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Collective Poetry Making in the Poesis of Psychohistoriographic Cultural Therapy

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SKU: cje-43-1-9

Psychohistoriographic Cultural Therapy (PCT), pioneered in Jamaica in 1978, is a post-colonial model of group psychotherapy that privileges the use of the poetic to heal historical traumas. Embedded in PCT is a technique of collective poetry making.

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Finding the Culture Space in the Classroom in Trinidad and Tobago since Independence

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SKU: JEDIC-12-2-4

Recent comments that the school curriculum of Trinidad and Tobago is “culturally irrelevant” prompted this research project. The research was undertaken through a series of focus group discussions with community artists, curriculum officers and public figures interested in education, to explore the following issues:
1. a definition of and justification for the concept of ‘cultural relevance’
2. evidence of its existence or lack of existence in the current school curriculum

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Finding the Culture Space in the Classroom in Trinidad and Tobago since Independence

$10.00
SKU: JEDIC-15-1-4

Recent comments that the school curriculum of Trinidad and Tobago is “culturally irrelevant” prompted this research project. The research was undertaken through a series of focus group discussions with community artists, curriculum officers and public figures interested in education, to explore the following issues:
1. a definition of and justification for the concept of “cultural relevance” 2. evidence of its existence or lack of existence in the current school curriculum 3. how it could be promoted in the curriculum and the associated challenges.

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Black + Woman in Brazil: The Search for Inclusion and Representation

$10.00
SKU: JEDIC-1701

Brazil is said to be one of the most successful racist systems in the world, founded on the exploitation of people, economy, and goods. Hidden behind this success is the notion of “racial democracy,” the ideology that Brazil has harmonious race relations (Guimarães, 2007). Colonization and slavery laid the foundation for what would be a fruitful system of oppression, keeping the elite wealthy and making it seemingly impossible for those who are poor and Black to achieve social mobility.

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