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.
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.
Other titles by Frances Henry
The Equity Myth
Racialization and Indigeneity at Canadian Universities
Racism in the Canadian University
Demanding Social Justice, Inclusion, and Equity
Racial Profiling in Canada
Challenging the Myth of 'a Few Bad Apples'
Discourses of Domination
Racial Bias in the Canadian English-Language Press
Challenging Racism in the Arts
Case Studies of Controversy and Conflict
The Caribbean Diaspora in Toronto
Learning to Live with Racism