11 edition of The cultural politics of sugar found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 208-216) and index.
|Statement||Keith A. Sandiford.|
|LC Classifications||HD9114.W42 S26 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 221 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||221|
|LC Control Number||99045511|
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Sugar, he argues, became a focus for cultural desires as well as a hard fact of the Caribbean's political economy. Sandiford defines this metaphorical turn as a trope of "negotiation" that organizes the structure and content of Keith Sandiford's study examines the importance of sugar as a central metaphor in the work of six influential authors 4/5(1).
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The Cultural Politics of Sugar: Caribbean Slavery and Narratives of Colonialism (Cultural Margins) by Keith A.
Sandiford (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: World Sugar History Newsletter An exceptionally rich work Through the lens of sugar, April Merleaux examines some of the deepest tensions in U.S.
historyAmerican Historical Review Merleaux's geographically expansive and deeply researched book is a welcome addition to work on empire, trade, and by: The Cultural Politics of Sugar: Caribbean Slavery and Narratives of Colonialism. Keith Sandiford’s The Cultural Politics of Sugar is a comparative study of six colonial texts from the West Indies dating from the mid-seventeenth century to the early nineteenth century.
The focal point of the work is a term the author borrows from Richard Ligon. Sugar, he argues, became a focus for cultural desires as well as a hard fact of the Caribbean's political economy.
Sandiford defines this metaphorical turn as a trope of "negotiation" that organizes the structure and content of the narratives. With the expansion of trade and empire in the early modern period, the status of sugar changed from expensive rarity to popular consumer commodity, and its real and imagined properties functioned as central metaphors for the cultural desires of West Indian Creoles.
Sandiford's study examines how the writings of six colonial West Indian authors explore these properties to publicise the. "April Merleaux deftly shows how sugar crystallized the American empire at the dawn of the twentieth century. By uncovering connections between sugar, capitalist imperialism, and racial ideologies, Sugar and Civilization stands as an essential and highly original analysis of the past."--Jeffrey Pilcher, University of Toronto, Scarborough.
A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication data Sandiford, Keith Albert, – The cultural politics of sugar: Caribbean slavery and narratives of colonialism / Keith A.
Sandiford. Includes bibliographical references and index. isbn 0 7 (hardback) 1. The Cultural Politics of Sugar: Caribbean Slavery and Narratives of Colonialism (Paperback or Softback).
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In this Book. Additional Information. Connecting the history of sugar to its producers, consumers, and policy makers, Merleaux shows that the modern American sugar habit took shape in the shadow of a growing empire.
Get this from a library. The cultural politics of sugar: Caribbean slavery and narratives of colonialism. [Keith Albert Sandiford] -- "With the expansion of trade and empire in the early modern period, the status of sugar changed from expensive rarity to popular consumer commodity, and its real and imagined properties functioned as.
The Cultural Politics of Sugar is both amateurish and tendentious. Sandiford uses a jargon-laden style whose excessive preparatory commentary invariably takes longer than the ideas it promises deserve (e.g., “In pursuit of its design for a culture study, this book will deploy the complex negotium of Ligon’s early conception as a theoretical Author: Karen Y.
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In the end, Rivera. In Thiefing Sugar, Omise’eke Natasha Tinsley explores the poetry and prose of Caribbean women writers, revealing in their imagery a rich tradition of erotic relations between takes the book’s title from Dionne Brand’s novel In Another Place, Not Here, where eroticism between women is likened to the sweet and subversive act of cane cutters stealing sugar.
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cultural politics of sugar were intimately linked with race, nation, and a civilizing mission. The formation of a sugar empire meant easily available sugar and changing patterns of consumption. For middle-class people, “to eat refined white sugar was also. blood & sugar is a book that opens with the torture and murder of an abolitionist in a notorious slaving port, and, by the time it comes to a close, has begun to pick apart the knot of threads that hold bound the vast reality of british slaving, laws surrounding slave's bodies and their rights, and networks of political, sexual and actual 4/5.
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