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Downtown Ladies: Informal Commercial Importers, a Haitian Anthropologist and Self-Making in Jamaica (Women in Culture and Society)
The Caribbean “market woman” is ingrained in the popular imagination as the archetype of black womanhood in countries throughout the region. Challenging this stereotype and other outdated images of black women, Downtown Ladies offers a more complex picture by documenting the history of independent international traders—known as informal commercial importers, or ICIs—who travel abroad to import and export a vast array of consumer goods sold in the public markets of Kingston, Jamaica.77% (8)
Both by-products of and participants in globalization, ICIs operate on multiple levels and, since their emergence in the 1970s, have made significant contributions to the regional, national, and global economies. Gina Ulysse carefully explores how ICIs, determined to be self-employed, struggle with government regulation and other social tensions to negotiate their autonomy. Informing this story of self-fashioning with reflections on her own experience as a young Haitian anthropologist, Ulysse combines the study of political economy with the study of individual and collective identity to reveal the uneven consequences of disrupting traditional class, color, and gender codes in individual societies and around the world.
Oriental Rug Persian Kashan
This rug is hand-knotted in or near the city of Kashan. It measures 9'8" x 5'. The pile is wool and the foundation is cotton. It's age is estimated to be 25 -30 years. It is in very good condition. If you have a question please contact me thru flickr mail or just leave it in comments.Shalom Brothers
Shalom Brothers Inc. is one of the world's most innovative importer and manufacturer of fine handmade oriental rugs. USA headquarters is located in midtown Manhattan New York, with showroom in Atlanta, and international design and production operations in China, India, and Pakistan.
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