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An Introduction to Caribbean Studies

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HUMA 2310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Geoeconomics, Collective Identity, Transculturation

The Plantation System: Slavery (17 -19 century) Pigmentocracy The colour of the skin The hierarchy shows white skin is superior . Commercial capitalism/ mercantilism Its the ealy form of capitalism a...

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HUMA 2310
maxine wood
HUMA 2310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Social Mobility, Unbridled, Verbal Behavior

Intro to Caribbean Studies Lecture 6 Plantation Society LAST WEEK - The Atlantic trade and the emergence of the plantation economy, emerges when sugars introduced. - The middle passage, brought ...

Humanities
HUMA 2310
maxine wood
HUMA 2310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Bumpa, Double Entendre, Nation Language

The Oral Tradition and Orality Intro to Caribbean Studies Lecture #2 Although the Caribbean has a shared history, there is diversity within the region. An example of this is through the language: Spanish spea...

Humanities
HUMA 2310
maxine wood
HUMA 2310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ciboney, Basket Weaving, Island Caribs

Intro to Caribbean Studies Lecture 3 FILM Yurumein (Homeland) No written record of the carib dialect. Difficult to pass on the language because of this. Indigenous Cultures Indigenous arrival in the Caribbean The land bri...

Humanities
HUMA 2310
maxine wood
HUMA 2310 Lecture Notes - Chocolate, Steelpan, Calypso Music

1 th Lecture Notes for HUMA 3305- Lecture 1, Sept. 13 2012 CALYPSO AND LANGUAGE: THE SOCIO-HISTORICAL CONTEXT Introduction The Caribb...

Humanities
HUMA 2310
David Trotman
HUMA 2310 Lecture Notes - Sugar Beet, Captaincy General Of Cuba, 6 Years

Emancipation HUMA 2310 Film: Iron in the Soul Test: Choose 4 of 6 short answers Choose 1 of 2 essay question Outline: 1. Factor that lead to emancipation 2. Apprenticeship 3. Continuities (political, econo...

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HUMA 2310
Lisa Wood

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