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CARIBBEAN THOUGHT


ASSOCIATIONS

CONFERENCES

2012:

2011:

  • The Crisis of Public Education and the Transformation of Society, Shifting the Geography of Reason VIII, Caribbean Philosophical Association, Rutgers University, September 28-30

2010:

2009:

2008:

  • Usage, Application and Development of the Languages of the Caribbean and Guianas, Society for Caribbean Linguistics, French Guiana, July 28-31
  • 32nd Annual Conference, Society for Caribbean Studies, University of Edinburgh, July 2-4
  • M. G. Smith and the Emergence of Social Anthropology and Social Theory in the Caribbean and Beyond, Centre for Caribbean Thought, University of the West Indies, Mona, Department of Africana Studies, Brown University and the University  of California, Los Angeles, June 11-14
  • Shifting the Geography Reason V: Intellectual Movements, Caribbean Philosophy Association, Universite des Antilles-Guyane, June 4-7
  • Annual Meeting, Association of Caribbean Historians, Paramaribo, Suriname, May 11-16
  • Creole Histories, Histoires Creoles: Practices and Poetics, French Atlantic History Group, Montreal, May 1-3
  • Virtual Caribbeans, Cuban and Caribbean Studies Institute, and Stone Center for Latin American Studies, Tulane University, February 27-March 1

2007:

  • Aspects of Freedom, Conversations III, Cave Hill Philosophy Symposium (CHIPS) 2007, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, August 9-10
  • 31st Annual Conference, Society for Caribbean Studies, London Metropolitan University, July 4-6
  • Shifting the Geography of Reason IV: Intellectual Movement, Caribbean Philosophy Association, University of the West Indies, Mona, June 27-30

2006:

2005:

2004:

  • Our America: Transnational Utopias and the Haitian Revolution in Caribbean and Latin American Culture, Afro-Romance Institute for Languages and Literatures of the African Diaspora and Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Missouri, Columbia, November 4-6

  • Re-Interpreting the Haitian Revolution and its Cultural Aftershocks, 1804-2004, Department of Liberal Arts, UWI, St. Augustine, June 16-18

  • Shifting the Geography of Reason, Inaugural Meeting, Caribbean Philosophy Association, Accra Beach Hotel, Barbados, May 19-22

  • Beyond the Islands: Extending the Meaning of Caribbean Cultures, Programme in Louisiana and Caribbean Studies, Louisiana State University, April 21-24

  • Cross-Culturalism and the Caribbean Canon, Faculty of Humanities and Education, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, January 7-10

2003:

2002:

2001:

2000:

1997:

COURSES

JOURNALS

PERSONS

In Chronological Order:

By School of Thought:

By Topic:

SOURCES: PRIMARY

Off-Line:

  • Anthologies:

    • Socio-Historical Context:

    • General:

      • Hearne, John, ed.  Carifesta Forum: an Anthology of Twenty Caribbean Voices.  Kingston: Institute of Jamaica, 1976.

      • Meeks, Brian,  and Folke Lindahl, eds.  New Caribbean Thought.  Kingston: UWI Press, 2001.

      • Torres, Nelson Maldonado, ed.  New Caribbean PhilosophyCaribbean Studies 33.2 (2005).  [contents here]

    • Colonialist Perspectives:

    • Schools of Thought:

      • Continental Philosophy:

        • Marxism:

        • Phenomenology / Existentialism / Hermeneutics:

        • Psychoanalysis:

          • Richardson, Michael, ed.  Refusal of the Shadow: Surrealism and the Caribbean.  Trans. Krzysztof Fijalkowski and Michael Richardson.  London: Verso, 1996.

        • Post-Structuralisms:

    • Sub-Regions:

      • Cuba:

      • Haiti:

        • Arthur, Charles, and Michael Dash, eds.  Libete: a Haiti Anthology.  Princeton: Markus Weiner, 1999.

    • Topics:

      • Communication:

        • Linguistics:
          • Balutansky, Kathleen M., and Marie-Agnès Sourieau, eds.  Caribbean Creolization: Reflections on the Cultural Dynamics of Language, Literature, and Identity.  Kingston: UWI Press, 1998.
      • History:

      • Human Being:

      • Knowledge:

        •  

      • Metaphilosophy:

      • Morality:

        •  

      • Nature:

        •  

      • Religion:

        •  

      • Society:

        • General:

          • Lewis, Sybil, and T. G. Matthews, eds.  Caribbean Integration: Papers on Social, Political and Economic Integration.  Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico: Institute of Caribbean Studies, University of Puerto Rico, 1967. 

        • Anthropology:

        • Cultural Studies:

        • Economics:

          • Eastern Caribbean Central Bank.  Economic Theory and Development Options for the Caribbean: the Sir Arthur Lewis Memorial Lectures, 1996-2005.  Kingston: Ian Randle, 2007.

          • Girvan, Norman, and Owen Jefferson, eds.  Readings in the Political Economy of the Caribbean.  Kingston: New World, 1971.

        • Law:

        • Politics:

          • Hall, Kenneth O., and Denis Benn, eds.  Governance in the Age of Globalisation.  Kingston: Ian Randle, 2003.

          • Henke, Holger, and Fred Reno, eds.  Modern Political Culture in the Caribbean.  Kingston: UWI Press, 2003.

          • Ryan, Selwyn, and Anne-Marie Bissessar, eds.  Governance in the Caribbean.  2002.

        • Sociology:

          • Barrow, Christine, and Rhoda Reddock, eds.  Caribbean Sociology: Introductory Readings.  Princeton: Markus Weiner, 2002.

          • Craig, Susan, ed.  The Contemporary Caribbean: a Sociological Reader.  2 Vols.  Port of Spain: Susan Craig, 1982.

          • Heiss, Jerold, ed.  Readings on the Sociology of the Caribbean.  New York: MSS Educational, 1970.

  • Selected Individual Works:

    • Socio-Historical Context:
    • General:
      • Condé, Maryse.  "O Brave New World."  Research in African Literatures 29.3 (1998): 1-7.

      • Nardal, Paulette.  "Eveil de la conscience de race."  La Revue du Monde Noir 6 (1932): .
        • "The Awakening of Race Consciousness."  Trans. T. Denean Sharpley-Whiting.  Race Ed. Robert Bernasconi.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2001.  107-111.
      • Retamar, Roberto Fernandez.  "Caliban" and Other Essays.  Trans. Edward Baker.  Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1989.

      • Retamar, Roberto Fernandez.  "Caliban: Notes Towards a Discussion of Culture in our America."  Casa de las Americas 68 (1971): .  Rpt. in The Massachussetts Review (1971): 7-26. 

      • Scholes, T. E. S.  Sugar and the West Indies.  London: Elliott Stock, n. d.

      • Scholes, T. E. S.  Glimpses of the Ages: or, the 'Superior' and 'Inferior' Races so-called, Discussed in the Light of Science and History.  2 Vols.  London: John Long.

        • Vol. 2.  1908.

        • Vol. 1.  1905.

      • Scholes, T. E. S.  The British Empire and Alliances or Britain's Duties to her Colonies and Subject Races.  London: Elliott Stock, 1899.

    • Colonialist Perspectives:

      • Edwards, Bryan.  The History Civil and Commercial of the British West Indies.  5 Vols.  London: John Stockdale, 1807.

      • Froude, J. A.  The English in the West Indies: or, the Bow of Ulysses.  London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1888.

      • Long, Edward.  The History of Jamaica.  3 Vols.  London: T. Lowndes, 1774.  Rpt. London: Frank Cass, 1970.  Rpt. Kingston: Ian Randle, 2003.
    • Schools of Thought:

      • Continental Philosophy:

        • Marxism:

        • Phenomenology / Existentialism / Hermeneutics:

        • Psychoanalysis:

    • Sub-Regions:

      • Cuba:

        • Perez, Louis, Jr.  On Becoming Cuban: Identity, Nationality, and Culture.  1999.

      • Grenada:

        • Lewis, Gordon K.  Grenada: the Jewel Despoiled.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1987.

      • Haiti:

      • Puerto Rico:

        • Lewis, Gordon K.  Puerto Rico: Freedom and Power in the Caribbean.  New York: Monthly Review, 1963.

    • Topics:

      • Communication:

        • Linguistics:
          • Alleyne, Mervyn.  "African Roots of Caribbean Culture."  The Africa-Caribbean Connection: Historical and Cultural Perspectives.  Ed. Alan Gregor Cobley and Alvin Thompson.  107-122.
          • Alleyne, Mervyn.  Roots of Jamaican Culture.  London: Pluto, 1988.
          • Allsopp, Richard.  "African Linguistic Survivals in the Caribbean."  The Africa-Caribbean Connection: Historical and Cultural Perspectives.  Ed. Alan Gregor Cobley and Alvin Thompson.  144-161.

          • Bernabé, Jean, Patrick Chamoiseau, and Raphael Confiant.  Eloge de la creolité.  1989.
            • "In Praise of Creoleness."  Callaloo 13.4 (1990): 886-909.
          • Thomas, J. J.  Froudacity: West Indian Fables.  1889.
          • Thomas, J. J.  The Theory and Practice of Creole Grammar.  1869.  Rpt. London: New Beacon, 1969.
      • History:

        • Goveia, Elsa.  Slave Society in the British Leeward Islands at the End of the 18th Century.  New Haven: Yale UP, 1965.

        • Goveia, Elsa.  A Study of the Historiography of the British West Indies to the End of the 19th Century.  Mexico: , 1956.

        • Green, William A.  "The Creolization of Caribbean History: the Emancipation Era and a Critique of Dialectical Analysis."  Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 14.3 (1986): 149-164.

        • Higman, Barry W.  Writing West Indian Histories.  London: Macmillan, 1999.

        • Higman, Barry W.  "Theory, Method and Technique in Caribbean Social History."  Journal of Caribbean History 20.1 (1985-1986): 1-29.

      • Human Being:

        • Race:

          • Carew, Jan.  "Columbus and the Origins of Racism in the Americas: Part One."  Race and Class 29.4 (1988): 1-20.
          • Carew, Jan.  "Columbus and the Origins of Racism in the Americas: Part Two."  Race and Class 30 (1988): 33-58.
          • Hoetink, Harry.  “‘Colonial Psychology’ and Race.”  Readings on the Sociology of the Caribbean.  Ed. Jerold Heiss.  New York: MSS Educational, 1970.  147-151.

          • Hoetink, Harry.  Caribbean Race Relations: a Study of Two Variants.  Trans. Eva M. Hooykaas.  Oxford: OUP, 1967.

          • Mintz, Sidney W.  "Groups, Group Boundaries, and the Perception of Race."  Comparative Studies in Society and History 13 (1971): 437-450.
        • Sexuality:

      • Knowledge:

        •  

      • Metaphilosophy:

      • Morality:

        •  

      • Nature:

        •  

      • Religion:

        •  

      • Society:

        • General:

        • Anthropology:

          • Cameron, N. E.  The Evolution of the Negro.  2 Vols.  Georgetown: Argosy.

            • Vol. 2.  1934.

            • Vol. 1.  1929.

          • Mintz, Sidney W.  "Caribbean Nationhood in Anthropological Perspective."  Caribbean Integration: Papers on Social, Political and Economic Integration.  Ed. S. Lewis and T. G. Matthews.  Rio Piedras: Institute of Caribbean Studies, University of Puerto Rico, 1967.  141-154.
          • Wilson, Peter.  Crab Antics: the Social Anthropology of English-Speaking Negro Societies of the Caribbean.  New Haven: Yale UP, 1973.
        • Cultural Studies:

        • Economics:

          • Beckford, George L.  Persistent Poverty: Underdevelopment in Plantation Economies.  Oxford: OUP, 1972.

          • Demas, W. G.  West Indian Nationhood and Caribbean Development: a Collection of Papers.  [Bridgetown]: CCC Publishing, n.d.

          • Demas, W. G.  West Indian Development and the Deepening and Widening of the Caribbean.  Kingston: Ian Randle, 1997.

          • Demas, W. G.  The Economics of Development in Small Countries with Special Reference to the Caribbean.  Montreal: McGill UP, 1965.

          • Girvan, Norman.  Foreign Capital and Economic Underdevelopment.  Kingston: ISER, UWI, 1971.

        • Law:

          • McIntosh, Simeon. 

        • Politics:

          • Buddan, Robert.  Foundations of Caribbean Politics.  2001.
          • Jagan, Cheddi.  The Caribbean Revolution.  Georgetown: PPP Education Committee, 1977.
          • Jagan, Cheddi.  The West on Trial.  London: Michael Joseph, 1966.
        • Sociology:

          • Brathwaite, Lloyd.  "Social Stratification and Cultural Pluralism in the Caribbean."  Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (1960): .

          • Chevannes, Barry.  Rastafari.  Kingston: UWI Press, 1994.

          • Smith, M. G.  The Plural Society in the British West Indies.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1965.

          • Smith, Raymond T.  "Social Stratification, Cultural Pluralism and Integration in West Indian Societies."  Caribbean Integration: Papers on Social, Political and Economic Integration.  Ed. S. Lewis and T. G. Matthews.  Rio Piedras: Institute of Caribbean Studies, University of Puerto Rico, 1967.  226-258.

On-Line:

SOURCES: SECONDARY

Off-Line:

  • Anthologies:
    • Socio-Historical Context:

    • General:

      • Andic, F. M., and T. G. Matthews, eds.  The Caribbean in Transition.  Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico: Institute of Caribbean Studies, University of Puerto Rico, 1965.

      • Banchetti-Robino, Marina Paola, and Clevis Headley, eds.  Shifting the Geography of Reason: Gender, Science and Religion.  Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.

      • Hennessy, Alastair, ed.  Intellectuals in the Twentieth-Century Caribbean.  London:  Macmillan, 1992.

        • Spectre of the New Class:  the Commonwealth Caribbean.   Vol. 1.

        • Unity in Variety:  the Hispanic and Francophone Caribbean.  Vol. 2.

      • Knight, Franklin W., and Colin A. Palmer, eds.  The Modern Caribbean.  Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1989.

      • Rubin, Vera, ed.  Caribbean Studies: a Symposium.  New York: Columbia UP, 1957.

      • Rubin, Vera, ed.  Social and Cultural Pluralism in the Caribbean.  New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Science, 1960.

    • Colonialist Perspectives:

    • Schools of Thought:

      • Continental Philosophy:

        • Marxism:

        • Phenomenology / Existentialism / Hermeneutics:

        • Psychoanalysis:

    • Sub-Regions:

    • Topics:

      • Communication:

      • History:

      • Human Being:

      • Knowledge:

        •  

      • Metaphilosophy:

      • Morality:

        •  

      • Nature:

        •  

      • Religion:

        •  

      • Society:

        • General:

        • Cultural Studies:

          • Puri, Shalini, ed.  Marginal Migrations: the Circulation of Cultures within the Caribbean.  Oxford: Macmillan Caribbean, 2003.

  • Selected Individual Works:
    • Socio-Historical Context:

      • Bolland, O. Nigel.  Struggles for Freedom: Essays on Slavery, Colonialism and Culture in the Caribbean and Central America.  Kingston: Ian Randle, 1997.
      • Bolland, O. Nigel.  "Creolization and Creole Societies: a Cultural Nationalist View of Caribbean Social History."  Spectre of the New Class: the Commonwealth Caribbean.  Vol. 1 of Intellectuals in the Twentieth-century CaribbeanEd. Alistair Hennesy.  London: Macmillan, 1992.  50-79.
      • Lewis, Gordon K.  The Growth of the Modern West Indies.  London: MacGibbon and Kee, 1968.

    • General:

      • Boxill, Ian.  "Crisis of an Intellectual Tradition."  Vistas 6.2 (June-August 1999): .

      • Burton, Richard.  "KI MOUN NOU YE?  The Idea of Difference in Contemporary French West Indian Thought."  New West Indian Guide 67.1 and 2 (1993): 5-32.

      • Lewis, Gordon K.  Main Currents in Caribbean Thought: the Historical Evolution of Caribbean Society in its Ideological Aspects, 1492-1900.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1983.

      • MoraZa, Mabel, and Enrique Dussel.  Coloniality at Large.  North Carolina: Duke UP, 2008.
      • Nettleford, Rex.  "Caribbean Perspectives: the Creative Potential and the Quality of Life."  Caribbean Quarterly 17.3-4 (): .
      • Nettleford, Rex.  Inward Stretch, Outward Reach: a Voice from the Caribbean.  London: Macmillan, 1993.
      • Nettleford, Rex.   "Cultural Identity and the Arts: New Horizons for Caribbean Social Sciences?"  Inward Stretch, Outward Reach: a Voice from the Caribbean.  London: Macmillan, 1993.  49-70.
      • Nettleford, Rex.  "The Importance of History to Caribbean Self-Knowledge."  Inward Stretch, Outward Reach: a Voice from the Caribbean.  London: Macmillan, 1993.  71-79.
      • Nettleford, Rex.  Caribbean Cultural Identity: the Case of Jamaica: an Essay in Cultural Dynamics.  Kingston: Institute of Jamaica, 1978.  Rpt. Kingston: Ian Randle, 2003.
      • Nettleford, Rex.  Identity, Race and Protest in Jamaica.  New York: William Morrow, 1972.
      • Torres-Saillant, Silvio.  An Intellectual History of the Caribbean.  London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

    • Colonialist Perspectives:

    • Schools of Thought:

      • Continental Philosophy:

        • Marxism:

        • Phenomenology / Existentialism / Hermeneutics:

        • Psychoanalysis:

          • Britton, Celia.  Race and the Unconscious: Freudianism in French Caribbean Thought.  Oxford: Legenda European Humanities Research Centre, Research Monographs in French Studies 12, 2002.

    • Sub-Regions:

    • Topics:

      • Communication:

        • Linguistics:
      • History:

      • Human Being:

      • Knowledge:

        •  

      • Metaphilosophy:

      • Morality:

        •  

      • Nature:

        •  

      • Religion:

        •  

      • Society:

        • General:

          • Crichlow, Michaeline, and Patricia Northover.  Globalization and the Post-Creole Imagination: Notes on Fleeing the Plantation.  Durham: Duke UP, 2009.

        • Cultural Studies:

          • Puri, Shalini.  The Caribbean Postcolonial: Social Equity, Post-Nationalism, and Cultural Hybridity.  London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.

        • Politics:

          • Barrow-Giles, Cynthia.  Introduction to Caribbean Politics.  2005.

          • Benn, Denis.  Ideology and Political Development: the Growth and Development of Political ideas in the Caribbean, 1774 - 1983.  Kingston: University of the West Indies Institute of Social and Economic Research, 1987.  Rev. Ed. The Caribbean: an Intellectual History 1774-2003.  Kingston: Ian Randle, 2004.

          • Bogues, B. Anthony.  Caribbean Thought: History, Politics, Intellectuals.  Princeton: Markus Wiener, 2009.

          • Bogues, B. Anthony.  "Writing Caribbean Intellectual History."  Small Axe 26 (2008): 168-178.

          • Bogues, B. Anthony.  "Reflections on African American Political Thought: the Many Rivers of Freedom."  A Companion to African-American Studies.  Ed. and intro. Gordon and Jane Anna Gordon.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2006.  Also pub. as Not Only the Master’s Tools: African-American Studies in Theory and Practice.  Boulder, CO: Paradigm, 2006.  417-434.

          • Bogues, B. Anthony.  Black Heretics, Black Prophets: Radical Political Intellectuals.  London: Routledge, 2003.

          • Bogues, B. Anthony.  "Teaching Radical Africana Political Thought and Intellectual History."  Radical History Review 87 (2003):146-155.
          • Bogues, B. Anthony.  "Investigating the Radical Caribbean Intellectual Tradition."  Small Axe 4 (1998): 29-45.
          • Bogues, B. Anthony.  Black Nationalism and Socialism.  By Bogues, Kim Gordon, and C. L. R. James.  London: Socialists Unlimited [for] Socialist Workers Party, 1979.
          • Carnegie, Charles.  Postnationalism Prefigured: Caribbean Borderlands.  Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers UP, 2002.

          • Harney, Stefano.  Nationalism and Identity.

          • Meeks, Brian.  Envisioning Caribbean Futures: Jamaican Perspectives.  Kingston: UWI Press, 2007.

          • Meeks, Brian.  Narratives of Resistance: Jamaica, Trinidad, the Caribbean.  Kingston: UWI Press, 2000.

          • Meeks, Brian.  Radical Caribbean: from Black Power to Abu Bakr.  Kingston: UWI Press, 1996.

          • Meeks, Brian.  Caribbean Revolutions and Revolutionary Theory.  London: Macmillan, 1993.

          • Ramphal, Davin.  "Postmodernism and the Rewriting of Caribbean Development Thinking."  Social and Economic Studies 46.1 (1997): 1-30.

          • Ryan, Selwyn.  The Winner Takes All1999.

        • Sociology:

          • Craig, Susan.  "Sociological Theorizing in the English-Speaking Caribbean: a Review."  The Contemporary Caribbean: a Sociological Reader.  2 Vols.  Port of Spain: Susan Craig, 1982.  143-180.

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