OP63 - Slavery, Emancipation and the Shaping of Caribbean it Society: UNESCO Conference
Slavery, Emancipation and the Shaping of Caribbean it Society: UNESCO Conference
Taped conference proceedings. This conference was organized by the Faculty of Social Sciences and the Department of History, The University of the West Indies, St, Augustine. Papers were presented around the following themes; "Slavery and Emancipation; Contrasting Visions"; "Education and Educational Reform During Slavery and the Post Emancipation Era"; "Women, Slavery and Post-Emancipation Society"; "The Struggle for Social and Economic Justice in the Caribbean"; "Labour and the Agrarian Question"; "Kinship and Family During Slavery and the Post-Emancipation Era"; "The Struggle for an African Consciousness"; "African Culture: Survival and Survivals"; "The Role of Religion During Slavery and its Aftermath", A copy of the conference programme is filed with the tapes.