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CQ Volume 62, Nos. 3 & 4 (September-December 2016)

CARIBBEAN LITERACY ARCHIVES (Guest editor: Alison Donnell)


CONTENTS


INTRODUCTION

  • Alison Donnell

 

  • FEATURE ARTICLES 

  • Tell Me Where to Look: The Lost and Alienated Manuscripts of West Indian Writers – Kenneth Ramchand
  • Making Connections: Stories from the UWI St Augustine Literary Archives – Lorraine Nero

     

  • Private Notes Made Public: An Essay – Monique Roffey

     

  • The Bibliographical Collections and Archives of the Fundación Alejo Carpentier, Cuba – Armando Raggi Rodríguez and Rafael Rodríguez Beltrán, translated by Par Kumaraswami
  • Placing Césaire: Some Considerations on Cartography and Enumerative Bibliographies – Alex Gil
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  • Writing the Haitian Earthquake and Creating Archives – Rachel Douglas

     

  • Naipaul’s Letters Between a Father and Son (and Mother and Sister) – Nicholas Laughlin

     

  • Refashioning Caribbean Literary Pedagogy in the Digital Age – Leah Rosenberg

     

  • Of Libraries, Anniversaries and Archives: A Grenada Library Story – Merle Collins

 

VISUAL ARCHIVES

The Archive Collection of Le Centre d’art in Haiti: From Recovery to Valorisation after the 2010 Earthquake – Louise Perrichon Jean

  

ARCHIVE GEMS

The Problems and Crises of the West Indian Writer at Home – Andrew Salkey

BOOK REVIEW ESSAY

Olive Senior's The Pain Tree: Tales of Flight and of Belonging – Anthea Morrison

 

BOOK REVIEWS

  • W. Adolphe Roberts (ed. Peter Hulme), These Many Years: An Autobiography – Reviewed by F.S.J. Ledgister
  • Erna Brodber, Nothing’s Mat – Reviewed by Stephanie Koathes
  • Gail Porter Mandell, Angel Creek: Where the River Meets the Sea – Reviewed by Diana Thorburn
  • Clinton A. Hutton, Michael A. Barnett, D.A. Dunkley, and Jahlani A.H. Niaah, eds., Leonard Percival Howell and the Genesis of Rastafari – Reviewed by Charles V. Carnegie
  • Clinton A. Hutton, Colour for Colour, Skin for Skin: Marching with the Ancestral Spirits Into War Oh at Morant Bay – Reviewed by F.S.J. Ledgister
  • Colin Clarke, Race, Class and the Politics of Decolonization – Reviewed by Elizabeth Thomas-Hope
  • Joshua R. Hyles, Guiana and the Shadows of Empire: Colonial and Cultural Negotiations at the Edge of the World – Reviewed by Bridget Brereton
  • Linda M. Rupert, Creolization and Contraband: Curaçao in the Early Modern Atlantic World – Reviewed by James Robertson

 

Notes on Contributors

 

Books for Review

To view the list of books for review, click here.

 

Submission Guidelines

 

 

 

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