Empire and Resistance in the Caribbean (Haiti, Jamaica, Grenada, and Trinidad)

Africana Studies 357

Usual Description

The class focuses on colonialism and imperialism in the Americas. Students will analyze the United States, Haiti, Jamaica, Grenada, and Trinidad’s struggle for independence. We examine U.S. imperialism in the Caribbean and Caribbean citizens’ acts. We document shifts and continuities from the Age of Revolutions to the late 1980s. Is there a commonality between the Haitian and U.S. Revolutions and the Grenada invasion of the 1980s? We examine race, ethcicity, color, and calss (re)distribution.

Areas of Interest
The Caribbean
The Caribbean
Languages Used


Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Africana Studies 357
Africana Studies 357 Taught by Yveline Alexis