It is difficult to speak without repetition at this stage of the proceedings; after so many have spoken so eloquently about Angela; and from the heart.But I would like to say that of all the qualities that we have heard about; the quality that most earned for Angela the love and respect and esteem of her colleagues, her friends, was the quality of integrity…
A woman of etiquette and distinction Bhoe Tewarie
Announcement on the passing of Angela Cropper The Cropper Foundation
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Seven deadly sins of Caribbean culture Angela Cropper
Reggie Dumas shows how in speech after speech, the late Dr Eric Williams returned to the themes of economic and psychological independence and of regional action across the Caribbean space. Fifty years after constitutional independence, his ideals remain relevant. This lecture was delivered at Florida International
Gordon K. Lewis on Race, Class and Ideology in the Caribbean: A personal note and a cautionary tale, Norman Girvan1 Comment »
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Meditation for a Forgotten Past: Translating and Remembering Haiti’s Intellectual Legacy, Myriam J. A. ChancyComments Off
There is a struggle to create a bridge of words that can explain the gulf between the heralded legacies of the Revolution, — which scholars return to time and again with a fine-tooth comb, often with little interest in the descendants of the Revolution, ideological or living — .and the continued perilous degrading state of the Haitian nation and the vast majority of its inhabitants…
The first point I want to make is that Walter Rodney was not a racial chauvinist. He did not support racially based politics. In the current racially polarised political climate of certain Caribbean countries, it is important to emphasise this in learning the lessons of Walter’s work…
Racial Capitalism and the Creole Discourses of Native-,Indo-, Afro-, and Euro-Caribbeans.
Under this broad heading, the Caribbean Philosophical Association (CPA) will take as the organizing theme of its upcoming Annual Meeting to be held at UWI Trinidad July 19-21 2012, the impact of the global capitalist crisis on old and new thinking in the creole discourses of the region.