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Research Interests for Michaeline A. Crichlow

Research Interests: Globalization, migration, postcolonialism, nationalism/citizenship, Development studies

Keywords:
Agriculture and state, Globalization--Economic aspects--Developing countries, Plantations, postcolonial criticism, Postcolonial Criticism
Recent Publications
  1. Northover, PM; Crichlow, MA, Notes on the Journey toward the Future: Négritude, Abject Blackness, and the Emancipatory Force of Spectrality, SAQ: The South Atlantic Quarterly, vol. 115 no. 3 (July, 2016), pp. 535-566 [doi]
  2. Crichlow, MA; Davis, G, Introduction, SAQ: The South Atlantic Quarterly, vol. 115 no. 3 (July, 2016), pp. 437-440 [doi]
  3. Crichlow, MA, Negotiating Caribbean Freedom: Situating “Development’s Agrarian Culture, in The ‘Will to Improve’ and the Demand for Authenticity (September, 2015)
  4. Crichlow, MA, An E-bay Imaginary Meets Social Inequality (September, 2015)
  5. Crichlow, MA, Power and its Subjects: Development Dilemmas, Postcolonial Restructuring of Rural Spaces/Places/Identities and State Reconfigurations in Contemporary Globalization Processes (September, 2015)

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