Volume 64, Issue 2
In this issue of Caribbean Quarterly authors relish the potential, aesthetics and meaning of culture with a capital ‘C’ (215). This issue has thus been dubbed “‘Doing it for the Culture’, a reference to the popular internet saying, and a re-instatement of CQ’s decades-long commitment. It’s a sort of Janus face, gesturing towards then and now.” (216)
Caribbean Quarterly (CQ) is one of the oldest periodicals in the English-speaking Caribbean. Regarded as the flagship publication of the University of the West Indies (UWI), it was launched by the then Department of Extra Mural Studies, UWI, in 1949, to be a platform from which research findings and general knowledge could be effectively disseminated within the campus and non-campus territories. Professor Rex Nettleford served as editor of CQ for forty years, until his death in February 2010. CQ is now produced under the umbrella of the Vice Chancellery.
CQ concerns itself with all aspects of Caribbean culture, in all its interdisciplinary ramifications. It is an outlet for the publication of results of research into, considered views on, and creative expressions of matters Caribbean. CQ publishes scholarly articles, personal and critical essays, public lectures, poetry, short fiction and book reviews – a lively diversity of types of writing reflecting the diversity of Caribbean culture.
Table of Contents
Editor’s Note, 215-216.
- Decorative Screens,” 217-228. “
- We are Part of the Civilised World,” 229-253. “
- Tourism Management in the Caribbean,” 254-283. “
- Belongers’ Narratives Of Place In Selected Short Stories From Blue Latitudes,” 284-306.
- Reading Class Struggle and Promoting Class Consciousness through Bob Marley’s Protest Songs,” 307-329. “
- Can Jamaica Put Music First?,” 330-347. “