Issues

SX 58: 03.2019

SX 58: 03.2019

Metro Media 2

Preface: Badiou in Jamaica?
David Scott
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Silences and Specters: Haiti, the British Empire and the 1904 Commemorations of Independence
Jack Webb
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On Ecstatic-Aesthetic Universality—In Zong!
Daniel Benjamin 

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From ‘Cockfight’ to Polyrhythm: Writing Difference on the Island of Hispaniola
Paul Emiljanowicz
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The Jamaican 1970s 
Guest editor, Donette Francis


Interim Time: Recasting the Revolutionary Jamaican 1970s
Donette Francis
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Reading the Jamaican 1970s as Political Thriller: Lessons from Pop Fiction
Rachel Mordecai
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“Black Man Time Now”: Race, Class and Culture in 1970s-Based Jamaican Fiction
Kim Robinson-Walcott
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The Jamaican Left: Dogmas, Theories, and Politics, 1974-1980
Rupert Lewis 
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The Jamaican 70s and its influence on the making of Black Britain 
Eddie Chambers
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The Body and Performance in 1970s Jamaica: Toward a Decolonial Cultural Method
Honor Ford-Smith
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‘The Word is Love’: Michael Manley’s Style of Radical Political Will
David Scott
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Visualities 
May You Live in Interesting Times
Phillip Thomas
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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
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Thy Neighbor’s Slave Society:  Rethinking Comparison in the History of Caribbean Slavery
Laura Rosanne Adderley
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Slavery, Freedom, and the Work of Speculation
Ada Ferrer
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