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Publications of Michaeline A Crichlow    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. M.A. Crichlow, Introduction: Human Trafficking: Past and Present, Cultural Dynamics (November, 2013)
  2. Cultural Dynamics: Insurgent scholarship on power,, edited by Michaeline A. Crichlow (2013), SAGE
  3. Editor, Carnival Art, Culture, Politics: Performing Life (April, 2012), Routledge Press
  4. Co-editor, States of Freedom: Freedom of States, special issue, (Spring), vol. 1 no. 6 (Spring, 2012), The Global South. Indiana University Press
  5. Editor, Carnival Crossfire: Art, Culture, Politics (16: 4, 2010) (Special issue of Social Identities: Journal for the study of Race, Nation and Culture.)
  6. Co-editor, Race, Space, Place: The Making and Unmaking of Freedoms in the Atlantic World, edited by Michaeline Crichlow and Sean Metzger, Cultural Dynamics (Special Issue Editors), vol. 21 no. 3 (November, 2009), Sage, California
  7. Globalization and the Post-Creole Imagination: Notes on Fleeing the Plantation (July, 2009), Duke University Press (A John Hope Franklin Center Book*.) [available here]  [author's comments]
  8. Negotiating Caribbean Freedom: Peasants and the State in Development (2005), Lanham: Lexington Books, Caribbean Studies Series
  9. Co-editor, Informalization: Process and Structure (2000), Johns Hopkins University Press

Essays, Articles, Chapters in Books

  1. with Patricia Northover, Rethinking the Mangrove of Caribbean Space and Time, Social and Economic Studies, vol. 61 no. 4 (December, 2012), pp. 216-228  [author's comments]
  2. Making Waves: (Dis)Placements, Entanglements, Mo(ve)ments,”, The Global South, vol. 6,1, (Spring, 2012), pp. 114-137
  3. “Comment” on Ritajyoti Bandyopadhyay's, “Politics of archiving: hawkers and pavement dwellers in Calcutta,”, Dialectical Anthropology (June 11, 2011)
  4. with Patricia Northover, Size, Survival and Beyond: A Critical Under-labouring for Fleeing the Plantation, in The Thought of the New World: The Quest for Decolonization, edited by Norman Girvan and Brian Meeks (2010), pp. 136-171, Ian Randle Publishers  [author's comments]
  5. with Sean Metzger and Patricia Northover, “Questioning Freedoms in the Atlantic World”, Cultural Dynamics (Special Issue), vol. 21 no. 3 (November, 2009), pp. 215-225
  6. with Patricia Northover, “Homing Modern Freedoms: Creolization and the Politics of Place,”, vol. 21 no. 3 (November, 2009), pp. 283-316, Sage  [abs]
  7. Plantations, in International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition, edited by William Darity (December, 2007), Farmington, MI: McMillan
  8. A Response to My Critics” in “Book Discussion, Social and Economic Studies, vol. 56 no. 3 (September, 2007), pp. 172-183  [author's comments]
  9. with Patricia Northover, Freedom, Possibility and Ontology: Rethinking the Problem of Competitive Ascent in the Caribbean,”, in Contributions to Social Ontology,, edited by Lawson, C., Latsis, J., and Martins, N., (eds) (2007), London: Routledge  [author's comments]
  10. Creole Self-Affirmation: De-centering Resistance in the Context of Globalization, in Intellectual Traditions of the Caribbean, edited by Glen Richards et al (2006), University of the West Indies Press (In press.)
  11. Re-centering Resistance in the Context of Globality: Afro-Caribbean People under Colonial Rule, edited by Barry Gaspar, Contours: A Journal of the African Diaspora, vol. 2 no. 1 (Spring, 2005), pp. 54-82, Indiana University Press
  12. with Patricia Northover, Beyond Survival: Rethinking the Strategies for Sustainable Economic Growth in the Caribbean, Social and Economic Studies, vol. 54, no. 3 (2005), pp. 247-274, Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies
  13. Revisiting Jamaica’s 1980s: Maneuvers of an Embattled State Facilitating Neoliberalism from Within,”, Social and Economic Studies, vol. 52 no. 2 (2003), pp. 29-65.
  14. Neo-liberalism, States, and Bananas in the Windward Islands, Laltin American Perspectives, vol. 130, 30 no. 3 (2003), pp. 37-57
  15. with Fragano Ledgister, Nationalists and Development: The Price of Citizenship in Colonial Jamaica, Plantation Society in the Americas, vol. VI no. 2&3 (2003), pp. 191-222  [author's comments]
  16. “On the Move: The Caribbean, Diaspora and Atlantic Studies Program, International Accents, vol. 3 no. 1 (Fall/Winter, 2002), pp. 4-5, University of Iowa
  17. Part V: Conclusion: Living under the Long Shadows of Capital, in Informalization: Process and Structure, edited by Tabak and Crichlow (December, 2000), Baltimore: JHUP
  18. Reconfiguring the Informal Sector Divide: State, Capitalism and Struggle in Trinidad and Tobago, Latin American Perspectives, vol. 98 no. 25(2) (March, 1998), pp. 62-83 (considered one of the 50 most cited articles in that journal.)
  19. “The Limits of Maneuver: Caribbean States, Small Farmers and the Capitalist World Economy 1940-1995, edited by David Barry Gaspar, Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, vol. XVII no. 1 (1997), pp. 81-98 (special issue on the Caribbean.)
  20. “Globalization, states and agricultural development in the Caribbean: The case of Jamaica and the Windward Islands, in Land and Sustainable Development: A People s Focus Conference Proceedings, CNIRD publication series (1996), pp. 13-31, Trinidad and Tobago (CNIRD St. Andrews, Grenada W.I. 3rd-5th May 1995.)
  21. (Debates): “Reply to Besson ", New West Indian Guide/Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, vol. 69 no. 3&4 (1995), pp. 305-309 (In response to “Reply to Crichlow” by Jean Besson of Goldsmith College, London University) to article, “An Alternative approach to Family Land Tenure.”.)
  22. An Alternative Approach to Family-Land Tenure in the Caribbean : The Case of St. Lucia, New West Indian Guide/Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, vol. 68 no. 1&2 (1994), pp. 77-99 (considered one of the most influential and cited articles on Caribbean land tenure.)
  23. State Class and Agricultural Entrepreneurship in Trinidad and Tobago, in Culture and Entrepreneurship in the Caribbean, edited by S. Ryan (1994), pp. 53-92, Institute of Social and Economic Research. University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
  24. Stratification and the Small Business Sector in Trinidad and Tobago (reprint), in Entrepreneurship in the Caribbean: Culture Structure and Conjuncture (1994), pp. 93-118, Institute of Social and Economic Research. University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
  25. “Dualism debunked: The influence of state, occupational multiplicity in the Agricultural sector in the Caribbean, Farm and Business, vol. 1 (1992), pp. 1 (Also in Proceedings of West Indian Agricultural Economics Conference.)
  26. Stratification and the Small Business Sector in Trinidad and Tobago, edited by S. Ryan, Social and Occupational Stratification in Contemporary Trinidad and Tobago (1991), pp. 191-209, Institute of Social and Economic Research. St. Augustine Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
  27. Stratification, Pluralism and Economic Power” (an interview with Lloyd Brathwaite a prominent West Indian sociologist), in Social and Occupational Stratification in Contemporary Trinidad and Tobago, edited by Selwyan Ryan (1991), pp. 52-57, Institute of Social and Economic Research. St. Augustine Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
  28. Food and Nutrition Report for CARICOM (The Caribbean Common Market) (1989), Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago (Was a member of the team that produced the Land Tenure in the Caribbean Series-Working papers of the University of Wisconsin, Madison (A USAID and Land Tenure Center project (1988-89).)
  29. “Intensive Farming and the Land Registration Programme in Choiseul: A Report, in Land Titling and Land Registration in St.Lucia, Working Paper Series (1988), University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin: The Land Tenure Center ((USAID Project).)
  30. “La Politique Agricole, l’Etat et le Developpment Rural a Sainte-Lucie” (Agricultural Politics, the State and Rural Development in St. Lucia), in Enjeux Fonciers dans la Caraïbe, en Amerique Centrale et a la Reunion, edited by C. Deverre (1987), pp. 39-64, Paris: Inra et Karthala
  31. M.A. Crichlow, The Good Question , Kenan Institute of Ethics, Duke University, book 2013 (This is part of the series on questions related to research that incorporates an ethical dimension.)

Papers Submitted

  1. Patricia Northover, Reply to Critics of Globalization and the Post-Creole Imagination: Notes on Fleeing the Plantation: Rethinking the Mangrove of Caribbean space and time, SES, vol. December, 62 no. 4 (2012), pp. 13, Social and Economic Studies University of the West Indies,
  2. M.A. Crichlow, Small States and Citizens Struggling for Space: Agricultural Liberalisation, 'Democratic deficits" and the Rhetoric of Development" (2011)  [author's comments]
  3. with Patricia Northover, “Making Modern S/subjects: Sketching a Method for Theorizing C/creolization in Atlantic History and Fleeing the Plantation, Theory and Society (2006) (Advanced Revision.)

Book Reviews

  1. Decolonization in St. Lucia: Politics and Global Neoliberalism, 1945-2010., New West Indian Guide, vol. 87 no. 3&4 (Fall, 2013)
  2. The Theory of Plantation Economy, by Lloyd Best and Kari Levitt, Kingston: University of the West Indies Press, 2009., Social and Economic Studies, vol. 60 no. 3&4 (September/December, 2011), pp. 205-212
  3. Caribbean Land and Development Revisited,. Jean Besson and Janet Momsen editors. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2007. ix + 276, New West Indian Guide., vol. 83 no. 3&4 (Fall, 2009)
  4. The Second Generation of Freemen in Jamaica, 1907-1944 by Erna Brodber, Nieuwe West-Indische Gids, vol. 80 no. 3&4 (2006), pp. 262-265, KITLV: Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology
  5. "Come in, My Lords, Come in", by Stanley French, newspaper review, "The Crusader", Castries, St. Lucia (2005) (book on cricket and cricketers in St. Lucia, West Indies.)
  6. "Wizards & Scientists: Explorations in Afro-Cuban Modernity & Tradition" by Stephan Palmié. Durham: Duke University Press, Social and Economic Studies, vol. 53 no. 2 (June, 2004), pp. 187-192
  7. "Martha Brae’s Two Histories: European Expansion and Caribbean Culture-Building in Jamaica" JEAN BESSON, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, New West Indian Guide, vol. 78 no. 3&4 (2004), pp. 318-320
  8. "Community Formation: A Study of the village in Postemancipation Jamaica" AUDLEY G. REID. Kingston, Jamaica: Canoe Press, 2000. xvi+156 pp. (Paper n.p.), New West Indian Guide, vol. 77 no. 1&2 (2003), pp. 142-145
  9. "The George Beckford Papers" KARI LEVITT ed. Kingston, Jamaica: Canoe Press, 2000. lxxi + 468 pp. (Paper n.p.), New West Indian Guide, vol. 77 no. 1&2 (2003), pp. 142-145
  10. "Orpheus and Power" by Michael Hanchard, Identities, vol. 4 no. 2 (1995), pp. 323-327
  11. Report: "Hunger 1993: Uprooted People" by Marc J. Cohen ed, Social and Economic Studies, vol. 43 no. 4 (1994), pp. 268-272
  12. "The Jamaican People 1820-1920" by Patrick Bryan, Nieuwe West-Indische Gids 68, (3&4):, vol. 68 no. 3&4 (1994), pp. 360-362
  13. "Farmers and Finance: experience with institutional savings and credit in West Java" by H.A.J. Moll. Wageningen: Agricultural University, Social and Economic Studies, vol. 40 no. 4 (1991), pp. 205-210
  14. The Politics of Food Hunger by Solon Barraclough, Social and Economic Studies (1990)

Other

  1. with Co-Producer, Patricia Northover, Raising Cane: Recycling Sweetness and Power in Modern Jamaica, Documentary (2013)
  2. Associate producer, Documentary: Human Traffic: Past and Present (January, 2012) [watch]  [abs]
  3. Cultural Dynamics: Insurgent Scholarship on Culture, Politics and Power, edited by (Incoming editor March 2013) Cultural Dynamics: Insurgent Scholarship on Culture, Politics and Power (2012), Sage, London
  4. ARTiculating Caribbean Imaginaries (art brochure 4 pages) (October 21, 2010)  [author's comments]
  5. Land Use and Land Tenure Patterns in the Windward Islands: An analysis of the Agricultural Sectors of Martinique, St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Dominica and Grenada 1970-1990 (1994), pp. 172, St. Augustine Trinidad: Caribbean Network of Integrated Rural Development
  6. Food Utilization in the Caribbean (1989), Georgetown (Commissioned study for the Caribbean Common Market (CARICOM.)

Edited Books

  1. Islands, Images, Imaginaries, (special issue of the journal)Third Text (2014)

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