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Gender Studies

ENGENDERING CARIBBEAN HISTORY

CROSS CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES – A Student Reader Engendering Caribbean History begins with an introduction to the diverse approaches used by historians to explore the history of women in the Caribbean. It is followed by a theoretical discussion on the construction of women’s history representative of the multiple experiences of women in Africa, Britain and the Caribbean. By: Verene A. Shepherd   

$45.00

Poverty is a Person

Human Agency, Women and Caribbean Households In Poverty is a Person, Theresa Ann Rajack-Talley, in a participatory approach to development studies, raises the voices of those usually muted in poverty research.  Author: Theresa Ann Rajack-Talley

$22.95

Sex, Power & Taboo

Gender and HIV in the Caribbean and Beyond In the Caribbean sexuality has never been a topic for public discussion. Previously relegated to theatrical innuendo, musical lyrics and other popular forms of cultural expression, the HIV and AIDS pandemic have now thrown this taboo subject centrestage. Author: Dorothy Roberts, Rhoda Reddock, Dr Dianne Douglas & Dr Sandra Reid

$35.00