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    Island PeopleThe Caribbean and the WorldCanongate
    USA IMPORT HARDBACK BOOK 400+ pages 60% OFF!!In this fascinating travelogue, the product of almost a decade of travel and intense study, Joshua Jelly-Schapiro...
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    Dub : Soundscapes and Shattered Songs in ReggaeBy Michael E. VealWesleyan University Press
    USA IMPORTGreat book on Dub. Michael Veal has also written an excellent book on Fela Kuti and wrote the sleevenotes for Studio One Dub 2 on Soul Jazz...
    TambúCuraçao's African-Caribbean Ritual and the Politics of MemoryIndiana University Press
    USA IMPORT PAPERBACK 60% OFF!!!! DEEP STUFF! As contemporary Tambú music and dance evolved on the Caribbean island of Curaçao, it intertwined sacred...
    Divine HorsemenThe Living Gods Of Haiti by Maya DerenDocumentext
    First published in 1953, Maya Deren's famous account of the Haitian deities, practitioners and rituals of Voudoun was written with the special insight...
    Wake the Town and Tell the People:Dancehall Culture in Jamaica - By Norman StolzoffDuke University
    This is the one essential book on Dancehall (after Soul Jazz Records' "Dancehall", of course). A seriously in depth anthropological study of Jamaican Dancehall....
    Voodoo IslandMichael DuckworthOxford
    This is written as a childrens short story about voodoo in Haiti. It's simple, not War and Peace but we like the simplicity and clear style of writing,...
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    John Crow's DevilBy Marlon JamesOneworld
    The debut novel of the winner of the Man Booker Prize 2015.With language as taut as classic works by Cormac McCarthy, and a richness reminiscent of early...
    More Axe 8By Ray HurfordMuzik Tree
    Roots book featuring articles on Lynn Taitt, U Roy, Max Romeo, Earl 16, Dwight Pinkney, Winston Grennan, Admiral Tibbet, Clevie Browne and Hedley Jones....
    The Dead YardA Story Of Modern JamaicaFaber and Faber
    Jamaica used to be the source of much of Britain's wealth, a tropical paradise for the planters, a Babylonian exile for the Africans shipped to the Caribbean....
    Mastering ChristianityMissionary Anglicanism and Slavery in the Atlantic WorldOxford University Press
    Beginning in 1701, missionary-minded Anglicans launched one of the earliest and most sustained efforts to Christianize the enslaved people of Britain's...
    PostcolonialismsCaribbean Rereading of Medieval English DiscourseUniversity of the West Indies Press
    OVER £15 OFF! Caribbean revisioning of British literature is well established in creative work where it expresses itself in rewriting and writing...
    An Hard Man Fe Dead - Who And What Is Mr Brown?!Ray HurfordMuzik Tree
    About 45 years ago the Wailers sang about 'Mr Brown' the song related the story of the Coffin that travelled around various parts of Jamaica accompanied...
    Modern BlacknessNationalism, Globalization, and the Politics of Culture in JamaicaUniversity of the West Indies Press
    Modern Blackness is a rich ethnographic exploration of Jamaican identity in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Analyzing nationalism,...
    World Of ArtCaribbean ArtThames & Hudson
    A collection of examples of the work of over 100 Caribbean artists with text explaining the history of Caribbean art, the 20th century art schools which...
    African CaribbeansA Reference GuideGreenwood Press
    The African Diaspora left an indelible imprint on Caribbean countries and islands. This reference, the only broad historical and cultural survey of the...
    Lee 'Scratch' Perry - Kiss Me NeckThe Scratch Story In Words, Pictures And RecordsCherry Red Books
    With more than 1,000 releases to Lee "Scratch" Perry's name in some form or other, there is a wealth of material for fans and collectors to immerse themselves...
    Nanny's Asafo WarriorsThe Jamaican Maroon's African ExperienceIan Randle Publishers
    In 1975, Nanny was declared the first, and is so far the only female National Hero in Jamaica. This was seen as a breakthrough in acknowledging the historical...
    Farewell, Fred VoodooA Letter From HaitiSimon & Schuster
    USA HARDBACK BOOK - HARDBACK CURRENTLY £40 on Amazon! Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award for Autobiography, this is a brilliant writer’s...
    Jean And DinahA Lordstreet Lime by Tony Hall1st Books
    Sung by the Mighty Sparrow in 1956, the calypso 'Jean And Dinah' was a male response to the influence of the occupying Yankees on local girls in the post...
    Bacchanalian SentimentsMusical Experiences and Political Counterpoints in TrinidadDuke University Press
    Trinidad is known for its vibrant musical traditions, which reflect the island's ethnic diversity. Soca is a dance music derived from calypso,...
    Faces Of The Caribbean By John GilmoreLatin American Bureau
    Few areas of the world contain as much diversity - cultural, political, social - as the Caribbean. With a history marked by conquest, slavery and superpower...
    Belize And It's IdentityA Multicultural PerpectiveNew Africa Press
    This work is about Belize from a historical and contemporary perspective. Once known as British Honduras, Belize is the only English-speaking country in...
    More Axe 4By Ray HurfordMuzik Tree
    The More Axe series continues with edition No.4 that concentrates on the early rootsy dancehall scene 1979 onwards in Jamaica. Not only did the music change,...
    The EmperorDownfall Of An AutocratPenguin
    After the deposition of Haile Selassie in 1974, which ended the ancient rule of the Abyssinian monarchy, Ryszard Kapuscinski travelled to Ethiopia and...
    More Axe 9Interviews From The Culture Reggae ArchiveMuzik Tree
    New book from The Small Axe Crew, Collecting interviews with Soul Defenders, Leroy Sibbles, Larry Marshall, Earl 'Bagga' Walker, Cedric Im Brooks and many...
    Martha Brae's Two HistoriesEuropean Expansion And Caribbean Culture-Building In JamaicaUniversity Of North Carolina Press
    Located at the gateway to the New World in the plantation heartlands of the Americas, the settlement of Martha Brae, Jamaica, has witnessed the unfolding...
    Main Currents In Caribbean ThoughtThe Historical Evolution of Caribbean Society in Its Ideological Aspects, 1492 - 1900 University Of Nebraska Press
    A deep insight into the multicultural origins of Caribbean society, defining and tracing the evolution of the distinctive ideology that has arisen from...
    The Imagined IslandHistory, Identity And Utopia In HispaniolaUniversity Of North Carolina Press
    In a landmark study of history, power and identity in the Caribbean, Pedro L. San Miguel examines the historiography of Hispaniola, the West Indian island...
    On Becoming CubanIdentity, Nationality and CultureUniversity Of North Carolina Press
    Rich cultural ties between Cuba and the United States influence Cuban's sense of themselves. With this masterful work, Louis A. Perez Jr. transforms...
    The Struggle For Democratic Politics In The Dominican RepublicUniversity Of North Carolina Press
    Over the past several decades, the Dominican Republic has experienced striking political stagnation in spite of dramatic socioeconomic transformations....
    The Negro In The CaribbeanEric WilliamsA&B Books Publishers
    Prime minister of Trinidad and Tobego from 1961 to his death in 1981 wrote this groundbreaking scholarly study of the Afro-Caribbean history, when he was...
    Afro-Cuban Diasporas In The Atlantic WorldBy Solimar OteroUniversity Of Rochester Press
    Solimar Otero's book explores how Yoruba and Afro-Cuban communities moved across the Atlantic between the Americas and Africa in successive waves in the...
    Migration And VodouIncludes CD!University Press Of Florida
    With an accompanying cd, this book provides a rare insight into the innovative ways a community of Haitian migrants in South Florida has maintained religious...