38 Titles Listed for the author selected: Processed on 10/31/2014
Book      16     
Journal Article      9     
Conference      7     
Book, Whole      4     
Other      2     
Total:       38    

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38 Titles Listed for the author selected:
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7668 Pedestrian crosses? Sites of dislocation in post-colonial Jamaica.
• Cooper, Caroly
7669 Burying Miss Lou: Contested rites of passage in contemporary Jamaica
• Cooper, Carol
7670 Erotic maroonage: Embodying emancipation in Jamaican dancehall culture
• Cooper, Carolyn
7671 No matter where you come from: Pan-Africanist consciousness in Caribbean popular culture
• Cooper, Caroly
440 Race and the cultural politics of self-representation: A view from the University of the West Indies
• Cooper, Carolyn
5294 'Nah vote again': Representations of governance in Jamaican popular culture
• Cooper, Carolyn
5316 Erotic Disguise : (Un)dressing the body in Jamaican dancehall culture
• Cooper, Carolyn
463 Lyrical gun: Metaphor and role play in Jamaican dancehall culture
• Cooper, Carolyn
5122 Enslaved in stereotypes: Race and representation in post-independence Jamaica
• Cooper, Carolyn
3518 'Sense make befoh book': Grenadian popular culture and the rhetoric of revolution in Merle Collins's Angel and The Colour of Forgetting
• Cooper, Carolyn
3614 Punany powah
• Cooper, Carolyn
558 Writing oral history: Sistren Theatre Collective's Lionheart Gal
• Cooper, Carolyn
5299 Mix up the indian with all the patwa': Ragamuffin sounds in 'cool' Britianna
• Cooper, Carolyn
5300 Branding Jamaica: Popular culture in 'postcolonial' context
• Cooper, Carolyn
5289 Professing slackness : Language authority and power within the academy and without
• Cooper, Carolyn
727 Ragamuffin sounds: Crossing over from reggae to rap and back
• Cooper, Carolyn
7584 'Come to Jamaica and Feel Alright!': Marketing Reggae as Heritage Tourism
• Cooper, Carol
3498 'West Indies plight': Louise Bennett and the cultural politics of federation
• Cooper, Carolyn
6219 'Welcome to Jamrock': Reggae Tourism and the Politics of Identity in Jamaica.
• Cooper, Carol
6119 'Meck West Indies Federate' : Celebrating the arts of regional integration in the poetry of Louise Bennett
• Cooper, Carol
3586 Lady Saw cuts loose: Female fertility rituals in Jamaican dancehall culture
• Cooper, Carolyn
3578
5250 Mama, is that you?: erotic disguise in the films Dancehall Queen and Babymother
• Cooper, Carolyn
5235
7322 I Shot the Sheriff: Gun Talk in Jamaica's Popular Music
• Cooper, Carol
5458 Rasta castle: Subversive word-play in the lyrics of Peter Tosh
• Cooper, Carolyn
6753 Self searching for substance : The politics of style in Earl Lovelace's ABrief Conversation and Other Stories
• Cooper, Carolyn J
3593 Virginity revamped: Representations of female sexuality in the lyrics of Bob Marley and Shabba Ranks
• Cooper, Carolyn
458
459 Jean Breeze
• Cooper, Carolyn
460 Bob Marley
• Cooper, Carolyn
461 Elean Thomas
• Cooper, Carolyn
462 A tale of two states: Language, lit/orature and the two Jamaicas
• Cooper, Carolyn J
• Devonish, Hubert St.
5098
439 Du reggae au ragga: que reste-t-il de la contestation?
• Cooper, Carolyn
7175 At the crossroads - Looking for the meaning in Jamaica's dancehall culture: A Reply
• Cooper, Carol
2456 Hip-Hopping across cultures: crossing over from reggae to rap and back
• Cooper, Carolyn
721 Loosely talking theory: Oral/sexual discourse in Jamaican popular culture
• Cooper, Carolyn