1 edition of Caribbean literature in a global context found in the catalog.
Caribbean literature in a global context
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Funso Aiyejina & Paula Morgan.|
|Contributions||Aiyejina, Funso., Morgan, Paula.|
|LC Classifications||PR9210.A515 C37 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||359 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||359|
|LC Control Number||2008475142|
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings Criticism, interpretation, etc Congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Caribbean literature in a global context.
Books shelved as caribbean-literature: Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys, The Brief Caribbean literature in a global context book Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Díaz, A House for Mr Biswas by V.S. A central theme in Caribbean literature is the process of Creolization, a term describing a process of mixing old traditional cultures with new modern elements of an inherited culture.
This word developed in the Caribbean countries, where, as a result of colonization, people from African, European and Caribbean cultures mixed together. Caribbean literature is the term generally accepted for the literature of the various territories of the Caribbean region.
Literature in Caribbean literature in a global context book specifically from the former British West Indies may be referred to as Anglo-Caribbean or, in historical contexts, West Indian literature, although in modern contexts the latter term is rare.
Most of these territories have become. Book Description. Caribbean Literature in English places its subject in its precise regional context. The `Caribbean', generally considered as one area, is highly discrete in its topography, race and languages, including mainland Guyana, the Atlantic island of Barbados, the Lesser Antilles, Trinidad, and Jamaica, whose size and history gave it an early sense of separate nationhood.
Faculty of Humanities English Department Doctoral Program in English Course Title: Caribbean Literature and Languages in a Global Context: Africa and the Caribbean in the Poetry of Kamau Brathwaite Course Code: INGL Number of Class/Credit Hours: 45 Hours/3 Credits Prerequisites, Corequisites, and Other requirements: NoneFile Size: 94KB.
Funso Aiyejina (born ) is a Nigerian poet, short story writer, is the former Dean of Humanities and Education (until his retirement in ) and current Professor Emeritus at the University of the West Indies. His collection of short fiction, The Legend of the Rockhills and Other Stories, won the Commonwealth Writers' Prize, Best First Book (Africa).Alma mater: Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile.
The Caribbean ranks among the earliest and most completely globalized regions in the world. From the first moment Europeans set foot on the islands to the present, products, people, and ideas have made their way back and forth between the region and other parts of the globe with unequal but inexorable force.
An inventory of some of these unprecedented multidirectional exchanges, this volume. New Caribbean Studies series seeks to contribute to Caribbean self-understanding, to intervene in the terms of global engagement with the region, and to extend Caribbean Studies' role in reinventing various disciplines and their methodologies well beyond the Caribbean.
Book Anglophone Literature of Caribbean Indenture. Klein, A. The Routledge Reader in Caribbean Literature is an outstanding compilation of over seventy primary and secondary texts of writing from the Caribbean. Locating key writers within a specifically Caribbean framework, the editors Alison Donnell and Sarah Lawson Welsh demonstrate that these singular voices have emerged not out of a cultural void or sparse literary background, but out of a wealth of.
This book analyses the theme of community in seven French Caribbean novels in relation to the work of the French philosopher Jean-Luc Nancy.
The islands' complex history means that community is a central and problematic issue in their literature, and underlies a range of other questions such as political agency, individual and collective subjectivity, attitudes towards the past and the future Author: Molly Poremski.
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Caribbean literature often incorporates aspects of the cultures, practices, and spiritualities of the African Diaspora. Within Caribbean literature, one can often find searches for or celebration.
Common Knowledge Book awards 13 Best Caribbean novels. Book awards: 13 Best Caribbean novels Best Works of Literature by Piero Scaruffi. The Telegraph's novels everyone should read. Books You Must Read Before You Die. WH Smith Literary Award.
Books in. the context of this paper, the Caribbean challenge of maintaining its cultural identity in the face of increasingly influential global norms, especially American hegemonic practices, will be assessed.
This paper will argue that the Caribbean identity is an unintended consequence of globalisation. In our recently published book, Latin America and the Caribbean in the Global Context: Why care about the Americas.
we turn this question around. Rather than assuming Latin America and the Caribbean’s marginal role in global politics, we ask why, and to what extent, does the region—collectively and its individual countries—matter in world.
The Specificity of Caribbean Literature Luigi Sampietro. In a more limited context, the Caribbean basin is the place where Western literary forms, clearly inseparable from the development of the languages in which those forms came to be articulated, can be ideally compared, in terms of expressivity, with literary forms in which these same.
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Product Information. Caribbean Women Writers and Globalization offers a fresh reading of contemporary literature by Caribbean women in the context of global and local economic forces, providing a valuable corrective to much Caribbean feminist literary criticism. The Routledge Reader in Caribbean Literature is an outstanding compilation of over seventy primary and secondary texts of writing from the Caribbean.
Locating key writers within a specifically Caribbean framework, the editors Alison Donnell and Sarah Lawson Welsh demonstrate that these singular voices have emerged not out of a cultural void or.
Reconsidering the Caribbean as an origin-point of the modern global system means more than an understanding of the Caribbean’s role in the world. It means understanding the world’s role in the Caribbean, the constant back and forth movement of people, ideas, and things, and the intricate interplay of forces at work in shaping economies.
Congotay. A Global History of Caribbean Food” Digest: a ournal of Foodways and Culture:1 (): n. pag.> American Folklore Society and other creolized religious cultures, carnival celebrations, and family and everyday life in appropriate context of countries within the French, English, Spanish, and File Size: KB.
A Poetics of Solidarity in Global Francophone Literatures Julie-Françoise Tolliver From the s to the s, the idea of independence inspired radical changes across the French-speaking world.
In The Quebec Connection, Julie-Françoise Tolliver examines the links and parallels that writers from Quebec, the Caribbean, and Africa imagined to.
Matthew Whittle is a Teaching Fellow in Contemporary and Postcolonial Literature at the University of Leeds, UK. He has published journal articles and book chapters on post-war British and Caribbean literature, decolonization, postcolonial studies, and contemporary : Palgrave Macmillan UK.
ENGL Caribbean Literatures and Languages in a Global Context Credit hours: 3 Description: This umbrella course has different manifestations depending on the professor offering it in a given semester.
ENGL Research in Caribbean Literature and Linguistics Credit hours: 0. The Sociocultural Context of Caribbean Women Caribbean Women’s Early Struggles Caribbean and elsewhere. A full-blown global economic and financial crisis has Caribbean literature, art, and popular cul-ture have influenced countries around the world.
Caribbean Literature The following entry presents criticism on authors and works of Caribbean literature. The Caribbean has long been considered a politically, culturally, and linguistically. Caribbean children’s literature, when read in the U.S., is a form of multicultural literature that offers American children windows into Caribbean cultures and experiences.
Also, let’s not forget that Caribbean and Caribbean-American people make up a small but growing and significant percentage of the American population.
European Literature(s) in the Global Context: Literatures for Europe English and the Language of Others Multicultural or Multilingual Literature: A Swedish Dilemma?Author: Ottmar Ette.
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It doesn’t help that I have chosen to blog on a book published (in its final Irish Literature in Transition, – This pathway of our MA Literary Studies degree aims to introduce you to a wide range of texts and issues in the literature of the Caribbean and the Caribbean diaspora to highlight significant movements relative to the social, political and historical contexts impacting upon these new literatures.
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Similarly, Caribbean literature, art, and popular culture have had global influences. 1 1. Understanding the Contemporary Caribbean. Bringing together the most exciting recent archival work in anglophone, francophone, and hispanophone Caribbean studies, Raphael Dalleo constructs a new literary history of the region that is both comprehensive and innovative.
He examines how chan.