UNESCO General History of the Caribbean: v. 6 General History of the Caribbean Methodology and Historiography of the Caribbean (General History of the

UNESCO General History of the Caribbean: v. 6 General History of the Caribbean Methodology and Historiography of the Caribbean (General History of the

By: B. W. Higman (editor)Hardback

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The principal objective of this volume of the "General History of the Caribbean" is to provide a survey of the development of historical understanding in the region. It also seeks to point to the future, setting out a new agenda and reflecting on the potential of new methods and interpretations. There are three sections. The first examines sources of historical evidence and the techniques used to study them for the purpose of writing Caribbean history. In the second, the historiography of the region is treated thematically, tracing the changes in the interpretation of the past. The third is devoted to the historiography of particular territories and history-writing in all its branches.

Contents

The development of historical disciplines in the Caribbean, B.W. Higman; linguistics and the oral tradition, Mervyn C. Alleyne; documentary evidence, David Buisseret; economic interpretations of Caribbean history, Hilary McD. Beckles; gender in Caribbean history, Jean Stubbs; ideology in Caribbean history, Laennec Hurbon; nationalism and imperialism in Caribbean history, James Millette; race, ethnicity and class in Caribbean history, Franklin W. Knight; slavery and emancipation in Caribbean history, Francisco A. Scarano; labour movements in Caribbean history, Kusha Haraksingh; regional histories, Bridget Brereton; historiography of Cuba, Fe Iglesias Garcia; historiography of the Dominican Republic, Roberto Cassa; historiography of Puerto Rico, Fernando Pico; historiography of Haiti, Michel-Rolph Trouillot; historiography of Jamaica, Howard Johnson; historiography of the Leeward Islands and the Virgin Islands, Margaret Rouse-Jones; historiography of Barbados, the Windward Islands, Trindad and Tobago, and Guyana, Woodville Marshall and Bridget Brereton; historiogrpahy of Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles, Gert Oostindie and Rosemarijn Hoefte; historiography of the French Antilles and French Guyana, Anne Perotin-Dumon and Serge Mam-Lam-Fouck; historiography of the Bahamas, Turks and Caicos Islands, Cayman Islands and Belize, Michael Craton; modes of dissemination, B.W. Higman.

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  • ISBN13: 9780333724606
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 964
  • ID: 9780333724606
  • weight: 1815
  • ISBN10: 0333724607

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