Imaging the Caribbean: Culture and Visual Translation

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Title: Imaging the Caribbean: Culture and Visual Translation
Author: Bryce, Jane
Abstract: Behind Patricia Mohammed’s Imaging the Caribbean: Culture and Visual Translation is more than a decade of research conducted in numerous places, but chiefly, the Caribbean. The scope of this research can be gleaned from the acknowledgements, which cite two UWI Principals, historian Professor Bridget Brereton, Gender Studies colleagues on all 3 campuses, as well as supportive individuals in Jamaica, Trinidad, Haiti, Cayman, St Lucia, the Bahamas, Suriname and Barbados. Archival research was done in Spain, England and Northern Ireland, Holland and North America, but the provenance of the work remains overwhelmingly the Caribbean. This is important in the face of a history of representation largely produced by outsiders—from explorers to colonial administrators to travellers and visiting artists, who viewed the region through the lens of European art forms and conventions
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2139/16167
Date: 2013-07-19


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