic masculinity (Connell ) serves as an analytical instrument to identify those attitudes and practices among men that perpetuate gender inequality, involving both men’s domination over women and the power of some men over other (often minority groups of) concept has been widely used and
conquest, subjugation and exploitation of its peoples by an imperial power who initially at least, may be culturally and ethnically distinct from their captors. In Guyana and the Caribbean islands, the Europeans found no sophisticated, elaborate, established traditional social systems like in Africa This book therefore aims to examine the origins of colour-ism, how it has evolved among people of African descent in the USA, Latin America, Jamaica and Britain and to examine its present impact on the African Diaspora. At the United Nations World Conference Against Racism in Durban, South Africa, in , of Blackness - Colourism in the African.
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Frank Okenna Ndubuisi. ’s Catholic Church Umunnachi, Anambra State, Nigeria. Email: [email protected] Received January 7. th, ; revised February 14th, ; accepted February 20th, Identity, is the distinguishing characteristic of a person or being.
African identity is “being-with Slavery and Africa in the Caribbean analyses the written sources which have survived, demonstrating how many Africans coped by adopting a flexible identity in order to negotiate the cultural differences in African, European, and Islamic systems of slavery.
An important work based on Jamaican and African archival sources, this book will appeal › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Humanities. For instance, the crisis of identity in Caribbean region "lie[s] in the contested and interrelated process of colonization, slavery, and migration.
Caribbean society bears the legacy of colonial oppression, exploitation and marginalization."(Guruprasad, 27) also in Africa British colonialism as Bonnici confirms "took Globalisation and Cultural Identity in Caribbean Society: The Jamaican Case Abstract The Caribbean is a region whose very name reverberates from the early effects of globalisation (then called colonialism).
The result is that the identity of the region and its people has been significantly shaped by two groups of people; Africans and Colonialism and the Caribbean: Wealth, Power and the British Imperial State 55 Glossary Cape Coast Castle: This was a trading and holding fort where slaves were gathered and kept before being sent across the Atlantic.
Cape Coast Castle was England ’s first coastal trading fort and was run by the Royal Africa Company from the s until Cultural Identity and Diaspora Stuart Hall A new cinema of the Caribbean is emerging, joining the company of the other `Third Cinemas'. It is related to, but different from, the vibrant film and other forms of visual representation of the Afro-Caribbean (and Asian) `blacks' of the diasporas of the West - the new post-colonial :// Why Our African Identity Matters.
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Post-colonial Literature. Where does it come from. Post-colonial literature comes from Britain's former colonies in the Caribbean, Africa and India. Many post-colonial writers write in English and focus on common themes such Introduction to Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
These black intellectuals converged around issues of race identity and black internationalist Ibram X. Kendi. Ibram X. Kendi is Professor of History and International Relations and the Founding Director of the Antiracist Research and Policy Center at American University.
His second book, Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America (Nation, ), won the National Book Award for Nonfiction and was a New York Times Best :// This analysis discusses an early poem, “A Far Cry of Africa” (In a Green Nigh: Poems,), and two later poems, “Names” (Sea Grapes, ) and “The Sea is History” (The Star-Apple Kingdom, ), in order to highlight the ways in which the poems present a search for a Caribbean history while exploring the racial, colonial The Routledge Handbook of Sociolinguistics Around the World Drawing on examples from a wide range of languages and social settings, The Routledge Handbook of Sociolinguistics Around the World is the rst single-volume collection surveying current and recent research trends in international sociolinguistics.
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Others saw benefits in overturning traditional ways and developing modern Stuart Hall: articulations of race, class and identity Article (PDF Available) in Ethnic and Racial Studies 37(10) August w Reads How we measure 'reads' exceeds the differences between cultures. So just knowing one person’s cultural identity doesn’t provide complete or reliable information about that person.
Knowing another’s cultural identity does, however, help you understand the opportunities and Post-colonial readings of The Tempest were inspired by the decolonisation movements of the s and s in Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America.
Jyotsna Singh describes how these readings challenge more traditional interpretations of the play, questioning Prospero's ownership of the island and rethinking the role of :// Photographer Jennie Baptiste was born in Northwest London inafter her parents moved to the city from the Caribbean island of St.
Lucia in the s. She graduated from the London College of Communication Bachelor of Arts Photography course in Her photographs explore fashion and style as expressions of black British identity, often with a focus on music ://.
Pan-Africanism today is seen much more as a cultural and social philosophy than the politically driven movement of the past. People, such as Molefi Kete Asante, hold to the importance of ancient Egyptian and Nubian cultures being part of a (black) African heritage and seek a re-evaluation of Africa's place, and the diaspora, in the ://The decisions and actions of the new men of power in Africa and South Asia have received much less close study than they merit 77 For Africa, some useful pointers can be found in Ranger, “The Invention of Tradition Revisited”; Crawford Young, “The End of the Post‐Colonial State in Africa?” African Affairs (): 23–49; Anne Booth, “West Africa in the Southeast Asian The exhibition shares the name of the famous book by Peter Fryer, Staying Power: simply look to Africa and the Caribbean for cultural inspiration.
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