2 edition of Aspects of housing in the Caribbean. found in the catalog.
Aspects of housing in the Caribbean.
Bibliography: p. 230-236.
|LC Classifications||HD7314.A3 C3 1951|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 236 p.|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||53022936|
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Course Aims This course aims to: 1. develop an understanding of the factors which influence the evolution of Caribbean society and culture; 2. develop an awareness of how current global trends affect, and are affected by, the Caribbean region; 3. analyse issues which are important to the development of the Caribbean region; 4. encourage. The anthropology of the Caribbean has been called “the battle ground for competing theories regarding family structure” (D’Amico-Samuels ). Anthropologists were confounded by a distinct regional family structure, including late age at marriage, high rates of births to single women, matrifocality, child dispersal, de facto polygyny, serial monogamy, and severe beating of children.
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This book is the fourth in a series of volumes to emerge from the commemoration by the University of Hull of the th anniversary of the abolition of slavery in the British Empire, and in particular an international conference held to discuss some of the legacies of Caribbean slavery and its abolition.
Most of the chapters of this book originated as papers presented on the final day of that Cited by: 5. known in the Caribbean. However, the reader can refer to a useful Political Chronology listed at the end of the book which covers Caribbean events from to and this is supplemented by a bibliographical guide to the literature in English, French and Spanish.
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Spanish, African, Native American, Creole, and other heritages combined to create a unique blend of housing styles in America's French colonies, particularly in New Orleans, the Mississippi Valley, and the Atlantic coastal Tidewater region.
Soldiers returning from World War I brought a keen interest in French housing styles.