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Carnival Is Woman

Feminism and Performance in Caribbean Mas

edited by Frances Henry & Dwaine Plaza

University Press of Mississippi
Initial publish date
Jan 2020
General, Women's Studies, Regional & Ethnic
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Revelations of both the burgeoning power and expression of women celebrating Carnival

About the authors

Frances Henry is professor emerita at York University and a member of the Royal Society of Canada specializing in Caribbean studies. She is author of The Equity Myth: Racialization and Indigeneity at Canadian Universities and He Had the Power: Pa Neezer, the Orisha King of Trinidad. Her work has appeared in the Journal of Canadian Studies and Canadian Ethnic Studies.

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Dwaine Plaza is professor of sociology at Oregon State University specializing in Caribbean studies. He is coauthor of Returning to the Source: The Final Stage of the Caribbean Migration Circuit. His work has appeared in Global Development Studies, Terres D?Amerique, and Revue européene des migrations internationales.

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