Race and nationalism in Trinidad and Tobago a study of decolonization in a multiracial society by Selwyn D. Ryan

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Published by University of Toronto Press in [Toronto, Buffalo] .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Trinidad and Tobago,
  • Trinidad and Tobago.

Subjects:

  • Decolonization -- Trinidad and Tobago.,
  • Trinidad and Tobago -- History.,
  • Trinidad and Tobago -- Race relations.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Book details

Statement[by] Selwyn D. Ryan.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF2121 .R92 1972
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 509 p.
Number of Pages509
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5709822M
ISBN 100802052568, 0802000959
LC Control Number70185735

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It spans the period to and is of great importance to. Author Bio. Louis Regis is a former Senior Lecturer in Literatures in English in the Department of Literary Cultural and Communication Studies at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine.

His major publications are Black Stalin Kaisonian (Mona: Arawak, ), The Political Calypso: True Opposition in Trinidad and Tobago (Mona: UWI Press and University Press of Florida. Race and nationalism in Trinidad and Tobago: a study of decolonization in a multiracial society Author: [by] Selwyn D.

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MLA Citation. Ryan, Selwyn D. Race and nationalism in Trinidad and Tobago: a study of decolonization in a multiracial society [by] Selwyn D. Ryan University of Toronto Press [Toronto, Buffalo] Trinidad is geologically part of the mainland continent of South America but separated from it by eleven miles of sea and river water.

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The climate is tropical. RACE AND COLOR IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO by Nakeba Stewart Introduction Throughout the world ethnicity has been (and still is) a critical factor in elements of social importance and everyday communal activities.

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Ryan, Race and Nationalism in Trinidad and Tobago: A Study of Decolonization in a Multiracial Society. Toronto: University of Toronto Press,pp. xvi, - Volume 8 Issue 4 - W.J. KontakAuthor: W.J. Kontak. Race and Nationalism in Trinidad and Tobago: A Study of Decolonisation in a Multi-racial Society by Selwyn D.

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Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: Race, ethnicity and nationalism in Trinidad and Tobago --Black nationalism in song --Masters of malice?--The anatomy of controversy --Towards building a nation through song --Conclusion raphy (Calypsoes with year released or performed).

Abstract. In the spring ofa new set of icons adorned the brightly colored carnival procession that snaked through the streets of Port-of-Spain, the capital city of Trinidad and e portraits of Malcolm X, Eldridge Cleaver, and Stokely Carmichael proclaimed solidarity with what had become known throughout much of the world as “Black Power.”Author: Nico Slate.

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The nation-state of Trinidad and Tobago offers a unique nation-space, as Homi K Bhabha would say, for the study of the forces and ideologies of nationalism. This book reveals how this ethnically diverse nation, independent for less than forty years, has provided fertile ground for the creative tension between the imagination of the writer and.

Interestingly, his foray into existential issues of race, ethnicity, religion, and nationalism has not stymied his trademark prosaic rhythm, although here, it is hurried, and uneven at times. But for good reason.

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Race and ethnicity are seen as either being subsumed by this discourse or are entirely ignored as incidental to this type of political thought. In Ethnicity, Class and Nationalism: Caribbean and Extra-Caribbean Dimensions specialists writing on the Caribbean form of the nation-state place race and ethnicity along with class in its proper.

Professor Selwyn V.D. Ryan is the author of over 25 books, including Race and Nationalism in Trinidad & Tobago (University of Toronto Press), The Disillusioned Electorate, Sharks and Sardines, Winner Takes All, The Westminster Experience in the Caribbean, Deadlock, Ethnicity and Electoral Competition, The Biography of Dr.

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Ryan, Selwyn D. () Race and Nationalism in Trinidad and Tobago: A Study of Decolonization in a Multiracial Society. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Google ScholarCited by: 8. Nationalism has reasserted itself today as the political force of our times, remaking European politics wherever one looks.

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This book reveals how this ethnically diverse nation, independent for less than forty years, has provided fertile ground for the creative tension between the imagination of the writer and the official discourse on nationalism.

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Pathways to Power -Indians and the Politics of National Unity in Trinidad & Tobago: Author. Selwyn Ryan. Synopsis. This book attempts to identify some of the paths that were taken by the descendants of Indians who came to Trinidad and Tobago in and thereafter, as they sought TO come to terms with the challenges of their new environment.

The nation-state of Trinidad and Tobago offers a unique case for the study of the forces and ideologies of nationalism. This book reveals how this ethnically diverse nation of people of African, East Indian, Syrian, Chinese, Portuguese, French and English descent has provided fertile ground for the creative tension between the imagination of the writer in his or her search for a habitable text Author: Stefano Harney.

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1, The Case for Party Politics in Trinidad and Tobago. For studies of race and politics in Trinidad and Guyana see Selwyn Ryan, Race and Nationalism in Trinidad and Tobago: a study of de-colonization in a multi-racial society (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, ) Google ScholarAuthor: Colin Clarke.

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“Symbolic Ethnic Conflict”: Ethnicity and Trinbagonian Identity Tricia Ferdinand Indiana University Ethnicity is a key site of symbolic conflict in Trinidad and Tobago because of its role in the hegemonic practices promulgated by the nation's former colonizers.

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