Colonial West Indian Students in Britain

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University of the West Indies Press, 2001 - Education - 291 pages
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This volume looks at the experience of colonial students in Britain and the reaction of British society to them. It explores the students' problems with the colonial officials, their social experiences, their university experiences and their political involvement.
 

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Contents

The Nature of the Problem
1
The Problem of Discrimination
22
The Student and the University
69
The Student and the Sex Problem
84
The Relationship with the Colonial Office
98
The West Indian Students Union WISU
127
Relations between the WISU and Other Organizations
168
The Communists and the Colonials
182
Colonial Student Hostels and the Problem of Housing
208
The Colonial Student in Broader Perspective
245
Conclusions and Recommendations
260
Notes
276
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