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Karib: Nordic Journal for Caribbean Studies
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Journal
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18 Publications
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OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)
OAI-PMH
http://www.karib.no/jms/index.php/up/oai/

 

  • Visual Skin, Virtual Masks: Frantz Fanon’s Legacy and the Caribbean

    Hurley, E. Anthony (2015)
    This essay explores the question of Frantz Fanon’s relevance to the contemporary Caribbean in the context of his views, articulated in Peau noire, masques blancs and Les Damnés de la terre, on the psychological legacy of the violence of colonialism and his proposed solution for psychological and political decolonization. In the 21st century context, technological advances in the area of communication extend the promise of a brave new world, which minimizes or even erases the importance of an ...

    Editorial

    Kullberg, Christina; Ohldieck, Hans Jacob (2014)
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    Open Access to Research on the Caribbean

    Kullberg, Christina; Ohldieck, Hans Jacob (2017)

    Survey: Is there a Caribbean discourse today?

    Editor, The (2014)
    As the first issue of Karib is dedicated to the concept of the archipelagic, we have invited scholars to answer one or both of the following questions: “Is the idea of a Caribbean discourse relevant in your work?” And: ”Do you think that there is a current Caribbean discourse, and if so, how has it evolved since the publication of Glissant’s Le Discours antillais in 1981?” The idea behind such an invitation has been to shed light upon the various ways in which the Caribbean region may be (re-...
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