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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

Royal Caribbean Blog

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Come explore the many facets of a Royal Caribbean cruise vacation. The RoyalCaribbeanBlog Podcast covers everything from the Royal Caribbean cruise ships to activities, excursions, planning your cruise vacation and more.
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Carry On Friends has an unmistakable Caribbean-American essence. Hosted by the dynamic and engaging Kerry-Ann Reid-Brown, the podcast takes listeners on a global journey, deeply rooted in Caribbean culture. It serves as a melting pot of inspiring stories, light-hearted anecdotes, and stimulating perspectives that provoke thought and initiate conversations. The podcast invites guests who enrich the narrative with their unique experiences and insights into Caribbean culture and identity. With ...
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Pilots of the Caribbean Podcast

Alan Gabriel

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The Pilots of the Caribbean podcast is a weekly show about drones and the people that use them for fun, research or business in the Caribbean. In each episode, we'll cover a wide range of topics, including: How to use drones for business, fun, and research. New business opportunities in the drone industry. Regulatory changes affecting drone pilots. Exciting ways to take your interest in drones to the next level. We'll also feature interviews with drone pilots from around the Caribbean, who w ...
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Are you passionate about Caribbean history, its diverse culture, and its impact on the world? Join Strictly Facts: A Guide to Caribbean History and Culture as we explore the rich tapestry of Caribbean stories told through the eyes of its people – historians, artists, experts, and enthusiasts who share empowering facts about the region’s past, present, and future. Strictly Facts is a biweekly podcast, hosted by Alexandria Miller, that delves deep into the heart and soul of the Caribbean, cele ...
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Caribbean Radio Show Crs Radio Network

CRS Radio Network

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Welcome to CRS Radio Station - The Knowledge Station, the ultimate online destination for #CaribbeanMusic and #CaribbeanCulture. We are a live and free internet radio station that broadcasts 24/7 from around the world, featuring the best of #Reggae, #Calypso, #Samba, #Gospel, #HipHop, #Dancehall and #AfricanMusic from various #CaribbeanIslands and #CaribbeanCountries. But we are more than just music. We also offer you a variety of shows that showcase the #CaribbeanIslandCulture, such as live ...
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Caribbean Creatives

Caribbean Creatives

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We speak to some of the Caribbean's biggest movers and shakers as they share creative insights, cross cultural adventures and how to help you get creatively disruptive! From the Caribbean by The Caribbean!
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Welcome to Caribbean Storytime with your host Yolanda Marshall. Tune into various discussions about our beautiful culture, books, Authors, recipes and everything Caribbean. Your children will enjoy reading with Miles, on Caribbean Storytime. Email: CaribbeanStorytime@gmail.com
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Caribbean Connection

Marc Destine

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Hey you guys , This is Marc Destine with the Caribbean Connection , Where I connect you to Different cultures and perspectives that’s captivating. With the help of friends , I’ll sit down and have the Opportunity to shine a light on them and their own stories.
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Caribbean Mentors

Joel Millington chats with industry experts from the Caribbean

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Caribbean Mentors is a podcast for Caribbean people or persons interested in Caribbean businesses and the people behind them. Every Monday Joel Millington would be interviewing industry experts from the Caribbean as they highlight their journey. If you are looking for inspiration, motivation and advice from persons who are from the Caribbean then this podcast delivers.
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The Country Caribbean

Country Caribbean

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The Country Caribbean is a culture commentary and WI (west Indian) experience podcast. Join Lynn weekly as she gives her interesting take on all things culture. From 90s kids tingz, mom life, iconic black content & more. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/lynn-b4/support
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The Caribbean Kingz

The Caribbean Kingz

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We are deep house DJs though we accommodate other genres. Please like and follow us for more music. Booking details. Contact: +27813092586 Email: thecaribbeankingz@gmail.com Facebook: @thecaribbeankingz Twitter: DCaribbeankingz
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Caribbean Clubhouse

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Find out why today more and more golf fanatics (like me) who love to travel to the Caribbean or are thinking about it are looking for more than just the traditional golfing holiday.
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Caribbean Property Investing

Anselm Mathurin

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Hear real life experiences of successful Caribbean property entrepreneurs. Learn about their successes, challenges and strategies to help you create wealth and achieve financial freedom through property investing.
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Caribbean Mystics

Paulina Creque and Gabrielle Querrard

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The Caribbean Mystics Podcast features true supernatural stories that take place in the Caribbean region. Told from first person perspective, these stories reveal the extensive unexplainable phenomenon that occurs in this region of the world. Hosts Paulina and Gabrielle, join together at the end of each story to provide key historical background, cultural context, and meaningful elaboration through their lenses of being ancestral Virgin Islanders and Caribbean Mystics.
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The Caribbean Science Fiction Network

Jarrel De Matas

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Want to learn more about Caribbean fantasy, folklore, speculative, and science fiction? Interested in established and emerging Caribbean voices about all things sf? Then tune in to The Caribbean Science Fiction Network. In this podcast I showcase emerging and established Caribbean voices who use sf genres to explore future states of Caribbean identity. Through these genres, the writers redefine Caribbean futurity and what it means to be Caribbean. Follow on Instagram and Twitter: @caribbeans ...
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Caribbean Football Weekly

Caribbean Football Weekly

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Welcome to Caribbean Football Weekly - your audio hub for all things Caribbean football. Every Monday, the presenters Simon Preston, Santokie Nagulendran and Nathan Carr talk through the latest news and stories with occasional special guests and exclusive interviews. From Jamaica to Puerto Rico and Haiti to Anguilla, we have all bases covered.
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Detailed conversations on unique investment opportunities in the Caribbean. From finding companies to purchase at prices below book value to establishing businesses with high return on investing capital to securing gorgeous real estate properties for investments or personal use. I get down to the granular details on investing and doing business in the Caribbean. Get ready to be acquainted with unique deals in a virgin territory.
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Caribbean Dance Radio

DJ PhG

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Every week Caribbean Dance Radio brings you the best and latest tunes in Dancehall, Reggae, and Roots. In a true sound system fashion Caribbean Dance Radio drops exclusive releases, dubplates, remixes, and 45s in an unforgettable style and pattern. Visit caribbeandanceradio.com for past show archives, mixtapes, and more.
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DJ Play has been in the industry for over 15 years spinning in venues around the globe including his hometown of Toronto, Regina, Seattle, Cuba, New York and Miami. With a flair for caribbean music such as soca, reggae, dancehall and chutney, DJ Play is truly versatile being able to throw down the best of top 40, hip hop, house, bollywood, bhangra, and even country music!
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Our Vision Caribbean and Latino Filmmaker Podcast 🎥🎙️

Charles Alleyne and Dr. Christopher C. Odom, MFA, PhD

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🎥🎙️ Welcome to the “Our Vision Caribbean and Latino Filmmaker Podcast” hosted by Charles Alleyne and Dr. Christopher C. Odom. This podcast is sponsored by the “Our Vision Caribbean and Latino Film Festival” which is dedicated to ensuring that Caribbean and Latino filmmakers and artists a have a voice that’s heard and a wide audience to showcase their work. The “Our Vision Caribbean and Latino Film Festival ” is the only combined Caribbean and Latino Film Festival that is Oscar-qualifying for ...
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This podcast focuses on Haitian and Caribbean immigrant communities in the United States. We talk about immigration, economics, politics, culture, and other important topics that impact our daily lives. If you're curious about the rich Caribbean culture and want to stay updated on Caribbean immigrant communities in the US, give it a listen. The podcast covers various subjects, from history and culture to politics, economics, and the immigrant experience. It offers a unique perspective on Hai ...
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This weeks show starts off with classics from The Mighty Diamonds, The Itals, Don Carlos, Culture, Cornel Campbell, Johnny Osbourne, Al Campbell, John Holt & Alton Ellis, Garth Dennis, Gene Rondo, Augustus Pablo, Judah Eskender Tafari, The Gladiators, Breezy & Prince Phillip, Black Uhuru, Ini Kamoze, and Martin Campbell. New music this week comes f…
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I got a chance to preview the new Royal Railway Utopia Station restaurant coming to Utopia of the Seas and wanted to share with you my early thoughts! Share with me your thoughts, questions and comments via... Twitter: @therclblog Facebook: /royalcaribbeanblog YouTube: royalcaribbeanblog Email: matt@royalcaribbeanblog.com Leave a voicemail: (408) 6…
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Ep15 - Ever dreamed of soaring through the skies? ✈️ Virtual Flight Trinidad is using cutting-edge flight simulators to introduce people to the world of aviation and spark a passion for flight! In this episode of The Pilots of the Caribbean Podcast, we dive deep with Virtual Flight Trinidad to explore: The incredible capabilities of virtual flight …
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Edited by Benjamin Bryce and David Sheinin, Race and Transnationalism in the Americas (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2021), highlights the importance of transnational forces in shaping the concept of race and understanding of national belonging across the Americas, from the late nineteenth century to the present times. The book also examines how …
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In this week’s episode, we dig deep into the roots of equity with Jeremy Edwards - Founder & Executive Director of The Silver Lining Foundation, by exploring how education can be leveraged as a powerful tool to promote diversity and inclusion in Caribbean societies for social change. Thanks for listening! Check out our website (www.rootsofequity.co…
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HOPETON D. BROWN Many people struggle to determine their calling in life, laboriously trying different things like a piece of clothing, looking to find what fits. But there are others that emerge fully formed, in full command of their life, their identity and their future. Hopeton Brown fits firmly in the latter category. His ongoing community acti…
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With the West Indies Championship over all eyes are on the make up of the West Indies test squad to tour England. Which players have done enough to force their names into the squad but more importantly than that how many place realistically exist on the touring squad to England Machel and Santokie jumped in the hot seat to analyse like only the Car…
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Tracks: Song One Pa Mi Nganga by Eddie Bullen & Joaquin Nunez Hidalgo Song Two No Letting Go by Wayne Wonder Song Three Couple Up by Konshens Song Four Full of Vibe By Marge Blackmann and Voice Song Five Go Dung By Major Lazer ft Kes Song Six Hurtin Me by Steflon Don and French Montana Song Seven Heart of Jamaica by Natel Song Eight Government Boot…
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Send us a text message and tell us your thoughts. Join us for a riveting discussion with Dr. Shani Roper, Curator at the University of West Indies Museum, as we celebrate a monumental event—the homecoming of the Jamaican Giant Galliwasp from Scotland, an emblem of natural heritage that's been away since the 1850s. The stirring tale of this lizard's…
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Send us a Text Message. Have you ever felt like a yellow tulip in a sea of pink, daring to stand out yet unsure if you should? Join me as I share my challenges of trying to fit in when I naturally stand out. This episode isn't just about me; it's about all of us who've navigated the complexities of fitting in and shining as our true selves. We'll e…
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Dalton, Christin, and Lisa discuss the final bit of material from the seminar, including Perry Henzell's The Harder They Come, Edward Baugh's "The West Indian Writer and His Quarrel with History," and The Wailers' album Burnin'.โดย John E. Drabinski
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🎙️ On this episode, we speak with actor, filmmaker, and screenwriter Javier Carreón. We also discuss Carreón’s latest work, a short film entitled, “Dulce Sabor [Sweet Hesitation]” and the art and craft of writing, directing, and producing short films. ABOUT Javier Carreón 🎬 Javier graduated from Actors Studio of Orange County and El Set. Carreó…
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This weeks show starts off in a 90's style with music from Garnet Silk, Charlie Caplin, Cocoa Tea, Sizzla, Luciano, and Buju Banton. Also in the early runnings you will hear classic selections from Barry Brown, Brent Dowe, Earl Sixteen, Freddie McKay, Keith Hudson, Icho Candy, Tenor Saw, Cornell Campbell, Simple Simon, The Paragons, Dawn Congo, Eve…
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In nineteenth-century Santiago de Cuba, the island of Cuba's radical cradle, Afro-descendant peasants forged freedom and devised their own formative path to emancipation. Drawing on understudied archives, this pathbreaking work, Patchwork Freedoms: Law, Slavery, and Race beyond Cuba's Plantations (Cambridge UP, 2022) unearths a new history of Black…
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Calista is back from her first sailing on Icon of the Seas and gives her review of this brand new ship. Share with me your thoughts, questions and comments via... Twitter: @therclblog Facebook: /royalcaribbeanblog YouTube: royalcaribbeanblog Email: matt@royalcaribbeanblog.com Leave a voicemail: (408) 6ROYAL6 You can subscribe to the Royal Caribbean…
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This week’s guest, Dr Gabrielle Hosein - Senior Lecturer at the University of the West Indies St. Augustine Institute for Gender & Development Studies (IGDS), sheds light on how the intricacies of gender roles in Caribbean society can better inform strategy and policy. Thanks for listening! Check out our website (www.rootsofequity.com) and follow u…
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Join us live tonight, our guess tonight is Terrius Watson we will talk about his award-winning career as a director. Director/Producer @orgentv, @realbigvision, with co-host Tony Holtonhttps://my.blogtalkradio.com/tools/#/my-episodes/edit?episode=12337218 Special guess Adrew D Dixon, Rhoda Arrindell, Clink here…
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Tracks: Song One Sunny Side Up Eddie Bullen & Joaquin Nunez Hidalgo Song Two No Letting Go by Wayne Wonder Song Three Stay So by Busy Signal Song Four Spring Garden on Fire by Ras Iley Song Five Its Carnival by Destra Garcia and Machel Montano Song Six Rum Song by Pluto Shervington Song Seven Palace by JW and Blaze…
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Natural disasters and the dire effects of climate change cause massive population displacements and lead to some of the most intractable political and humanitarian challenges seen today. Yet, as Maria Cristina Garcia observes in State of Disaster: The Failure of U. S. Migration Policy in an Age of Climate Change (UNC Press, 2022), there is actually…
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This weeks show starts off with classics from Johnny Clarke, Earl Sixteen, Barry Brown, The Revolutionaries, The Natural Ites, Alric Forbes, Peter Tosh, Bob Marley, Dr. Alimantado, Sugar Minott, Trevor Byfield, Delroy Denton and the Silvertones, The Mighty Diamonds, and Dennis Bovell. New music this week comes from Mortimer, Nadia MaAnuff, Sadiki, …
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Emma joins me on this week's episode to talk about how to approach planning your very first European cruise Check out Emma's YouTube channel for more helpful advice! Share with me your thoughts, questions and comments via... Twitter: @therclblog Facebook: /royalcaribbeanblog YouTube: royalcaribbeanblog Email: matt@royalcaribbeanblog.com Leave a voi…
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Some of the more than 200 Indians who arrived in Jamaica on a charter flight from Dubai told immigration officials that they had travelled to the island for a five-day tour,but checks of their itineraries revealed coverage for only one day. Gleaner immigration sources confirmed on the weekend that anomalies were initially picked up with travel arra…
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In this week’s episode, Dawn Nelson - Corporate Services VP at the Trinidad & Tobago IFC explores how financial inclusion and equity intersect and how financial institutions can ensure that they are inclusive and accessible, driving financial empowerment for marginalised communities. Thanks for listening! Check out our website (www.rootsofequity.co…
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In Haitian Vodou, spirits impact Black practitioners' everyday lives, tightly connecting the sacred and the secular. As Eziaku Atuama Nwokocha reveals in Vodou En Vogue: Fashioning Black Divinities in Haiti and the United States (UNC Press, 2023), that connection is manifest in the dynamic relationship between public religious ceremonies, material …
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Listen in live as we speak to Mr. Julian Stevens a dad and a baseball instructor, Julian is also the dad to JUJU Stevens D1 baseball player at Missouri Baseball. We will also talk with Gregory Bryant of the Priery View A@M about, talk about the advantages of HBU schools. click and joinโดย CRS Radio Network
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This weeks show starts off with new music from Linval Thompson, Luciano, Perfect Giddimani, Beenie Man with Natural Black, and Kingston Express featuring Earl Sixteen. Also in the early mix you will hear classics from Winston Francis, Ronnie Davis, Jacob Miller, Don Carlos, The Twinkle Brothers, Earl Cunningham, Joy White, Sang Hugh, Delroy Wilson,…
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The Sandinista Revolution and its victory against the Somoza dictatorship in Nicaragua gripped the United States and the world in the 1980s. But as soon as the Sandinistas were voted out of power in 1990 and the Iran Contra affair ceased to make headlines, it became, in Washington at least, a thing of the past. In The Sandinista Revolution: A Globa…
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Say the name Lawrence 'Yagga' Rowe and West Indians of a certain vintage will regale you with tales of his graceful stroke play and of course the 302 in 1974. However when Lawrence Rowe captained the two rebel tours to apartheid South Africa few would imagine that in 2024 he would still not have been forgiven by the Jamaican government. In a Caribb…
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Royal Caribbean has plans for two Royal Beach Clubs (Nassau and Cozumel). What are they and what can you expect? Share with me your thoughts, questions and comments via... Twitter: @therclblog Facebook: /royalcaribbeanblog YouTube: royalcaribbeanblog Email: matt@royalcaribbeanblog.com Leave a voicemail: (408) 6ROYAL6 You can subscribe to the Royal …
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Send us a text message and tell us your thoughts. Joined by Mr. Kevin Farmer of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society, we explore identity, cultural preservation, and the journey of Caribbean museums from colonial-era institutions to centers that shape national consciousness and safeguard heritage. Mr. Farmer's insights illuminate the evolutio…
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Send us a Text Message. Carry On Friends has been a journey! As the host, I've sometimes felt the weight of creation on my shoulders, balancing life's incessant demands with crafting meaningful content for you, the listeners. In today's heartfelt reflection, I unwrap the struggles and triumphs of this journey. A pivotal conversation with Helena, be…
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This week's guest, Maria Daniel - Partner at EY Trinidad & Tobago, taps into the roots of equity by sharing real-world examples, practical steps and invaluable advice for setting goals and achieving results in today's ever-changing business landscape. Thanks for listening! Check out our website (www.rootsofequity.com) and follow us on socials: Face…
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A discussion of Edward Baugh's essay "The West Indian Writer and His Quarrel with History," Perry Henzell's The Harder They Come, and The Wailer's masterpiece album Burnin'.โดย John E. Drabinski
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Kayna, Dalton, and Abby discuss the Creolist's response to Maryse Condé's critical remarks on the créolité movement, thinking through questions of nation, time, and identity.โดย John E. Drabinski
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A discussion of Maryse Condé's essay "Order, Disorder, Freedom, and the West Indian Writer" and the critical interview "Créolité Bites" with Jean Bernabé, Patrick Chamoiseau, and Raphaël Confiant, with particular emphasis on the relationship between literature, identity, and diaspora.โดย John E. Drabinski
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In Nature's Wild: Love, Sex, and Law in the Caribbean (Duke UP, 2021), Andil Gosine engages with questions of humanism, queer theory, and animality to examine and revise understandings of queer desire in the Caribbean. Surveying colonial law, visual art practices, and contemporary activism, Gosine shows how the very concept of homosexuality in the …
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Tracks: Song One Pa Mi Nganga by Eddie Bullen & Joaquin Nunez Hidalgo Song Two Year for Love by Voice Song Three Shellings by Alison Hinds Song Four Splinters by Shal Marshall Song Five Stay So by Busy Signal Song Six Socca Kingdom by Machel Montano and SuperBlue Song Seven Flairy by Ding Dong Song Eight Natural Mystic by Bob Marley Song Nine The O…
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