Puri, Shalini

Caribbean Military Encounters

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Subjects of Militarization
Lara Putnam, Shalini Puri

2. The Haitian Military as a Family Affair
Chelsey Kivland

3. British West Indian Memories of World War One: From Militarized Citizenship to Conscientious Objection
Richard Smith

4. Writing War and Empire: Poetry, Patriotism, and Public Claims-Making in the British Caribbean
Reena N. Goldthree

5. Occupied Thoroughfares: Haitian Women, Public Space, and the United States Occupation, 1915–1924
Grace L. Sanders Johnson

6. Base Impulses: Sex Work and the Military in Trinidadian Literature on World War Two
Shalini Puri

7. Killing Mapepe: Race, Sex, and Colonial Politics in Cold War Vieques
Katherine T. McCaffrey, Bonnie Donohue

8. The Anguilla Revolution and Operation Sheepskin
Don E. Walicek

9. Pensions, Politics, and Soul Train: Anglo-Caribbean Diasporic Encounters with Guantánamo from the War to the Special Period
Andrea Queeley

10. Cuban Narratives of War: Memories of Angola
Marisabel Almer

11. In “The Back Yard”: Experiences of War in the Greater Caribbean (A Photo-Essay)
Jenny Matthews

12. A “Parvenu Predator”? When the Kill Zone and the Contact Zone Collide on the Isle of Spice
John C. Nelson

13. Mourning María Pantalones: Military Rule and the Politics of Race, Citizenship, and Nostalgia in Panama
Aims McGuinness

14. Half-Mast: Shifting Landscapes of Protest and Demilitarization in Vieques
Daniel Arbino

15. Public Secrets, Militarization, and the Cultivation of Doubt: Kingston 2010
Deborah A. Thomas

16. “Who Going to Guard These Guards?” The Treatment of the Military in the Calypso
Louis Regis

17. Music and Militarization: Soca, Space, and Security
Jocelyne Guilbault

18. Interdict: Scenes of Military Maritime Encounter in the Caribbean
April Shemak

Keywords: Literature, Twentieth-Century Literature, Postcolonial/World Literature, Literary Theory, Cultural Theory, Cultural and Media Studies, general, History of the Americas

Publication year
New Caribbean Studies
Page amount
16 pages
Litterary Studies
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