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Sex and the Citizen Interrogating the Caribbean

Faith Smith 1964-

2011

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  • Title:
    Sex and the Citizen Interrogating the Caribbean
  • Author: Faith Smith 1964-
  • Description: Buyers beware, "hoodwinking" on the rise: epistemologies of consumption in Terry McMillan's Caribbean / Patricia Saunders -- "Nobody ent billing me": a U.S./Caribbean intertextual, intercultural call-and-response / Carmen Gillespie -- Novel insights: sex work, secrets, and depression in Angie Cruz's Soledad / Donette Francis -- Against the rules of blackness: Hilton Als's The women and Jamaica Kincaid's My brother (or how to raise black queer kids) / Rinaldo Walcott -- Francophone Caribbean women writers: rethinking identity, sexuality, and citizenship / Odile Cazenave -- Indian nationalism and female sexuality: a Trinidadian tale / Tejaswini Niranjana -- Caribbean migrations: negotiating borders / Evelyn O'Callaghan -- Reflections on she web / Susan Dayal -- Threatening sexual (mis)behavior: homosexuality in the penal code debates in Trinidad and Tobago, 1986 / Yasmin Tambiah -- Sexual awakenings and malignant fictions of masculinity in Alfonso Cuáron's Y tu mamá tambien / M.S. Worrell -- Living and loving: emancipating the Caribbean queer citizen in Shani Mootoo's Cereus blooms at night / Alison Donnell -- Le jeu de qui? Sexual politics at play in the French Caribbean / Vanessa Agard-Jones -- Our imagined lives / Tracy Robinson -- New citizens, new sexualities: nineteenth-century Jamettes / Rosamond S. King -- Macocotte: an exploration of same-sex friendship in selected Caribbean novels / Antonia MacDonald-Smythe -- What is a Uma? Women performing gender and sexuality in Paramaribo, Suriname / Omise'eke Natasha Tinsley -- Colonial girl: and what would it be like / Michelle Cliff.
  • Publication Date: 2011
  • Publisher: Charlottesville : University of Virginia Press
  • Format: 1 online resource (304 p.).
  • Identifier: ISBN 1-280-49024-1;ISBN 9786613585479;ISBN 0-8139-3132-0
  • Subjects: Sex role in literature; Identity (Psychology) -- Caribbean Area; Gender identity -- Caribbean Area; Caribbean fiction -- History and criticism; Electronic books
  • Language: English
  • Source: 01DAL UDM ALMA

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