Product DescriptionThis book brings together contributions from a wide range of authors on the subject more difficult for the Caribbean – against the dominant efforts of European settlers and their descendants, the long-standing struggle of Caribbean peoples to fashion and society a culture that gives full space to the African heritage of the majority in the seat of his new circumstances and developments. The book presents challenging contemporary readings in the fields of Caribbean religion, education, language, music, race, sexual behavior at a time when the AIDS pandemic, and the economy. It grew out of a conference held in 2006 in honor of the scholarship of the internationally acclaimed Professor Alston Salvo. . . More>>

The African-Caribbean Worldview and the Making of a Caribbean Society