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Alan Biggins, Valerie Cooper
Alan Biggins, Valerie Cooper.
For further detail see Alan Biggins and Valerie Cooper, eds, Latin American and Caribbean library resources .
Caribbean Collection Covers all aspects of the modern experience in the Caribbean and the diaspora (particularly the United Kingdom). The focus is on the Anglophone and Hispanic islands, but the Francophone and Dutch are also covered. The collection consists of approx.
By Alan Biggins and Valerie Cooper January 1, 2001. The scope of each collection is described and details are given of opening hours, admission requirements, addresses and other contact information.
Alan Biggins and Valerie Cooper.
Creative Spaces: Urban Culture and Marginality in Latin America Niall Geraghty. Latin American and Caribbean Library Resources in the British Isles. Alan Biggins and Valerie Cooper. Distributed for University of London Press.
Directories, Library resources.
Biggins, Alan & Cooper, Valerie. A guide to manuscript sources for the history of Latin America and the Caribbean in the British Isles. The complete Caribbeana, 1900-1975: a bibliographic guide to the scholarly literature. As well as works on the development of Caribbean historiography this section also includes titles on the nature of memory in Caribbean history. Bastian, Jeanette Allis. Owning memory: how a Caribbean community lost its archives and found its history.
Latin American and Caribbean Group.
Caribbean & Latin American Politics. Caribbean & Latin American.
Slavery in the British and French Caribbean. Slavery in the British and French Caribbean refers to slavery in the parts of the Caribbean dominated by France or the British Empire. In the Caribbean, Great Britain colonised the islands of St. Kitts and Barbados in 1623 and 1627 respectively, and later, Jamaica in 1655. These and other Caribbean colonies became the center of wealth and the focus of the slave trade for the growing British Empire.
Recent papers in Latin American and Caribbean History. It might be argued that the 1739 treaty between the Jamaican Maroons and the British prevented the colony from being overtaken by the maroons and their enslaved collaborators, thereby precluding it from becoming the first free black nation in the Americas – a distinction that Haiti (Saint Domingue) famously holds.
The third edition of this volume, a joint publication with the Advisory Council on Latin American and Iberian information Resources (ACLAIIR), provides details of more than 200 collections in national, university, public and special libraries in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. The scope of each collection is described and details are given of opening hours, admission requirements, addresses and other contact information. Where available, the URLs of internet home pages and addresses of online catalogues via telnet or the Web are listed. The volume is indexed by subject, country/region and organization/institution. Details are also given of collections which appeared in earlier editions and which have since been renamed or incorporated in other libraries.
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