Paradise Overseas: The Dutch Caribbean : Colonialism and Its Transatlantic Legacies
Macmillan Caribbean, 2005 - Caribbean Area - 204 pages
Presents a tour around the main themes of Dutch Caribbean history and its contemporary legacies. Drawing on expertise in Caribbean and Latin American studies, this work posits an analysis of the Dutch Caribbean in a comparative framework. It is aimed at historians, anthropologists and political scientists alike.
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