51 Titles Listed for the author selected: Processed on 5/27/2018
Book      23     
Conference      15     
Journal Article      11     
Journal, Whole      1     
Book, Whole      1     
Total:       51    

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7683 Diaspora: Exploring migrations in the Caribbean.
• Smith, Matthew
7684 Bob Marley and America, black music and musicians: Conversations of the African Diaspora.
• Smith, Matthew
996051 “Opening: Haiti Scene,” Introduction
• Smith, Matthe
260 65: Imagining the Morant Bay Rebellion in Twentieth Century Jamaica
• Smith, Matthe
996062 All Are One: King, Civil Rights, and the Caribbean Experience
• Smith, Matthe
700 Alton Ellis
• Smith, Matthe
610 Bob Marley
• Smith, Matthe
6890
710 Book Review. Sarah Fanning, Caribbean Crossing: African Americans and the Haitian Emigration Movement
• Smith, Matthe
996055 Capture Land: Jamaica, Haiti, and the United States Occupation
• Smith, Matthe
690 Clement Dodd
• Smith, Matthe
995982 Count Ossie
• Smith, Matthe
550 Daniel Fignolé
• Smith, Matthe
660 Don Drummond
• Smith, Matthe
570 Dumarsais Estimé
• Smith, Matthe
995977 Élie Lescot
• Smith, Matthe
600 Fabre Geffrard
• Smith, Matthe
996059 Haiti at the Cross: The Polarity of Occupation
• Smith, Matthe
995985 Jamaica Needs Haiti: Island Exchanges and Cultural Relations in the 1950s
• Smith, Matthe
996046 Jimmy Cliff
• Smith, Matthe
670 Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry
• Smith, Matthe
6960 Engines of change: Industrialization and society in the United States, 1820-1920
• Smith, Matth
6850 Footprints on the Sea: Finding Haiti in Caribbean Historiography
• Smith, Matth
992933 Footprints on the Sea: Finding Haiti in Caribbean Historiography
• Smith, Matth
6910 From the port of princes to the city of kings: Jamaica and the roots of the Haitian diaspora
• Smith, Matth
992913 From the port of princes to the city of kings: Jamaica and the roots of the Haitian diaspora
• Smith, Matth
6680 H.G. and Haiti: An analysis of Herbert G. DeLisser’s 'Land of Revolutions”.
• Smith, Matthe
993357 Haiti in Nicholls’ Context: Reconsidering From Dessalines to Duvalier,” Haiti: Today, Yesterday, and Tomorrow,
• Smith, Matth
6900 Port-au-Prince, I love you
• Smith, Matth
995981 Race, color, and the Marxist Left in Pre-Duvalier Haiti.
• Smith, Matth
7077 Emperor, Exiles, and Intrigues: The Case of Nineteenth-century Haitian Heads of State in Jamaica
• Smith, Matthew
6861 Footprints on the sea: Reflections on the Haitian-Jamaican migratory circuit.
• Smith, Matthew
6176 An Island among Islands' Haiti's strange relationship with the Caribbean community
• Smith, Matth
5398 History, Myth and meaning in Haiti's second revolution: Re-interpreting the revolutionary movement of 1946
• Smith, Matth
5399 These unfortunate exiles: Haitian migration to Jamaica
• Smith, Matth
5400 White, black and red all over; the United States and the Haitian general elections of 1956
• Smith, Matth
7008 CARICOM and the Politics of Crisis Management in Haiti 2004-2006
• Smith, Matthew
996000
5120 Vive 1804! : The Haitian Revolution and the revolutionary generation of 1946
• Smith, Matth
995995 Liberty, Fraternity, Exile: Haiti and Jamaica after Emancipation
• Smith, Matthe
995999 Montgomery to Mona: King, the Civil Rights Movement, and Jamaica, 1955–1965
• Smith, Matthe
996044 Mortimer Planno
• Smith, Matthe
996041 Mutabaruka
• Smith, Matthe
996068 No Direction Home: Exile and Politics in Late Nineteenth Century Haiti
• Smith, Matthe
996048 Paul Magloire
• Smith, Matthe
995974 Peter Tosh
• Smith, Matthe
996047 Sténio Vincent
• Smith, Matthe
996045 Book Review Alex Dupuy, Haiti: From Revolutionary Slaves to Powerless Citizens: Essays on the Politics and Economics of Underdevelopment, 1804–2013 (London: Routledge, 2014)
• Smith, Matthew
996030 Many Rivers to Cross: Regional/International Migration from Jamaica, 1960–1980
• Smith, Matthew
• Govia, Ishtar O
993043 A party of exiles: The Haitian Progressive Party and Jamaica, 1900-1915.
• Smith, Matthew
7314 Two Hundred Year Old Mountains: Issues and Themes in the Historiography of the Modern Francophone Caribbean
• Smith, Matthew