Edited by Kari Levitt and Michael Witter
Colleagues and former students of George Beckford continue critical essays on the plantation paradigm which still has relevance in the Caribbean. The volume not only celebrates the work of Beckford but also proposes an agenda of research in order to reintroduce some of the central themes of the critical tradition to which Beckford made seminal contributions on the socio-economic development of the region.
Reviewed in the New West Indian Guide, Vol. 73.
1996 • 314 pages • 6 x 9 •
Paperback • US $15.00