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Author: Shalini Puri

Title: Race, Rape, and Representation

Subtitle: Indo-Caribbean Women and Cultural Nationalism

Journal: Cultural Critique

Volume: -

Issue: 36

Year: Spring 1997

Pages: 119-163

ISSN: 0882-4371 – Find a Library: WordCat | eISSN: 1534-5203 – Find a Library: WordCat

Language: English

Keywords: 20th Century | Trinidadian History | Representations: Music



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Author: Shalini Puri, Department of English, University of Pittsburgh

Contents:

  The Stereotype in Colonial Discourse (p. 120)
  Early Pro-PNM Black Nationalist Discourse (p. 122)
  Conservative Indo-Trinidadian Discourse on the Dougla (p. 127)
  Facing the Music: Gender, Cultural Nationalism, and Calypso (p. 133)
  Writing a Dougla Feminism: Ramabai Espinet's "Barred: Trinidad 1987" (p. 144)
  Conclusions: Dougla Poetics and Resistant Identities (p. 155)
  Notes (p. 157)
  Works Cited (p. 162)