DEADLINE EXTENDED for Special Issue of The Black Scholar on Race, Blackness, and the Dominican Republic
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PROGRAMA DE INVESTIGADORES VISITANTES
INSTITUTO DE ESTUDIOS DEL CARIBE
FACULTAD DE CIENCIAS SOCIALES
UNIVERSIDAD DE PUERTO RICO
RECINTO DE RIO PIEDRAS
SLAVERY & ABOLITION: TABLE OF CONTENTS
"A Missed Opportunity? The Founding, Postcolonial Realities, and the Abolition of Slavery" by Matthew Mason
(Director) Andrea E. Leland. Yurumein (Homeland). January 2014. 50-minute documentary / DVD format / 4:3 aspect ratio / surround sound.
Reviewed by MAXIMILIAN FORTE (Concordia University) Published on H-Caribbean (June, 2014) Commissioned by Audra Abbe Diptee
Resistance, Rupture, and Repair: The Story of the Caribs of St. Vincent in the Caribbean
Hilary McD. Beckles. Britain's Black Debt: Reparations for Slavery and Native Genocide. Jamaica: University of West Indies Press, 2013. 292 pp. $70.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-976-640-349-2.
Reviewed by Jason Michelakos (York University) Published on H-Caribbean (June, 2014) Commissioned by Audra Abbe Diptee