Thursday, January 25, 2024

Un Modèle D'économie Pure de Plantation

Best, Lloyd, Un modèle d'économie pure de plantation, dans Les Cahiers du CERAG, n° 24, 1971. [traduction de Lloyd BEST, “Outlines of a Model of Pure Plantation Economy”, dans Social and Economic Studies, septembre 1968.]

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Monday, January 22, 2024

Nueva Sociedad [Special Edition]

Nueva Sociedad, Special Issue, 1977.

Notes from the Editor:
The magazine NUEVA SOCIEDAD, which appears for the first time in an English edition, is an attempt to stimulate the interchange of ideas and information in the Third World, and to encourage the South South dialogue. With a selection of articles from the last ten numbers, we wish to enable readers from other regions of the world, to gain access to Latin American problems.


Contents:
Articles:

Social Democracy and International Political and Economic Relations, by Carlos Andrés Pérez.
The New World Political Order, by José A. Silva Michelena.
The Doctrine of National Security and Latin American Integration, by Andrés Nina.
Carter, Human Rights and Latin America, by Demetrio Boersner.
To Increase the Dialogue with the Third World, an interview with Bernt Carlsson.
SELA: Political Decision and Disposition to Cooperate, by Jaime Moncayo.
The Latin American Multinational Enterprise of Agricultural Cooperation: A Practical Expression amond Developing Countries, by Alberto Fuentes Mohr.
Unity: Condition Necessary to Overthrow the Junta, by Clodomiro Almeyda.
The Protagonists of the Indigenous Drama, by Darcy Ribeiro.
Aspects of the Political Economy of Race in the Caribbean and the Americas, by Norman Girvan.

Documents:

European and American Leading Politicians Meeting Pro International Democratic Solidarity, Resolutions and Final Statement.
Fourth Meeting of the Latin American Forum.
SELA vis-a-vis the North-South Dialogue.
Corruption and Violation of Human Rights in Nicaragua.
People’s National Party of Jamaica: The Next Five Years.
Give Life to the Past so that the Present and Future have Life.

Books and Authors:

Fascismo en América Latina.
The Politics of Change – A Voice at the Workplace.
Guerra Civil en Costa Rica.
Centroamérica Hoy.
Panamá y la Frutera: Una Batalla Contra el Colonialismo.
Los Dictadores Latinoamericanos.
Capitalismo e Marginalidade na America Latina.
Formación y Crisis de un Sistema Feudal: América Latina del Siglo XVI a Nuestros Días.
El Caso Argentino: Hablan sus Protagonistas.

Nueva Sociedad 54 (Journal)

Nueva Sociedad, 54, mayo/junio, 1981. (en línea)

Sunday, January 21, 2024

Les Archives Anciennes de la Grenade

Nardin, Jean-Claude, Les archives anciennes de la Grenade Extrait de la Revue française d'histoire d'outre-mer, tome 49, n°174, premier trimestre 1963. [signed by the author for Dr. Mathews]

Disponible en ligne.

VIIIe Congres de l’Association des Historiens de la Caraïbe, 1976

l’Association des Historiens de la Caraïbe, VIIIe Congres de l’Association des Historiens de la Caraïbe, Martinique, 1976.

Jacques Adélaïde-Merlande – A propos de débuts du socialisme aux Antilles françaises, fin de siècle.

F.A. Baptiste – The Vichy regime in Martinique, June 1940 to June 1943: the application of police state measures.

Brinsley Samaroo – The Politics of disharmony: debate relating to political union between the British West Indies and Canada, 1884 – 1921.

C. Celma – La vie politique à la Martinique pendant l’entre-deux guerres (1919 – 1939)

Sylvia de Grout – The Politics of the Maroons versus the politics of the Government in Surinam.

G. Joseph-Henri – Les Marxistes Jamaiquains au sein du P.N.P. (1938 – 1952)

Thomas Mathews – El trasfondo político de la industrializacion.

J. Van Soest – The Dutch in the Netherlands Antilles 1900 – 1950, political retreat and economic expansion.

Alain Yacou – La Politique coloniale espagnole à Cuba et les débuts de la Révolution française et haïtienne (1789 – 1795)

William Bailey – Power relations in pre-emancipation Kingston.

Beryl Brown – The Development of Port Antonio.

Prof. Deveze – La ville de Cayenne, son histoire et son rôle en Guyane.

Cornelis Ch. Goslinga – Willemstad, Dutch town in the Caribbean.

Thursday, January 18, 2024

Historian's Handbook: A Key to the Study and Writing of History

Gray, Wood, et. al., Historian's Handbook: A Key to the Study and Writing of History, Boston: The Riverside Press Cambridge, 1956.

Wood Gray (1905-1977) was Professor of History at The George Washington University from 1934-72. He was born March 19, 1905 in Petersburg, Illinois. He graduated from Petersburg Harris High school as valedictorian. He was also the captain of the track team. He attended the University of Illinois and earned his B.A. in 1927 and M.A. in 1928. While there he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa Phi Delta Kappa, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma. … Gray received his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in 1933, and began his career at GW the following year. He was chairman of the department from 1937-53 and 1964-65. During World War II he served in the Army Air Corps, Special Staff, as a Lt. Colonel from 1943-46. While at GW he was a founding member of the chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. He led the drive for one of the nation's most liberal faculty codes, concerning tenure and faculty rights, as a member of the Faculty Senate. He served as secretary to the American Association of University Professors for two terms and was the United States history section editor for the American Historical Review for more than twenty years.

Monday, January 15, 2024

Curaçao

Römer, René, Curaçao, Curaçao: Association of Caribbean Universities and Research Institutes [UNICA], 1981.

Reviewed in Hispanic American Historical Review (1982) 62 (4): 730.

From the Foreword by Leito, B. M., Governor of the Netherlands Antilles:
Un Pueblo Na Kaminda – a People on the Move: an apt title for a study of the evolution of the population of the island of Curaçao from the coming of the first settlers from overseas to its present day composition, with a look into the future. I consider this study by Dr. René Römer so important because it gives the reader an idea of the genesis of our remarkable, extremely mixed society. In my opinion, variety is perhaps the most typical feature of the society of Curaçao: this variety is expressed in the different shades of skin colour, the other racial characteristics, religious confessions, the many languages spoken by groups and families, and many other aspects of social life on the island.