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Learning From Calypso
(Daily Express, 2003-01)
This article reflects on one of the controversies of the 2003 calyspo season in Trinidad and Tobago with respect to double entendre calypsoes, and relates it to the issue of classroom communication, as well as to self-esteem ...
Calypso Singers, Trinidad
Five minstrel singers. At the back of the postcard are the words: "Cunard Line: Largest and Fastest Ocean Liner in the world."
Of Steelband Music and Calypso.
(Daily Express, 8-May-86)
This article laments that after twenty-five years of Independence, Trinidad and Tobago have yet to create any kind of showcase where nationals and visitors can go to be acquainted with the history and development of ...
Deconstructing “The Equalizer” Beyond A Balance of Terror: The Equaliser
During the Calypso season of 1998 a well-known calypsonian, Singing Sandra, presented her major offering for the year at Kaiso House; it was the calypso The Equaliser, which like her 1999 smash hit Voices from the Ghetto, ...
Calypsoes Only at Steelband Panorama
(Daily Express, 7-Mar-81)
In this letter to the editor, the author argues that there should only be calypsoes at the Panorama competition. In this year's competition, Ray Holman and Len 'Boogsie' Sharpe have been allowed to produce their 'own ...
Negritud, resistencia cultural y ciudadanía en letras de calypsos limonenses
(Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica, 2015)
Representaciones del Caribe y la circulación literaria
(Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica, 2011)
First Citizens Assures Support for Corporate Calypso Monarch
(Trinidad Guardian, 20-Oct-12)
First Citizens Bank's Manager of Group Corporate Communications, Dexter Charles presented prizes to winners of the 2012 Corporate Calypso Monarch Competition. Charles commented that the only truly local bank in Trinidad ...