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Author Noble, Denise.

Title Decolonizing and Feminizing Freedom: A Caribbean Genealogy.

Published [Place of publication not identified] : Springer Science and Business Media : Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.

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Series Thinking gender in transnational times
Thinking gender in transnational times.
Springer English/International eBooks 2016 - Full Set
Contents Acknowledgements; Contents; 1: Introduction: Decolonizing and Feminizing Freedom; Black Like Who?; References; 2: Turning History Upside Down; (De)colonizing in Reverse; The Coloniality of Postcolonial Britain; Discourse, Power, Identity; Feminization and the Coloniality of Gender; Governmentality; Genealogy; Racialized Modernityś Contested Temporalities; Visitor Theory; References; 3: The Old and New Ethnicities of Postcolonial Black (British)ness; British Black: ̀What Is Your Ethnic Group?-Choose One;́ British Caribbean; A Different Kind of Black A Safe Black?; Africa: (Dis)Continuities
The Poetics and Temporalities of Black British IdentitiesReferences; 4: ̀Standing in the Bigness of Who I Am:́ Black Caribbean Women and the Paradoxes of Freedom; Questioning Freedom; Defining the Independent Black Woman; Tradition, Habit or Necessity?; Critiques of the Independent Black Woman; Independence and Black Masculinity; Poor Boys and the Marginalized Black Man; References; 5: Two Reports, One Empire: Race and Gender in British Post-War Social Welfare Discourse; The Moyne Report: Women, Labour and Constitutional Decolonization in the British Caribbean
Gender and Post-War Racial SettlementReferences; 6: Discrepant Women, Imperial Patriarchies and (De)Colonizing Masculinities; The Racial Taxonomies of Freedom; Colonial Liberalism versus the ̀Effeminate ́Aristocracy of the Planter Class; Freedomś Apprentices: Amelioration, Acculturation and the Family of Man; Colonial Patriarchy and the ̀Intimacies ́of Racial Governmentality; Colonizing Freedom: Slaves, Contracted Persons and Equal Rights; References; 7: Beyond Racial Trauma: Remembering Bodies, Healing the Self; Afrocentrism and the Khamitic Nu(bian) Woman
The Sacred Woman Programme: Liberating the Black WomanThe Sacred Gateways to Self-Knowledge; Gateway 0: Sacred Womb; Gateway 1: Sacred Words; Gateway 2: Sacred Food; Gateway 3: Sacred Movement; Gateway 4: Sacred Beauty; Gateway 5: Sacred Space; Gateway 6: Sacred Healing; Gateway 7: Sacred Relationships; Gateway 8: Sacred Union; Gateway 9: The Sacred Initiation; Bearing Slavery, Feminizing Freedom; Khamitic Ethnobiology: Melanin, Trauma and the Biopolitics of Remembering Bodies; ̀Natural ́Bodies in Unnatural Places; Colonial Biohistories and Transnational Landscapes of Memory; References
8: Taking Liberties with Neoliberalism: Compliance and RefusalBlack-Britainś ̀New Femininities;́ Neoliberal Globalization and the Politics of Location; Jamaica: Dancehall and the Postcolonial Nation; ̀Wheel and Come Again Rude Bwai!:́ Exiled Subjects and Diasporic (Dis)Identifications; References; 9: Conclusion: ̀Rebellious Histories: Decolonizing and Feminizing Freedom;́ The Temporalities of British Liberalism; Black Britishness and the Postcolonial Problem of Neoliberal Freedom; What Can Black Women Know About Freedom?; References; Index
Other author SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Women, Black -- Caribbean Area.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781137449511
1137449519
9781137449504
1137449500