Caribbean Political Thought: Theories of the Post-colonial State

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Aaron Kamugisha
Ian Randle Publishers, 2013 - Caribbean Area - 517 pages
Caribbean Political Thought: Theories of the Post-Colonial State reckons with the vast body of radical work and thought on the post-colonial Caribbean state. It focuses on the period after the Second World War, when a significant number of Caribbean countries gained their independence, and the character of the region's post-colonial politics had become clear. The survey of political thought in this collection is divided into four sections: theories of the post-colonial state, theorizing post-colonial citizenship, Caribbean regionalism and political culture. Includes contributions from: Walter Rodney  Ernesto Sagás  Percy Hintzen  Michel-Rolph Trouillot  Carl Stone  Brian Meeks  CY Thomas  George Danns  M. Jacqui Alexander Norman Girvan  George Belle  Eudine Barriteau  Hilbourne Watson  Tracy Robinson  Obika Gray  Patricia Mohammed  Charles Mills  C.L.R. James  Frantz Fanon  Stuart Hall  Edouard Glissant  Archie Singham  Eric Williams  Rupert Lewis  Jack Dahomay  George Lamming  Erna Brodber  Sylvia Wynter  Arthur Lewis  Patsy Lewis  Havelock R.H. Ross-Brewster

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