Rethinking Caribbean Difference
Psychology Press, 1998 - Social Science - 254 pages
Rethinking Caribbean Differenceexplores the effects of race and ethnicity, class and linguistic variation on gender issues and gender ideologies in the Caribbean. The papers in this issue include: Women's Organizations and Movements in Commonwealth Caribbean; InSearch of our Memory: Gender in the Netherlands Antilles; Gendered Testimonies: Autobiographies, Diaries and Letters by Women in Caribbean History; Gender Systems and the Project of Modernity in the Post-colonial Caribbean; Is There an International Feminism?; Shattering DevelopmentalistIllusions: Challenges for the Feminist Movement in Puerto Rico; Gender and International Relations: Issues for the Caribbean; Masculinity and the Dance of the Dragon: Reading Lovelace Discursively.
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