|Statement||by Michael M. Horowitz.|
|LC Classifications||HN250.M3 H6 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
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General and Theoretical: The Possibilities of Charting Modern Life: A Symposium for Ethnological Research about Modern Time Held in Stockholm, March SIGURD ERIXON, ed., assisted by Greta Arwidsson and Harald Hvarfner SVEN LILJEBLAD; Pages: First Published: 01 April MORNE-PAYSAN Peasant Village in Martinique Michael M. Horowitz With understated wit and human empathy, Horowitz introduces readers to the post-slavery, peasant-based Creole culture of one inland agricultural village in Martinique, an island of the West Indies. The book is ambitious in that it provides both a wellrounded case study of the. RISM houses an extensive library collection of Caribbean materials, conducts research, provides grants, and supports & organizes scholarly exchanges, publications, & conferences. Formerly British and French colonies, the eastern Caribbean islands of Barbados and Martinique were major players in the early development of European overseas empires dependent on African slave labor and the large-scale production of sugar. Utilizing documentary and archaeological data we discuss and compare the independent production activities or household economies of Cited by: