Caribbean Migration: Globalized Identities

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Mary Chamberlain
Taylor & Francis, Mar 11, 2002 - History - 288 pages
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This anthology represents important and original directions in the study of Caribbean migration. It takes a comparative perspective on the Caribbean people's migratory experiences to North America, Europe, and within the Caribbean. Using a multi-disciplinary approach, the book discusses:
* the causes of migration
* the experiences of migrants
* the historical, cultural and political processes
* issues of gender and imperialism
* the methodology of migration studies, including oral history.

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Mary Chamberlain is emeritus professor of Caribbean history at Oxford Brookes University in the United Kingdom. In addition, she is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, a member of the advisory group of the Raphael Samuel History Centre, and a member of the United Kingdom government's Caribbean Advisory Group (1998-2002). She is former editor of the Transaction Memory and Narrative series, which now has over fifteen volumes in print.

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