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  • The History of Haitiby Steeve Coupeau

    Greenwood Publishing Group 2007; US$ 45.00

    Explore Haiti's difficult struggle through history in this comprehensive addition to the Greenwood Histories of the Modern Nations series. more...

  • Havanaby A. Estrada

    Palgrave Macmillan 2007; US$ 14.95

    Looking beyond Cold War politics and the nostalgia of Cuban exiles, Estrada uncovers the real Havana and its fascinating history. Portraying the adventurers and dreamers who left their mark on Havana, this book is a deeply personal account of a love affair with a city, as well as an entertaining portrait of a place not easily forgotten. more...

  • Seeds of Insurrectionby Manuel Barcia

    LSU Press 2008; US$ 19.95

    In Seeds of Insurrection, Manuel Barcia examines many largely overlooked ways in which African and Creole slaves in Cuba defied domination in the first half of the nineteenth century.elying primarily on transcripts of local and central court proceedings involving slaves, free people of color, slave owners, and witnesses, Barcia reveals the slaves'... more...

  • The Children of Africa in the Coloniesby Melanie J. Newton

    LSU Press 2008; US$ 29.95

    How emancipation transformed social and political relations in Barbados When a small group of free men of color gathered in 1838 to celebrate the end of apprenticeship in Barbados, they spoke of emancipation as the moment of freedom for all colored people, not just the former slaves. The fact that many of these men had owned slaves themselves gives... more...

  • New Man in Cubaby Ana Serra

    UPF 2003; US$ 44.95

    This is the first monograph to make available to English readers the Spanish literary and political texts that laid the basis for revolutionary culture and identity but were almost ignored because of the Cuban Revolution's controversial history. more...

  • Sugar Island Slavery in the Age of Enlightenmentby Arthur L. Stinchcombe

    Princeton University Press 1995; US$ 41.50

    Plantations, especially sugar plantations, created slave societies and a racism persisting well into post-slavery periods: so runs a familiar argument that has been used to explain the sweep of Caribbean history. Here one of the most eminent scholars of modern social theory applies this assertion to a comparative study of most Caribbean islands from... more...

  • The Caribbean Slaveby Kenneth F. Kiple

    Cambridge University Press 1985; US$ 48.00

    A comprehensive analysis of the biological experience of black slaves in the Caribbean. more...

  • Cuban Sugar Industryby Jonathan Curry-Machado

    Palgrave Macmillan 2011; US$ 104.00

    Nineteenth-century Cuba led the world in sugar manufacture and technological innovation was central to this. This book tells the story of a group of forgotten migrant workers who anonymously contributed to Cuba's development and whose experience helps illuminate both the advance of the Cuban sugar industry and the processes by which the island was... more...

  • U.S.-Cuban Cooperation Past, Present, and Futureby Melanie M Ziegler

    UPF 2007; US$ 34.95

    Shows that the strategic logic of U.S.-Cuba security cooperation remains so persuasive that it has even been intermittently embraced by such avowed antagonists as Fidel Castro and George W. Bush. more...

  • Guantánamoby Jonathan M. Hansen

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2011; US$ 35.99

    An on-the-ground history of American empire   Say the word ?Guantánamo? and orange jumpsuits, chain-link fences, torture, and indefinite detention come to mind. To critics the world over, Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, is a striking symbol of American hypocrisy. But the prison isn?t the whole story. For more than two centuries, Guantánamo has been at the... more...