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Latest issue ZAA 02/2015 available now!

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Volume 63.2 (2015), Special Issue Selling the Caribbean: Questions of Value in a Globalized World, ed. by Christian Mair, Susanne Mühleisen and Eva Ulrike Pirker
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  • Christian Mair, Susanne Mühleisen, Eva Ulrike Pirker, “‘Selling the Caribbean: An Introduction.’”
  • Joseph T. Farquharson, “The Black Man’s Burden? – Language and Political Economy in a Diglossic State and Beyond.”
  • Michael Westphal, “Linguistic Decolonization in Jamaican Radio.”
  • Stephanie Bender, “‘Capitalism a nuh wi fren.’ Global Justice and Capitalism in Life and Debt and Cronicamente Inviável.”
  • Suzanne Scafe, “Re-placing Wealth, Re-mapping Social Division: Kingston in the Fiction of Brian Meeks and Diana McCaulay.”
  • Georg Zipp, “Selling Poverty: Junot Díaz’s and Edwidge Danticat’s Assessments of Picturesque Stereotypes of Poverty in the Caribbean.”
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