1 edition of Caribbean popular culture found in the catalog.
Caribbean popular culture
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by John A. Lent.|
|Contributions||Lent, John A.|
|LC Classifications||F1609.5 .C37 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||157 p. :|
|Number of Pages||157|
|LC Control Number||90083084|
Its history is rich with culture and evolution, helping to tell the story of Jamaica's past. Due to its depth and extensive coverage, this book is the most complete and up to date encyclopedia about reggae, mento, ska, rocksteady, and dancehall music on the market : Joshua Youngblood. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: XXIV, Seiten: Diagramme ; 23 cm: Contents: Globalisation and diasporic identity among West Indians / Percy C. Hintzen --Why we should not pair 'local' with 'culture' or 'global' with 'capitalism' / Daniel Miller --From the metropole to the equator: carnival consciousness between New York and Trinidad / Philip W. Scher.
Music, Popular Culture, Identities is a collection of sixteen essays that will appeal to a wide range of readers with interests in popular culture and music, cultural studies, and ethnomusicology. Organized around the central theme of music as an expression of local, ethnic, social and other identities, the essays touch upon popular traditions and contemporary forms from several different. Sir Henry Morgan (c. – 25 August ) was a Welsh pirate, privateer and made himself famous during activities in the Caribbean, primarily raiding Spanish settlements. He earned a reputation as one of the most notorious and successful privateers in history, and one of the most ruthless among those active along the Spanish Main.
Popular culture in the caribbean. The Caribbean region is a collection of small island countries and each island’s culture is different from the other, as it has been influenced by either European colonialists or African slaves or the native Indian tribes. Islands of Empire is about the aftermath and popular-culture afterlife of U.S. empire in the current, former, or protocolonies of Hawaiʻii, Guam, Puerto Rico, the Philippines, and Cuba. Each place had its "moment in the sun" of intense yet transitory visibility in popular culture, to borrow the title of John Sayles's novel set during the first.
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Caribbean Popular Culture goes into the impact of music and how it represents the culture. This book has input from numerous resources to portray the island life and how music contributes to the culture. Globalisation, Diaspora and Caribbean Popular Culture chronicles the emergence and metamorphosis across centuries, of a variety of Caribbean expressions, and documents the restructuring of social relations through expressive : Paperback.
Caribbean Popular Culture: Power, Politics and Performance examines the Caribbean popular - an idea that has been an important and contested terrain for exploring the dynamic and oftentimes subversive cultural expressions of the : Paperback. Wake the Town & Tell the People: Dancehall Culture in Jamaica Norman C.
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In recent years, book-length studies on Caribbean popular culture seem to be on a rise. In the not-so-recent past, most of the literature on the topic was, if atAuthor: Emiel Martens. "Noises in the Blood theorizes aspects of Caribbean popular culture in an exciting and new manner."—Selwyn R.
Cudjoe, Wellesley College "Carolyn Cooper’s book is lively, stimulating, challenging, witty, and by: Created from the renowned holdings of the Library Company of Philadelphia, Caribbean History and Culture,is the largest and most significant collection of its kind.
More than 1, fully cataloged and searchable books, pamphlets, almanacs, broadsides and ephemera cover the history of this broad region from the 16th century to the early 20th century.
Caribbean culture – Caribbean languages, religions, festivals, art forms, values, customs, sports, and other forms of self-expression – is dynamic. Shaped by the historical experience of their people, their faith, and their creativity, it continues to be shaped by their creative energies and other influences.
Book Reviews Caribbean Popular Culture. John A. Lent (ed.). Bowling Green OH: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, pp. (Cloth US$Paper US$ ) John Stewart Afro- American and Black Studies Program University of California Davis CAU.S.A. This collection of ten essays is presented as an introduction to.
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Caribbean Popular Culture: Power, Politics and Performance examines the Caribbean popular - an idea that has been an important and contested terrain for exploring the dynamic and oftentimes subversive cultural expressions of the region.
The Caribbean popular arts, whether embodied in the hybrid musical genres or vernacular performance and Format: Paperback. 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 popular culture.
Bowling Green, Ohio: Bowling Green State University Popular Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors /. Books shelved as caribbean-history: Mosquito Empires: Ecology and War in the Greater Caribbean, by John Robert McNeill, A Short Account of the.
(). Caribbean Popular Culture: Power, Politics and Performance. Caribbean Quarterly: Vol. 63, The Caribbean Stage: From Traditional Theatre to Modern Performances Author: Marsha Pearce. A general research database that includes both popular magazines and scholarly journals.
Offers academic and trade journals, popular magazines as well as some books, reports, and websites. The database features PDF content going back as far aswith the majority of full text titles in native (searchable) PDF : Joshua Youngblood.
Get this from a library. Caribbean popular culture: power, politics and performance. [Yanique Hume; Aaron Kamugisha;] -- "Examines the Caribbean popular--an idea that has been an important and contested terrain for exploring the dynamic and oftentimes subversive cultural expressions of the region.
The Caribbean popular. In English-speaking popular culture, the modern pirate stereotype owes its attributes mostly to the imagined tradition of the 18th century Caribbean pirate sailing off the Spanish Main and to such celebrated 20th century depictions as Captain Hook and his crew in the theatrical and film versions of J.
Barrie's children's book Peter Pan, Robert Newton's portrayal of Long John Silver in the film. ERLACS – European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies is an Open Access, scientific journal. It publishes peer-reviewed articles in English and Spanish. Contributions reflect substantial empirical research and/or are theoretically innovative with respect to major debates within social science research (understood in the broadest sense, including history and economics) on Latin Author: Emiel Martens.
Food in the Caribbean reflects both the best and worst of the Caribbean's history. On the positive side, Caribbean culture has been compared with a popular stew there called callaloo. The stew analogy comes from the many different ethic groups peacefully maintaining their traditions and customs while blending together, creating a distinct new flavor.The term Caribbean culture summarises the artistic, musical, literary, culinary, political and social elements that are representative of Caribbean people all over the world.
The Caribbean's culture has historically been influenced by that of African, Amerindian, Indian And European traditions. As a collection of settler nations, the contemporary Caribbean has been shaped by waves of.
This insightful book introduces the most important trends, people, events, and products of popular culture in Latin America and the Caribbean. In recent times, Latin American influences have permeated American culture through music, movies, television, and literature.