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ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. East Dane Designer Men's Fashion. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. This contribution to the study and analysis of Caribbean politics explores the political culture of the Caribbean in order to understand the regional differences. The contributors, renowned internationally for their expertise in Caribbean studies, explore the topic from their varied cultural experiences and offer a new dimension to the study of political culture. In chapter 7, Douglas Midgett offers a fascinating analysis of the political strategies and mythology used by V.

Bird to establish and hold on to his power. Women and Slavery in the French Antilles, — In Women and Slavery in the French Antilles , —, Bernard Moitt argues that gender had a profound effect on the slave plantation system in the French Antilles. He details and analyzes the social condition of enslaved black women in the plantation societies of Martinique, Guadeloupe, Saint-Domingue now Haiti , and French Guiana from to the abolition of slavery in the French colonial empire in Moitt examines the lives of black women in bondage, evaluates the impact that the slave experience had on them, and assesses the ways in which women reacted to and coped with slavery in the French Caribbean for over two centuries.

Educated in Antigua where he was born , Canada, and the United States, he has written on aspects of francophone African and Caribbean history, with particular emphasis on gender and slavery. This book is based on the life experiences of 97 year old Hyacinth Mottley. It is filled with words of wisdom and nuggets of faith that we can all use as a guide for difficult and challenging times. In this book, she reveals her thoughts and perspectives on how we can live our lives successfully.

She even gives us some of her personal prayers that she has used over a lifetime to guide and protect herself and her son. Hyacinth Mottley was born in Barbados on May 13, In her mid-twenties, she left her job as a school teacher and embarked on a remarkable journey that took her to several Caribbean islands where she gained many interesting life experiences. From her father, a member of the Free Masons and a sailor who had traveled the world, she heard many exciting stories and learned powerful and often mystical lessons of life… lessons that she would later use for herself and to empower others.

Mottley finally settled in Antigua where she used the lessons her father had taught to carve out her own life. It was a life, at first of struggle — but later of service — spent helping those who needed her deep insight and wise counsel. Feel the Fear and Speak Anyway: Drug Prevention For Parents: Ethics and Professional Development for Addiction Counselors: Marcus Mottley comments on some of the powerful forces and disturbing issues that are unfolding around us worldwide and particularly in his native Antigua and Barbuda.

Feel the Fear and Speak Anyway will help you to conquer your fear of public speaking! You will get rid of the butterflies in your stomach! No tremor in your voice; No shaking hands; No unusual sweating; No fumbling and mumbling; No dry lips and foggy brain; No negative self-talk; No dread and no phobia! Ask, Seek Knock by Marcus M. Mottley, is much more than a powerful inspirational and motivational book. Because you receive excellent, practical and proven strategies and techniques that helps you achieve the levels of personal power and success that you desire.

Marcus Mottley defines and clarifies a wide number of ethical issues and dilemmas involving conflicts of interest, boundary issues, confidentiality, professional behaviors and the core obligations, roles and responsibilities of addiction counselors. Counselors will also gain insights and get clarification on key topics such as documentation, self-disclosure, dual relationships, cultural competence and HIPAA guidelines.

In Radical Thoughts — Empowering Perspectives, Marcus Mottley has put together a collection of his thoughts and ideas spanning more than 25 years. He comments on social, educational, political and psychological issues relevant not only to his native country of Antigua and Barbuda and the Caribbean Diaspora, but applicable to matters on a geopolitical scale.

Mottley is a business consultant, clinical psychologist, executive coach, and business owner with more than 35 years of experience in the fields of education, mental health, and human resource and organizational development.


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Mottley develops and presents keynotes and seminars and provides consulting, training, coaching, and counseling services worldwide. His focus is on helping people make powerful positive changes in their lives and keep the changes they desire most. He does this by working one-on-one, with teams or within the context of organizations. Mottley is the author of several books and is an award winning public speaker. University Press of Florida. Creole Identity in the French Caribbean Novel. Creolizing the Metropole is a comparative study of postwar West Indian migration to the former colonial capitals of Paris and London.

It studies the effects of this population shift on national and cultural identity and traces the postcolonial Caribbean experience through analyses of the concepts of identity and diaspora. Through close readings of selected literary works and film, H. Adlai Murdoch explores the ways in which these immigrants and their descendants represented their metropolitan identities. Though British immigrants were colonial subjects and, later, residents of British Commonwealth nations, and the French arrivals from the overseas departments were citizens of France by law, both groups became subject to otherness and exclusion stemming from their ethnicities.

Murdoch examines this phenomenon and the questions it raises about borders and boundaries, nationality and belonging. Post Colonial Theory and Francophone Literary Studies brings together methods and insights taken from literary criticism, cultural studies, philosophy, theory, film studies, and linguistics to define new parameters of study for the emerging field of francophone postcolonial studies. While francophone writings share some characteristics indicative of postcolonial literatures in general, they also have their own unique set of characteristics, including issues of migration, stereotyping, continued relationships with France, and creolization.

This book gathers together some of the best-known francophone literary scholars to examine various francophone texts through a postcolonial lens. Emphasizing the role of narrative in fashioning the cultural and political doubleness of Caribbean Creole identity, Murdoch shows how these authors actively rewrite their own colonially driven history. The American author is a professional travel writer with years of experience in writing feature stories for magazines and newspapers. She lives in Antigua and frequently travels throughout the region to explore new developments. Tourism and Education Reform: A Case Study of Antigua.

Fix it Preacher is meditative conversations between pulpit and pew, offering readers a fresh look at how worship can be made relevant to life. And the message that the preacher brings is life-changing when accepted, believed in and lived out. The Moravians at Greenbay: A Story of Church and School.

Brentwood Christian Press, Columbus, Georgia. He died in March after several months of illness. It was always his desire to publish something of his own. Romie was my best example of what a young minister should be. The funny thing is that in those days, I only knew him from afar. I worked with Deborah to sort through hundreds of his sermons and carefully chose from various places and seasons and themes. I made editorial changes in some; and sometimes they were more substantial than others.

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The beautiful cover was done by September Christian after a model that I had started to work with. While I am the author, it is really the project of his now widow, Deborah. I trust that you will read and enjoy and most of all, remember one who served God and the Church in the Caribbean faithfully for many years through the Gospel he proclaimed. Nicholas has been serving as Pastor of the Prince of Peace Moravian Church in Miami for more than twelve 12 years as well as the Pastor of the nine 9 year old Margate Moravian Fellowship.

He was a very good friend and colleague of Rev. Heritage Treasures of Antigua and Barbuda. Museum of Antigua and Barbuda. Heritage Landmarks of Antigua and Barbuda. The Story of English Harbour. Historical and Archeological Society. Antigua, Barbuda, and Redonda: Gray Weiss, and Malcolm P. Place Names in Antigua and Barbuda. Antigua Archeological and Historical Society. An Historical and Archeological Sketch. Warship names are mentioned as well as the home villages of the sailors. Re Antigua and Barbuda: One can cruise around Antigua and Barbuda for two weeks without stopping at the same anchorage twice.

Jill Bobrow and Dana Jinkins have been coming to these islands for the past twenty-five years. This book is their homage to them. Heritage Landmarks of Antigua and Barbuda is an extensive listing of close to 50 natural and historical sites. On Becoming a Fulfilled Woman: A Handbook for Female Empowerment. You can do it! We need to be reminded that with effort and the right attitude, we can accomplish great things. This book will teach you how to identify your mission and vision, how to assess your strengths, what kind of people to surround yourself with and you will be challenged with weekly activities to put what you learn into practice.

Here is your own personal life coach offering you 52 weeks of guidance on issues that could change your life! Reading On Becoming a Fulfilled Woman tells you: Koren is an author, social worker and life coach who has worked with hundreds of persons who had a desire to improve the quality of their lives. She maintains a regular schedule of writing articles and conducting workshops that helps people to live more successful lives.

Nobody Go Run Me: The result is an essential and long overdue addition to the study of calypso. Longlisted for the Bocas Prize. Mali Olatunji is a photographer and aesthetician. Vere Langford Oliver is a descendent of a family that was a leading merchant-planter family in Antigua at the height of lucrative sugar production. University of Oklahoma Press. This research enabled researchers to connect the Arawaks in Antigua with those in the Greater Antilles, proving that they had moved between the two points. Olsen was also according to archeologyantigua.

A classic early work on the Caribbean. Timothy Payne was born in Barnes Hill, Antigua. He is a former editor of the Antigua Sun and a photographer. Guide to Plants and Historical Sites on the Trail. The selections combine classics in feminist thought with work from modern theorists and offer a solid foundation in international feminism.

Carving Wood and Stone: Kitts to Antiguan parents, during the years of the West Indies Federation when as a police officer his father was located there, Arnold Prince is a member of Antigua and Barbuda unofficial first family of the arts which also includes talents like writers Ralph and Althea Prince and jazz musician Roland Prince. Born in , he died in in Connecticut where he both sculpted and taught sculpting. As dictated to Susanna Strickland. She was sold first to a salt pond owner in Grand Turk, Then back to Bermuda, until In , she became the property of John Adams Wood in Antigua, where she married, in December , Daniel James, a former enslaved person who had bought his freedom working as a carpenter and cooper.

For this act, she was severely beaten. She worked with the Society and with abolitionist Thomas Pringle. She became the first woman to present an anti-slavery petition to Parliament. The published story of her slavery was the first account of the life of a black woman to be published in England and her book had a galvanizing effect on the anti-slavery movement. It is not known if she was still alive when the Abolition Act went in to effect in The letters were compiled and edited by Rawson from the original documents in the Public Records Office and the British Museum.

New Rules for a Social-Enabled Marketplace. A Reference Start-up and Operational Guide. The New Testament of Customer Service: New Rules for a Social-Enabled Marketplace takes a comprehensive look at some of the emerging trends and exciting developments that will chart the future of customer service on a global level. It also explores solutions that will help organizations review and revamp some of its legacy customer service practices to improve service delivery and competitive position.

What is Good Hair? Customer Service is … is self improvement book which is intended to harness the skills of communication between the customer and the service provider. Once you read and reread this well thought out piece, you are expected to modify your approach as it relates to servicing the public. One does not have to be in a five-star setting to receive great service. It is accomplishable at a human level. He attained a PhD in Clinical Trichology, the para-medical study of Dermatology in hair and scalp disorders.

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He is an influencer in the beauty industry: He hails from the island of Antigua. He became a revolutionary radical in but then after a spell in prison for his activities he performed a complete volte face and took up an ultra-loyalist Tory position. We know this because he published much political writing and his arrest and trial are well-documented. However, Yorke appears not to have left any personal letters, diaries or memoirs except an epistolary travelogue of a visit to France in Finding evidence of his personal life required chasing threads through a motley collection of sources with many dead ends and false leads along the way.

Richard Bauman and Joel Sherzer. The book is a collection of 18 substantive essays dealing with societies from all over the globe. West Indies Federal Labour Party. Sir Novelle Hamilton Richards, K. Following the attainment of Independence from Great Britain, he was elected first President of the Antigua and Barbuda Senate and later that same year, he was appointed by the Governments of the East Caribbean to be the first Diplomatic Trade Commissioner to Canada.

Queen Anne Press, London, He is the only West Indies captain never to have lost a test series. He is one of six officially designated national heroes of Antigua and Barbuda. The books with the exception of Masterclass which is about technical, mental, and behavioural aspects of the game, are about his life as one of the first from Antigua and one of the greatest ever to play for the West Indies cricket team and to ever pick up a bat period.

I Just Want to Follow Jesus: An Anthology of Hymns, Caribbean Style. It focusses on the people: Institutions and political leaders are another story and one that they are more qualified to tell themselves; I wanted to concentrate on ordinary people. If you added the exposure time of all these photographs it would come to only a few seconds, just a snapshot of daily life in Antigua and Barbuda.

But these are real people and as you read these words they are living their individual lives… Spending so much time with the people of Antigua and Barbuda while working on this book, their easy going attitude to life rubbed off on me. My hope is that this book will do the same for others…I found a tranquil beauty in Antigua and Barbuda that is so often lacking in so other places.

I shall remember, forever, sitting on the gallery watching the sunset listening to the croak of tree frogs , the chirp of crickets and the sigh of the wind through the coconut palms. The sound of dominoes slapped on a table drifts up the hill out of the darkness. The Yale Peabody Museum. Russell is a geologist and geographer who began working at the Louisiana State University in and remained a professor there through his entire career. His research established his reputation as a world expert on the Mississippi and other delta regions, as well as on coastal erosion and coastal ecology.

This is the true story of the Africans enslaved on Antigua, on the plantations in and around the village of Liberta before it was formed. Dehumanized, unchurched, and worked like animals, they suffered like all other slaves in the New World. There came to the island a group of Moravian missionaries, who worked with the slaves of the plantations in the years of their oppression.

While teaching Christianity, these missionaries strived to create better conditions for the blacks. Then, in , came emancipation, and the village of Liberta was born. With details on many of the historical sites, this is a story of survival, hope, and liberation. Samuel was born in Liberta Village, Antigua. He has always had an avid interest in history, in particular the history of his home island. He has scoured many history books and researched artifacts that date back to the beginning of slavery.

He currently resides in Miami, Florida with his wife Anita and their three children. A retired real estate broker, he also served as a pastor for over fifty years. Developing country negotiators in the WTO. A Commonwealth of the People: Time for Urgent Reform. Challenges and opportunities in the twenty-first century, edited by Peter Clegg and Emilio Pantojas-Garcia. The Commonwealth and the World: Essays in honour of his 80th birthday , edited by Richard Bourne.

The Johns Hopkins University Press. The Scarecrow Press Inc. The Group was appointed in July and submitted its report to Commonwealth Heads of Government at their meeting In Australia in The Report has become a seminal Commonwealth document. This study relates how the government is committed to the concept that the media, especially broadcasting, have a central role to fulfil in promoting national development. Journal of a Lady of Quality. Bison Book edition , Alexander and Janet Schaw, Scottish siblings, began a journey in that would take them from Edinburgh to the Caribbean Islands and then to America.

Part of the early wave of Scottish colonization, the pair visited family and friends who had already established themselves in the colonies. The letters describe the sights, scenery, and social life she encountered, but they also reveal the political atmosphere of an America on the verge of revolution.

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Stephen Carl Arch provides a new introduction for the Bison Books edition. Creating Black Christianity in the Atlantic World. Born in in Antigua, from where she was reportedly kidnapped and sold to a planter in St. Thomas, Protten had a childhood conversion experience, gained her freedom from bondage, and joined a group of German missionaries from the Moravian Church.

She preached to hundreds of the enslaved Africans of St. Laboring in obscurity and weathering persecution from hostile planters, Protten and other black preachers created the earliest African Protestant congregation in the Americas. Protten, also known as Shelly, died where she was serving with her second husband, Christian Protten, who was of white and black descent, on the Gold Coast as a Moravian missionary.


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  8. Though the mission was largely a failure, her husband was credited with producing the first published grammar of Ga and Fante in This book is listed here primarily because of its subject, who is believed to be Antiguan born. Kujichagulia — Self Determination. Story, culture, and history from Antigua and Barbuda. Armed with knowledge gathered through the years, he delivers this knowledge in a way that is authentic, educational, and entertaining.

    Lerisa Simon was born and raised in Antigua. She worked as a teacher here and in St. Kitts after graduating the University of the West Indies. She lives in Antigua with her husband and son. She is a regular judge of the Mango Fest annual cooking competition. Our Caribbean Heritage in Context: Stories about Hermitage and Hawkes Bill Estate. Keithlyn Smith was a trade unionist and senator for many years, and is a retired general secretay of the Antigua and Barbuda Workers Union. Mary Ellen Snodgrass is an American author, from North Carolina; and is specifically an author of text and reference books.

    Growing up in All Saints Village, Antigua. This book is intended for persons living in Antigua in general but more particularly for those living in All Saints at present and to give some historical background of the All Saints in which the author grew up, between the s and s. The vast developments which have taken place on all sides since then have changed the features of the village altogether. It should not be regarded as a complete history of All Saints of the Forties and Sixties, but recollections only, of this Author.

    She hopes that it will trigger some interest, arouse curiosity to the extent that it will encourage someone to do some research and pick up from where I have left off. A collection of thirteen stories. Each story is set on a different island and illustrated with a watercolour of a characteristic person or scene. The first part of The Antiguan orphans conveys a sense of rural village life, even though this story, like the others, presents the islands from a European point of view.

    Johnston is a former governor of the Leeward Islands He began his political career in London , but quickly moved to the Caribbean where he served as secretary of government of the West Indies until , when he was appointed Administrator of Saint Kitts and Nevis , a position he held until , when it is transferred to Governor the Leeward Islands and Antigua and Barbuda. Johnston for whom St. He was a historian whose other writings include The Leeward island during the French Wars.

    He was responsible for the first restoration of the Dockyard and Shirley Heights, and he wrote the first Dockyard guidebook in Unmasking the Strong Black Woman: Kara Stevens is an America-based educator with Antiguan roots. In This Woman Can , author Janice Sutherland approaches relatable scenarios that both aspiring and existing female leaders face with candor, honesty, and simplicity.

    Providing solutions for women to develop self-belief in their capabilities to becoming high performance leaders both at work and in their lives. Each chapter provides concise bulleted applications and a list of self- reflection questions to consider that will guide women of all ages along the leadership pathway.

    Play dominoes the Caribbean way: Signless dominoes, principles, strategies, and philosophies about the Caribbean game. The Geology of Antigua, Barbuda, and Redonda: A British national, he was appointed geologist in and became an integral part of growing the fledgling Unit. He assumed the Headship in In , while living in semi-retirement in Antigua, he went across to the MVO in Montserrat to offer his assistance with the escalating volcanic unrest.

    He passed away at his home, in France, on 17th April He was 77 years old. She died in at 88 years. Your tears are mine, shed by the same human experiences and held by the same creative hand. To Him, to God, we turn with our questions for answers. His power is marvelous and teaches our hearts to love.

    We have to mourn, we are given strength to lay our wreaths and flowers and move on. Touched by these trying circumstances of life, there is one common desire, to talk to God. Sylvia Tonge is a mother of three and lives in Antigua. She is a poet, song writer, and her creative talents spills over into making miniature clay pots and souvenirs that depict the ancestral culture of her native island. Claude Turner is an Assistant Professor with the Dept. Have you felt muzzled by your emotional pain? Do you feel stifled by silence, craving the opportunity to share how you really feel deep inside?

    UnMuted is a book of modern day psalms designed to give voice to the human experience: Your mouth and what you speak determine your healing and breakthrough. God created the world with His words, nothing will happen until you speak. Reveal what you have concealed. Let your healing begin. You are hereby Unmuted! Sandra Valentine is a native of Antigua and Barbuda. The apostolic call on her life is the driving force for carrying the message of empowerment and freedom to the body of Christ globally. She hosts and speaks at conferences in the U. Sandra is committed to a legacy that will outlive her and influence generations to come.

    A Day Journey with the Holy Spirit. From Grandmother with Love is a nicely illustrated book for grandchildren and grandparents! Compares grandmothering of today with the days of long ago. Poetic, funny, true to life. The book encourages each reader to establish a loving, listening, personal relationship with God. Regina says she seeks to let her light shine so that others will see the works of the Heavenly Father. Barbara Paca, an art historian who also serves as Cultural Envoy to Antigua and Barbuda, interviewed Walter over a seven-year period prior to his death, and provides insight and perspective into both the artist as a man and his prodigious body of work.

    Antiguan artist and writer Frank Walter — was an eccentric character now considered to be a vastly under-recognized artist. Intellectually brilliant, Walter entertained delusions of aristocratic grandeur, namely the belief that the white slave-owners in his family linked him to the noble houses of Europe. Walter typically painted in oil on rudimentary materials, with a marked immediacy and naivety. The first man of color to manage an Antiguan sugar plantation, Walter spent the last 25 years of his life in an isolated home in Antigua, surrounded by his writings, paintings, and carvings.

    Bernard Warner Name of Book: Martha Watkins Gilkes has traveled the length and breadth of the region to document the Shipwrecks of the Caribbean. She unravels the mystery behind many of these wrecks-from the infamous disasters to the long forgotten. She also has explored and written about many of the ships that have been deliberately sunk in recent years, offering unique homes for underwater creatures and marine plants. In this practical and informative guide, the shipwrecks of each island are explored in turn offering history, trivia, advice, and location details.

    With a foreward by Stan Waterman. The Diving Guide of the Eastern Caribbean is intended to open up the world of scuba diving to many remote places where diving is beginning to develop. The author has dived every island mentioned but also enlisted the guidance of established dive operators, instructors and dive masters to describe their favourite locations. She is also an activist with respect to the marine environment. Chapter 26 of West India Sketchbook , Volume 2. Pink Tea Cups and Blue Dresses. Second edition Seaburn Publishing. Pink Teacups and Blue Dresses is a collection of short stories chronicling the childhood and high school life of author Floree Williams.

    Pink teacups represents the childhood years where the author identifies strongly with girlhood and blue dresses represents the author s high school uniform. Floree Williams enjoys the small things in life, happiness; laughter, smiles and the company of friends. Floree is a true island woman, who is proud to call Antigua her home. She is an educator. Well Done, Sir Luther is an autobiographical, firsthand account of the life and accomplishments of Sir Luther Wynter from the perspective of his nephew, Dr.

    Drawing upon a lifetime of documents, photographs and memories, Dr. Along the way, Dr. Equal parts autobiography and memoir, Well Done, Sir Luther is a revealing portrait of the best and worst of times in the life of one of the most important Antiguan-Jamaicans of the 20th Century.