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PUBLICATIONS

Books

Barriteau, Eudine. Ed. Stronger, Surer, Bolder: Ruth Nita Barrow Social Change and
International Development. Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago: University of the
West Indies Press, 2001.
Barriteau, Eudine. The Political Economy of Gender in the Twentieth Century Caribbean.
New York: Palgrave, 2001.
Barriteau, Eudine. Ed. Confronting Power, Theorizing Gender: Interdisciplinary
Perspectives in the Caribbean. Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago: University of the West
Indies Press, 2003.
Barriteau, Eudine, and Cobley Alan. Ed. Enjoying Power: Eugenia Charles and Political
Leadership in the Commonwealth Caribbean. Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago: University
of the West Indies Press, 2006.
Barriteau, V. Eudine. Ed. Love and Power: Caribbean Discourses on Gender. Kingston:
University of the West Indies Press, 2012.
 
Selected Publications
 
Feminist Pedagogy and Social Change: The Impact of the Caribbean Institute in Gender
and Development. Gender and Education, 2016, 1-22. (Routledge: Taylor & Francis)..
Crawford, C. “Contesting Maternal Right: The Impact of Transnational Migration on
Mother-Daughter Relationships.” In Feminist and Critical Perspectives on Caribbean
Mothering, 155-179. Edited by Dorsia Smith Silva and Simone A. James Alexander.
Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press, 2013.

Crawford, C. “Who’s Your Mama? Transnational Motherhood and African-Caribbean
Women in the Diaspora” (Chp. 12). In Its Love and Power: Caribbean Discourses on
Gender, 323-353. Edited by Eudine Barriteau (Ed.). Jamaica: The University of the West
Indies Press, 2012.
DeShong, Halimah A.F. and Tonya Haynes. “Intimate Partner Violence in the Caribbean:
State, Activist and Media Responses” Global Public Health (Routledge: Taylor & Francis)
Vol. 11, Iss 1-2. 2016, 82-94.
DeShong, Halimah A.F. “Policing Femininity, Affirming Masculinity: Relationship
Violence, Control and Spatial Limitations.” Journal of Gender Studies (Routledge: Taylor
& Francis) Vol. 24, No. 1, 2015. 85-103. Print.
DeShong, Halimah. “What Does It Really‟ Mean to Be a Wo/Man?: Narratives of Gender
by Women and Men.” In Love and Power: Caribbean Discourses on Gender, 106-149.
Edited by Eudine Barriteau. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press, 2012: 106-147.
Haynes, Tonya. “Sylvia Wynter’s Theory of the Human and the Crisis School of Caribbean
Heteromasculinity Studies,” Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism, Vol. 20, No. 1
(March 2016, No. 49), 92-112.
Haynes, Tonya. “The Divine and the Demonic: Sylvia Wynter and Caribbean Feminist
Thought Revisited”. In Ed. Eudine Barriteau, Love and Power: Caribbean Discourses on
Gender. University of the West Indies Press, 2012: 54-71
 

Special Publications

Carmen Hutchinson Miller. Ed. A Call to Freedom and Justice by Drayton, Kathleen.
Barbados, Cave Hill Campus: Institute for Gender and Development Studies: Nita Barrow
Unit, 2010.
DeShong, Halimah A. F. “St. Vincent and the Grenadines National Gender-Based Violence
Action Plan.” Developed for the Gender Affairs Division of the Ministry of National
Mobilisation, Social Development, Family, Gender Affairs, Persons with Disabilities and
Youth, the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, with the Support of the United
Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) 2014.

Working Paper Series

The Institute publishes two working papers per academic year. The goal of the Working
Paper Series is to encourage debate and disseminate information on a wide range of issues
on feminisms, masculinity and gender studies and how these intersect with issues of
Caribbean Development.
These publications can be purchased at the Institute’s office or at the University bookshop
at a cost of BDS$20.00 per copy. Copies can also be found in the main Library. Published
Working papers include:

Working Paper No 17, 2013. What Love has to do with it? Sexuality, Intimacy and Power
in Contemporary Caribbean Gender Relations. By Eudine Barriteau. ISBN 978-976-621-
176-0.
Working Paper No 16, 2011 Power, Labour, Pleasure: Sexuality in Everyday Life. By
Kamala Kempadoo. ISBN 978-976-621-166-3.
Working Paper No 15, 2009 Women’s Leadership in our Globalized Society: A Critical
Look. By Elsa Tamez. ISBN 978-976-621-162-2.
Working Paper No 14, 2008 Gender, Generation and Memory: Remembering A Future
Caribbean. By Alissa Trotz ISBN 978-976-621 157-4.
Working Paper No. 3, 2000 Nuancing Globalisation or Mainstreaming the Downstream or
Reforming Reform. By Devaki Jain ISBN: 976-621-058-6.
Working Paper No. 2, 1999 Women and Higher Education in the Commonwealth Caribbean:
UWI: A Progressive Institution for Women? By Marlene Hamilton ISBN: 976- 621-037-3.
Working Paper No.1, 1998 Engendering Local Government in the Commonwealth
Caribbean. By V. Eudine Barriteau ISBN: 976B8083-07-5.
 
Seminar Papers

Barriteau, Eudine. “Coming, Coming, Coming Home: Applying Anna Jónasdóttir’s Theory
of “Love Power’ to Theorizing Sexuality and Power in Caribbean Gender Relations”.
Barbados: Centre for Gender and Development Studies: Nita Barrow Unit. Seminar Series
No. 2, September 30, 2008.
Barriteau, Eudine. “Gender? What is it? What is it Not? A Genealogy of the Concept of
Gender and its Relevance for Policy Makers”. Centre for Gender and Development Studies.
Seminar Series No. 1, September 18, 2002.
Hutchinson Miller, Carmen. “The Power of Pleasure: Human Sexual Practices in Barbadian
Society”. Barbados: Institute for Gender and Development Studies: Nita Barrow Unit.
Seminar Series No. 3, September 27, 2011.
 

Quotes

" We need to broaden our horizons and begin to ask those awkward questions about what sexuality looks like for the majority of women especially under contemporary global economic conditions, how heternormativity has developed and today is lived on a day-to-day basis, what makes sexuality pleasurable, what makes it oppressive and exploitative, and how it is linked to gender and other axes of power. "
Power, Labour, Pleasure: Sexuality in Everyday Life, Kamala Kempadoo

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