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Implicit and Explicit Gender-Based Violence in Caribbean Educational Institutions

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SKU: cje 29-1-3

Violence, in all its forms, is associated with hierarchies of power in human relationships which result from divisions based on social organizing structures such as gender, race and class.

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Using Workshops to Kindle Interest in Caribbean Poetry

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SKU: CJE-009

Former taken-for-granted approaches to the teaching of literature and by extension the teaching of poetry in the Caribbean classroom are no longer stable. Concerns over low student achievement in the Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC) examination in key areas such as poetry, create considerable debates over how teachers of English in the Caribbean should both respond to and be prepared for the teaching of poetry in the English classroom.

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Accessing Caribbean Literature through Immersion Experiences: Approaches to Teaching and Interpreting Walcott’s Omeros and Other Selected Works

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SKU: CJE-008

Caribbean literature relies on the reader's capacity to identify elements of the textual landscape and interpret them within appropriate environmental, cultural and historical contexts. The pedagogical approaches discussed in this paper are taken from The Island School's [Bahamas] Literature of the Sea course which features an intensive study of St Lucian poet Derek Walcott's epic Omeros. Curriculum is designed to help students access these elements of the text through observation and direct interaction.

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Teaching Caribbean Poetry, edited by Beverley Bryan and Morag Styles, Oxon: Routledge, 2013 (144 pages)

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SKU: CJE-008

The text, Teaching Caribbean poetry is the direct outcome of a course by the same name developed by lecturers in English and Education at the University of Cambridge's Faculty of Education and the University of the West Indies (UWI). Teaching Caribbean poetry is part of a bigger initiative known as the Caribbean Poetry Project (CPP) which endeavours to promote and enhance the teaching of Caribbean poetry in schools in the Caribbean and the UK. The editors cite the young in schools as their ultimate audience, and the teachers by default.

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‘Unexpected Places’: The Role of the Private Domain in the Construction of Caribbean Identities and Experiences in the ‘Hurricane Story’ Poems of Olive Senior’s Gardening in the Tropics

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SKU: CJE-003
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