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Rhoda E. Reddock
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978-1856491549
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1856491544
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Zed Books (July 15, 1994)
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This lively history of women in the Caribbean draws on rare first-hand testimonies to uncover their early feminism. Professor Rhoda Reddock, former head of the Centre for Gender and Development Studies, is Deputy Principal of University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus.

This lively history of women in the Caribbean draws on rare first-hand testimonies to uncover their early feminism.

Rhoda Elizabeth Reddock was born on 7 June 1953 in Kingstown, on Saint Vincent, the largest island of Saint Vincent and .

Rhoda Elizabeth Reddock was born on 7 June 1953 in Kingstown, on Saint Vincent, the largest island of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines to Rosa and Bertram Reddock. Her mother was a teacher and her father served as an agricultural officer and adviser to local farmers. She attended primary school at Kingstown Preparatory School on Saint Vincent, before her family relocated in 1960 to Trinidad.

This lively history of women in the Caribbean draws on rare first-hand testimonies to uncover their early feminism, their participation in labour struggles and in radical and liberal political movements

This lively history of women in the Caribbean draws on rare first-hand testimonies to uncover their early feminism, their participation in labour struggles and in radical and liberal political movements. It ranges from the time of slavery and indentureship to national independence in 1962 and the present day. It shows how gender inequalities have been perpetuated for explo This lively history of women in the Caribbean draws on rare first-hand testimonies to uncover their early feminism, their participation in labour struggles and in radical and liberal political movements.

Ranging from the time of slavery and indentureship, to national independence in 1962 and the present day, this book shows how gender inequalities have been perpetuated for the benefit of exploitative systems from slavery to the present day. The book explores women's roles and activities. This lively history of women in the Caribbean draws on rare first-hand testimonies to uncover their early feminism, their participation in labour struggles and in radical and liberal political movements.

Women, labour, and politics in Trinidad and Tobago.

London ; Atlantic Highlands, . Physical description. 346 p. ; 23 cm. Online. source: Nielsen Book Data). Feminism Trinidad and Tobago History. Women Employment Trinidad and Tobago History. Women Political activity Trinidad and Tobago History. Women, labour, and politics in Trinidad and Tobago.

This lively history of women in the Caribbean draws on rare first-hand testimonies to uncover their early feminism, their participation in labour struggles and in radical and liberal political movements.

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Professor Rhoda Reddock, former Head of the Centre for Gender and Development Studies, was appointed .

Professor Rhoda Reddock, former Head of the Centre for Gender and Development Studies, was appointed Deputy Principal of the St. Augustine Campus of the University of the West Indies in August 2008. Among her academic publications are the books, Women, Labour and Politics in Trinidad and Tobago: A History; Elma Francois, the NWCSA and the Worker’s Struggle for Change in the Caribbean; Ethnic Minorities in Caribbean Society; Women Plantation Workers: International Experience.

This lively history of women in the Caribbean draws on rare first-hand testimonies to uncover their early feminism, their participation in labour struggles and in radical and liberal political movements. It ranges from the time of slavery and indentureship to national independence in 1962 and the present day. It shows how gender inequalities have been perpetuated for exploitative ends and explores women's roles and activities in colonial ideology and reality. The author argues that it is only modern capital that has defined women as dependent non-workers or housewives, and emphasizes how labour and political organization have been part of women's experience ever since the 19th century.