Vol. 8.3 (Dec. 2015)


Caribbean Entanglements. Culture(s) and Nature Revisited

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Johannes Bohle & Marius Littschwager, Bielefeld University:
Caribbean Entanglements. Culture(s) and Nature Revisited
Ania Kowalik, Georgia Southern University:
A Song from the Depths of the Sea:
Eco-epic Textures in Romare Bearden and Derek Walcott
Jairo Baquero Melo, Universidad del Rosario, Colombia:
Entanglements, Nature, and Inequalities in the Darien:
Analyzing Interoceanity in Panama and Colombia
Fabiola Nicolas-Bragance, Université de Poitiers &
Pascal Saffache, Université des Antilles:
La mer, de la prison aux nouveaux modes d’appropriation:
de l’esclavage au tour des yoles rondes de la Martinique
Wiebke Beushausen, Heidelberg University:
Making Eden a Reality’:
Caribbean Ecopoetics and Ethnic Environment
in Andrea Gunraj’s The Sudden Disappearance of Seetha
Giselle Anatol, University of Kansas:
Blood is Money, Blood is Race, Blood is Sex: Using the Vampire to Challenge Sexual Norms in Caribbean Literature.