Sunday, September 14, 2014

Latin America and Caribbean Contemporary Record 1981 - 82


Hopkins, Jack W. (ed.), Latin America and Caribbean Contemporary Record 1981 - 82, Volume 1, New York & London: Holmes & Meier, 1981.

Complete set reviewed in Latin American Research Review © 1994.

Contents:
Part One – Current Issues: Essays

The Year in Perspective, by Jack W. Hopkins.
The Inter-American System, by Lars Schoultz.
U.S. National Security Interests in Latin America: The Region in Global Context, by Margaret Daly Hayes.
Arms Control in Latin America, by Victor Millan & Michael A. Morris.
The Reorientation of U.S. Policy toward Latin America, by G. Pope Atkins.
The Economic and Business Outlook for Latin America and the Caribbean, by Rosemary H. Werrett.
The External Debt of Latin America, by Nicholas Bruck.
U.S. Direct Investment in Latin America and the Caribbean, by Nicholas Bruck.
U.S. Policy toward the Caribbean, by Robert A. Pastor.
Reagan and the Caribbean: Too Little Too Late – or Too Much Too Forcefully?, by Marvin Will.
Changes in the English-Speaking Caribbean, by Jacqueline A. Braveboy-Wagner.
Central America: Regional and International Aspects, by Richard Millett.
A Profile of United States-Mexican Relations, by Steven E. Sanderson.
Mexican-United States Border and Immigration Problems, by Marvin Alisky.
Mexican Oil, by George W. Grayson.
Political Reform and Political Change in Mexico, by Kevin J. Middlebrook.
Implementation of the Panama Canal Treaties, by John P. Augelli.
Current Development Efforts in the Amazon Basin, by Emilio F. Moran.
Andean Pact: From the Common Market to the Integration System, by Gordon Mace.
Church-State Relations, by Thomas G. Sanders.
Spain and Latin America, by Victor Alba.

Part Two – Country by Country Review

South America:
Argentina, by Carlos A. Astiz.
Bolivia, by Melvin Burke & Eileen Keremitsis.
Brazil, by Riordan Roett.
Chile, by Jorge Heine.
Colombia, by Harvey F. Kline.
Ecuador, by John D. Martz.
French Guiana, by Dorothy Sokol & Edward M. Dew.
Guyana, by William Ratliff
Panama, by Neale J. Pearson.
Paraguay, by Paul H. Lewis.
Peru, by David Scott Palmer.
Suriname, by Edward M. Dew.
Uruguay, by Ronald H. Mc Donald.
Venezuela, by Joh D. Martz.
Central America and Mexico:
Belize, by Alma H. Young.
Costa Rica, by Mitchell A. Seligson.
El Salvador, by Mark B. Rosenberg.
Guatemala, by Robert L. Peterson.
Honduras, by Neale J. Pearson.
Mexico, by John J. Bailey.
Nicaragua, by James nelson Goodsell.
The Caribbean:
Antigua and Barbuda, by Jack W. Hopkins.
The Bahamas, by Dean W. Collinwood.
Barbados, by W. Marvin Will.
British Colonies and Associated States, by Jack W. Hopkins
Cuba, by Enrique A. Baloyra.
Dominica, by Rosemary Brana-Shute & Gary Brana-Shute.
The Dominican Republic, by Howard J. Wiarda & Michael J. Kryzanek
French Antilles, by Albert Gastmann.
Grenada, by Jacqueline A. Braveboy Wagner.
Haiti, by Jean-Claude Garcia-Zamor.
Jamaica, by Locksley Edmondson.
Netherlands Antilles, by Albert Gastmann.
Puerto Rico, by Thomas G. Mathews.
St. Lucia, by Rosemary Brana-Shute & Gary Brana-Shute.
St. Vincent & the Grenadines, by Rosemary Brana-Shute & Gary Brana-Shute.
Trinidad & Tobago, by Jacqueline A. Braveboy Wagner.
The United States Virgin Islands, by Klaus de Albuquerque & Jerome L. McElroy.

Part Three – Documents: 1981 – 1982

Energy Cooperation Program of August 3, 1980.
Inter-American Convention on Extradition.
Treaty of Montevideo 1980.
Heads of Agreement.
Government Explains the Heads of Agreement.
Declaration of Belém.
Joint Communiqué of Conference of Ministers on Caribbean Basin Development.
Treaty of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States.
Treaty Establishing the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States.
Letter from the Permanent Representative of Nicaragua to the United Nations.
Joint Franco-American Declaration on El Salvador.
Communiqué Against French-Mexican Declaration.
Cancun Summit/International Meeting on Cooperation and Development (22-23 October 1981)
Treaty of Tlatelolco; Additional Protocol I.
Additional Protocol I to the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
U.S. Senate Understanding on Additional Protocol I.
Secretary of State Alexander M. Haig’s Address to the OAS General Assembly, St. Lucia, December 4, 1981.
Caribbean Basin Initiative; President Reagan’s Address to the OAS, February 25, 1982.
The Constitution of Belize.

Part Four – Economic, Social, and Political Data.
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Thursday, July 31, 2014

Caribbean Journal of Education, January 1979


Caribbean Journal of Education, Vol. 6, No. 1, January 1979.

Contents:
Establishing a Public Elementary School System for Slaves in the Danish Virgin Islands 1732 – 1846, by N.A.T. Hall.

Teaching as Decision Making, by John Martin.

Producing Media Software: A Slides-With-Commentary Presentation, by Michael Morrissey.

Democratization of Education: Teacher and Student Participation in Curriculum Decision-Making – A Model for Curriculum Management in Secondary Schools in the West Indies, by Zellyne D. Jennings-Wray.

Notes on Contributors.


The Caribbean Journal of Education (CJE), published twice annually by the School of Education, University of the West Indies (Mona, Jamaica), is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to covering all aspects of education affecting the Caribbean, from the early childhood to the tertiary level. Founded in 1974, CJE has always focused on giving voice to the concerns of the region. Education specialists and stakeholders, scholars, researchers, practitioners, policy makers are invited to submit scholarly papers on any aspect of education with potential impact on education in the Caribbean.

Bibliographie de la Martinique


Jardel, Jean Pierre, Maurice Nicolas & Claude Relouzat, Bibliographie de la Martinique, Cahier Spécial du CERAG, Centre d'Etudes Régionales Antilles-Guyane, 1969.

Table des matières:
Sources bibliographiques

Archéologie - Ethnologie

Langage – Folklore

Sociologie – Anthropologie

Religion – Clergé

Littérature – Anthologies

Littérature – Romans – Nouvelles – Théâtre

Journaux – Bulletins – Revues

Annuaires – Almanachs – Guides – Statistiques et Notices d’Exposition

Géographie

Monographies

Cartes – Gravures – Plans

Voyages

Immigration

Géographie

Histoire Générale

Histoire XVIe siècle

Histoire XVIIe siècle

Histoire XVIIIe siècle

Histoire: Période révolutionnaire

Histoire XIXe siècle

Histoire XXe siècle

Histoire militaire

Histoire et Flibustiers

Histoire et commerce

Esclavage – Traite

Droit: le code noir

Droit – Codes – Décrets

Les cinquante pas géométriques

Justice – Procès

Administration – Politique

Banques – Finances – Douanes

Démographie - Economie

Tourisme

Aproximaciones a Bello


Sambrano Urdaneta, Oscar, Aproximaciones a Bello, Caracas: Casa del Escritor, 1977.

Charla pronunciada en la Asociación de Escritores Venezolanos el 29 de noviembre de 1976, con motivo de celebrarse el Día de Bello y el Día del Escritor.


Oscar Sambrano Urdaneta (February 6, 1929 – June 14, 2011[1]) was a Venezuelan writer, essayist and literary critic, specialized in the life and work of Andrés Bello. In 1978, he won the Municipal Prize of Literature for the work Poesía contemporánea de Venezuela. He served as the president of the Venezuelan Academy of Language, is an honorary member of the Caro y Cuervo Institute, and was president of the National Council of Culture (CONAC) in the late 1990s.

Narciso Descubre Su Trasero: el negro en la cultura puertorriqueña


Zenón Cruz, Isabelo, Narciso descubre su trasero: el negro en la cultura puertorriqueña, Volumen 1, Humacao, Puerto Rico: Editorial Furidi, 1974. (firmado por el autor para el Dr. Mathews)

From Puerto Rico: The pleasures and traumas of race by ALAN WEST-DURÁN:
Thirty-seven years later Isabelo Zenón Cruz spoke of the hypocrisy of the expression negro puertorriqueñ¬o, where Puerto Rican has become an adjective. Why is a black Puerto Rican identified as black before he is considered Puerto Rican?, he sarcastically asks in his monumental two-volume study Narciso descubre su trasero [Narcissus Discovers his Backside]. Zenón Cruz’s painstaking analysis, more than 700 pages long, of historical documents, poems, literature, jokes, religion, lyrics to songs, and popular culture is a landmark study that perhaps not so curiously has been out of print for more than two decades.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Research Guide to Central America and the Caribbean


Grieb, Kenneth J., editor-in-chief; associate editors, Ralph Lee Woodward, Jr., Graeme S. Mount, Thomas Mathews, Research Guide to Central America and the Caribbean, Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, 1985.

Reviewed in Bulletin of Latin American Research © 1987.

From the Preface:
This volume is a collaborative effort, involving scholars from the United States, Central America, the Caribbean, Canada, and Europe, to identify the archival resources regarding the Central American and Caribbean region available to historians, and to indicate future directions for research about the region. The Project was initiated during the 1970’s by the Caribe-Centro America Committee of the Conference on Latin American History, the major national organization of historians in the United States specializing in this region.

El Auge del Imperio Español en América


De Madariaga, Salvador, El auge del Imperio Español en América, Buenos Aires: Editorial Sudamericana, 1955.

De la portada:
Este volumen está dedicado al minucioso y exhaustivo examen de las creencias, principios y actitudes que España adoptó ante la conquista, la evolución de estos principios y creencias en lo político, económico y militar, la misma evolución en lo cultural y religioso, el cambio de espíritu que se produce en el siglo XVIII y los porqués del éxito y el fracaso de España en las Indias.