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Title: Editorial: 'Caribbean-Scottish Passages'
Authors: Robinson, Gemma
Sassi, Carla
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Keywords: Caribbean
the transatlantic
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Association for Scottish Literary Studies
Citation: Robinson G & Sassi C (2008) Editorial: 'Caribbean-Scottish Passages', International Journal of Scottish Literature, 4, pp. 1-8.
Abstract: Introducing a special issue on Caribbean-Scottish Passages for the International Journal of Scottish Literature, Robinson and Sassi outline the emerging connections in the fields of Caribbean and Scottish Studies. Surveying history, art, literary criticism, biography and creative writing, the authors identify the importance of colonialism in this complex of transatlantic relationships, and point to the possibility of a set of contemporary cultural concerns beyond slavery.
Type: Journal Article
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Affiliation: English Studies
University of Stirling

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