File RG 7.14.15.01 - History of the Caribbean - course program sound recordings

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History of the Caribbean - course program sound recordings

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RG 7.14.15.01

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24 audio cassettes : various durations
12 audio compact discs : various durations

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File contains three copies of the final 12 recording audio program for the course "History of the Caribbean". One copy as original housing.

1. The Indigenous Civilization and European Intrusion
William Found, York University Franklin Knight, The Johns Hopkins University
Heather Cateau, University of the West Indies Jeremy Lawrence, Manchester University
The Mighty Shadow

2. The Early Settlements in the Caribbean
F. W. Knight, The Johns Hopkins University, Bill Found, York University
Heather Cateau, The University of the West Indies

3. The Sugar Revolution and the Emergence of Plantation Society
Franklin. W. Knight, The Johns Hopkins University, Bill Found, York University
Jose Curto, York University, Heather Cateau, University of the West Indies

4. The Plantation Economy and the Atlantic Slave Trade
Jose Curto, York University, Phillip Curtin, The Johns Hopkins University
Bill Found, York University, Robin Law, University of Stirling, Paul Lovejoy, York University
Black Stalin

5. The Social Structure of Caribbean Societies in the Pre-Emancipation Period
Lord Kitchener
Pedro Welch, University of the West Indies, Phillip Morgan, College of William and Mary
Carl Campbell, University of the West Indies, Gad Heuman, University of Warwick
Verene Shepherd, University of the West Indies

6. The Community of the Enslaved: Life and Death

Paul Lovejoy, York University, The Mighty Sparrow, James Walvin, University of York, (England)
Elisee Soumonni, Universite Nationale du Benin, Robin Law, University of Stirling
Verene Shepherd, University of the West Indies

7. The Community of Slaves: Laboring Lives
The Mighty Sparrow, James Walvin, University of York (England), Pedro Welch, University of the West Indies, Verene Shepherd, University of the West Indies, Lorna Simmonds, University of the West Indies

8. Creating the Cultural Community
The Mighty Sparrow, Maureen Warner-Lewis, University of the West Indies
Paul Lovejoy, York University, Robin Law, University of Stirling, James Walvin, University of York (England

9. Resistance
Paul Lovejoy, York University, Pedro Welch, University of the West Indies
Bernard Moitt, University of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Verene Shepherd, University of the West Indies, Barbara Kopytoff

10. The Haitian Revolution
David Rudder, David Geggus, University of Florida, Bernard Moitt, University of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Robin Law, University of Stirling

11. Rebellion
Karl Watson, University of the West Indies, Edward Cox, Rice University
Robin Law, University of Stirling, James Walvin, University of York (England)
Pedro Welch, University of the West Indies, David Geggus, University of Florida
Bernard Moitt, University of the Commonwealth of Virginia

12. Abolition and Emancipation
James Walvin, University of York (England), Karl Watson, University of the West Indies
Robin Law, University of Stirling, Gad Heuman, University of Warwick, Edward Cox, Rice University
Kamau Braithwaite, Anton Allahar, University of Western Ontario

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