Title

Freedom in Black History and Culture

ISBN

9780963378477

Document Type

Book

Publication Date

2001

Abstract

Papers presented at a Symposium on Freedom in Black History held February 1996 at the Portland State University, Portland, Oregon, USA.

Contents:

Secrets of Maroon heroism, as pioneer freedom fighters of the African Diaspora E. Kofi Agorsah -- Freedom of this World: Circum-Caribbean fiction as Latin American metaphor / Frederick Nunn -- Freedom as a continuing process in Dutch Caribbean History and culture / Jay B. Haviser -- Black woman in the public eye: an ethno-anthropological perspective -- Genesis of freedom in Ghana: the spark that set the African continent ablaze / Kwaku Mensah -- Liberation struggles of Jamaican livestock farms during and after slavery / Verene Shepherd -- Freedom through economic integration / Francis Wambalaba -- Determined to be free: marronage and freedom in Mauritius / Satyendra Peerthum -- Equity in South African higher education : institutional pressures and freedom / Ridwan Nytagodien and Lorenzo Morris -- Freedom voices from the past: experience of apprentice women in South Africa / Satteeanund Peerthum -- Land ownership and economic freedom among pot slavery plantation societies in the Caribbean / Veronica Dujon

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/29522

Publisher

© 2001 Arrow Point Press

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