The Garifuna, a nation across borders: Essays in Social Anthopology
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Editor: Joseph O. Palacio; Authors: Alfonso Arrivillaga, E. Roy Cayetano, Marion Cayetano, Byron Foster, Francesca Gargallo, Oliver Greene Jr., Peter Hulme, Gabriel Izard, Mark Moberg, and Joseph O. Palacio; Number of pages 207; Size 6.5" x 9"

This impressive collection of essays by renowned anthropologists from throughout the region and with an introduction by social historian, Nigel Bolland. The book is divided into two parts, covering both historic and contemporary issues including oral history, the origins of the Garinagu, accounts by 16th century French colonizers, spirituality, gender relations, cultural identity, aesthetics, musical traditions and the background leading to UNESCOÕs 2001 Proclamation of Garifuna language, dance and music as a masterpiece of the oral and intangible heritage of humanity. The range of topics and authors presented in this volume complements and reaffirms the transboundary nature of the Garifuna people.

Editor: Joseph O. Palacio; Authors: Alfonso Arrivillaga, E. Roy Cayetano, Marion Cayetano, Byron Foster, Francesca Gargallo, Oliver Greene Jr., Peter Hulme, Gabriel Izard, Mark Moberg, and Joseph O. Palacio; Number of pages 207; Size 6.5" x 9"

This impressive collection of essays by renowned anthropologists from throughout the region and with an introduction by social historian, Nigel Bolland. The book is divided into two parts, covering both historic and contemporary issues including oral history, the origins of the Garinagu, accounts by 16th century French colonizers, spirituality, gender relations, cultural identity, aesthetics, musical traditions and the background leading to UNESCOÕs 2001 Proclamation of Garifuna language, dance and music as a masterpiece of the oral and intangible heritage of humanity. The range of topics and authors presented in this volume complements and reaffirms the transboundary nature of the Garifuna people.

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