Rex Nettleford, His Works: An Annotated Bibliography

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INDEX
The Index is a single alphabetical sequence of titles of publications, journal articles, choreographed works and subjects. Newspaper and journal article entries and those appearing in edited volumes are enclosed in inverted commas. Monographs are set in italics and dance works in uppercase type. Item numbers prefaced with a 'C' are dance works. A
"A.Z. Preston and His Work", 150
Abrahams, Anthony, 306
Adult education, 26, 71
"Aesthetics of Negritude: A Metaphor for Liberation", 444
"Affirming the Now/New Generation", 472
African Caribbean Institute of Jamaica -- Film Festival ( 1992), 454
"African Connexion -- The Significance for Jamaica", 15
African cultures, C1, C2, C6, C22, C26, C28
African influence, 15
African presence in the Caribbean, 89
AFRICAN SCENARIO, C1
"Afro-Caribbean Dance", 356
"Afro-Caribbean Heritage in the Arts", 89
Aggression -- United States, 122
"Aggression, Violence and Force . . . the Jamaican History of Protest", 37
Aid institutions, 57
Air Jamaica, 125, 218, 250, 311
"Air Jamaica: Social Soundness vs. Divestment Greed", 218
Albert, Father Richard, 310
ALL GOD'S CHILDREN, C17
"Amazing Disgrace: (The Power of a Persistent Obscenity)", 151
Ambition, C15
"America's Boy/Girl Recipe for Safe Conduct", 96
Anancyism, 97
"Anancyism: (Ms. Render Says Fraud)", 97
Anansi Come Back (Pantomime), 537
ANCESTRAL ECHOES, C58, C473
"Ancestral Legitimacy: (Power Play in Fiji and the Caribbean)", 152
"Andrew Hope and His Crisis in Leadership", 219
Apartheid, 78, 264, 359, 372, 390, 421, 435, 615
"Apartheid In Jamaica?: (Of Mind Over Matter)", 220
Art and society, 569
"Art Criticism", 63
Art criticism- Jamaica, 9, 63, 75, 77, 219, 230
Arthur Lewis Memorial Lecture ( 1996), 628
Artistic creation, 155, 219, 298, 346, 381, 528, 577
Artists- Jamaica, 620
Arts, 82, 302
Jamaica, 255, 383, 488, 621, 623
"Arts, Education and Cultural Heritage", 82
"At Home and Abroad", 221

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Part I - Published Works xi
  • Part II - Unpublished Works 109
  • Part III - Choreography 131
  • Part IV - Bio-Data & Achievements 149
  • Index 163
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