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Anthropology of the Caribbean

What can the Caribbean mean? Where is it found? Who does it speak to? And what does it say? - Thoughts, convictions and knowledge from a Caribbean cultural perspective

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Freedom and Power in the Caribbean: The Work of Gordon K. Lewis

Started by Stacy A A Hope Nov 25, 2009.

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Comment by Ishmael Smith on June 5, 2009 at 4:13pm
observations = queries
Comment by Ishmael Smith on June 5, 2009 at 4:12pm
My question with regards to inclusion of The Bahamas rests on a number of observations:

1. Do Bahamians consider themselves a part of the Caribbean

2. Do persons in the Greater Caribbean (East and Central) consider The Bahamas a part of the Caribbean or are they some boundary other, or maybe even "fictive kin"

3. Can The Bahamas be considered as a part of the Caribbean reason when just as Bermuda it is physically situated in The Atlantic, as opposed to the Caribbean sea

4. Does The Bahamas' historical development affect whether it meets criteria to be inclusive given that plantocracies never developed given its environment and it's inability to sustain long periods of intensive agricultural development

... think I'll stop there... brain freeze (chuckle)
Comment by Ishmael Smith on June 1, 2009 at 3:45am
Is The Bahamas included in the scope of "Caribbean"?

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