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cover General History of the Caribbean

Volume V: The Caribbean in the Twentieth Century

Editor: Bridget Brereton
Co-editors: Teresita Martínez-Vergne, René A. Römer and Blanca G. Silvestrini

Multiple History series

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25,00 € €

Livre, 788 pages, illustrations, figures, maps, tables, plates, biblio., index

Format: 23.5 x 15.7 cm (paperback)

2004, 978-92-3-103359-9

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The major objective of Volume V of the UNESCO General History of the Caribbean is to provide an account and interpretation of the historical development of the region from around 1930 to the end of the century.
Within its compass are the ‘turbulent thirties’, including the Cuban Revolution of 1933 and the labour protests in the British Caribbean of 1934–39; the strategic position occupied by the region during the Second World War; the development of proletarian movements and trade unions and their links with political parties; decolonization; political evolution in the French and Dutch Caribbean, and the ‘turn to the left’ made in the 1970s by a number of Anglophone Caribbean countries, notably Grenada. Also examined are the Castro Revolution and its aftermath to the 1990s; ethnicity and race consciousness and their effects in uniting or dividing communities and nations; international relations and regional co-operation; changes in social and demographic structures (including the role and status of women); education, migration and urbanization; and the beliefs and cultural experiences which underpin Caribbean identity.
The final chapter provides an overall survey of changes in the quality of life in the Caribbean during the twentieth century.

Also available:
Volume I: Autochthonous Societies
Volume II: New Societies: The Caribbean in the Long Sixteenth Century
Volume III: The Slave Societies of the Caribbean
Volume IV: The Long Nineteenth Century: Nineteenth Century Transformations
Volume VI: Methodology and Historiography of the Caribbean

MOTS CLES · Caraïbes · Histoire · Histoire contemporaine · Histoire culturelle · Histoire de l'éducation · Histoire économique · Histoire politique · Histoire sociale

 
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