SX 58: 03.2019

SX 58: 03.2019

Metro Media 2

Preface: Badiou in Jamaica?
David Scott


Silences and Specters: Haiti, the British Empire and the 1904 Commemorations of the Centenary of Independence
Jack Webb


On Ecstatic-Aesthetic Universality—In Zong!
Daniel Benjamin 


From Dominican-Haitian ‘Cockfight’ to Polyrhythmic Counterpoint: Writing Difference on the Island of Hispaniola
Paul Emiljanowicz


The Jamaican 1970s 
Guest editor, Donette Francis

Interim Time: Recasting the Revolutionary Jamaican 1970s
Donette Francis


Reading the Jamaican 1970s as Political Thriller: Lessons from Pop Fiction
Rachel Mordecai


“Black Man Time Now”: Race, Class and Culture in 1970s Jamaica
Kim Robinson-Walcott


The Jamaican Left: Dogmas, Theories, and Politics, 1974-1980
Rupert Lewis 


Reading the Seventies in a Different Stylie: Dub, Poetry and the Urgency of Message
Brian Meeks 


The Jamaican 70s and its influence on the making of Black Britain 
Eddie Chambers


Decolonization, the body and performance in the 1970s
Honor Ford-Smith


‘The Word is Love’: Michael Manley’s Style of Radical Political Will
David Scott


May You Live in Interesting Times
Phillip Thomas


Book Discussion: Ada Ferrer’s Freedom’s Mirror: Cuba and Haiti in the Age of Revolution
“He Was a Lion, and He Would Destroy Much:” A Practical and Speculative School of Revolutionary Politics
Sara E. Johnson


Thy Neighbor’s Slave Society:  Rethinking Comparison and Interconnection in the History of Caribbean Slavery
Laura Rosanne Adderley


Slavery, Freedom, and the Work of Speculation
Ada Ferrer