Publications
REFEREED SCHOLARLY OUTPUT
 
BOOKS
(Single-Authored)
 
The Political Economy of Gender in the Twentieth Century Caribbean. Eudine Barriteau. Palgrave International: London and New York, 2001.
 
 
(Edited Collections)
 
Love and Power: Caribbean Discourses on Gender. Eudine Barriteau. Ed. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press, 2012.
 
Enjoying Power: Eugenia Charles and Political Leadership in the Commonwealth Caribbean. Eudine Barriteau and Alan Cobley Editors. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press, November 2006.
 
Confronting Power, Theorizing Gender: Interdisciplinary Perspectives in the Caribbean. Eudine Barriteau. Ed. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press, October 2003.
 
Stronger, Surer, Bolder: Ruth Nita Barrow Social Change and International Development. Eudine Barriteau and Alan Cobley. Eds. Kingston, University of the West Indies Press, 2001.
 
Theoretical Perspectives on Gender and Development. Jane L. Parpart, M. Patricia Connelly and V. Eudine Barriteau.Eds. Ottawa: International Development Research Council, 2000.
 

 
MONOGRAPHS
 
Political Change and Public Opinion in Grenada 1979-1984. Occasional Paper No. 19, June 1986, Patrick Emmanuel, Farley Brathwaite and Eudine Barriteau.  ISER, UWI, Cave Hill, Barbados.

 
 
BOOK CHAPTERS - SUBJECT TO PEER REVIEW
 
  1. “A (Re) Turn to Love: An Epistemic Conversation Between Lorde’s ‘Uses of the Erotic’ and Jónasdóttir’s ‘Love Power’.” In Love – A Question for Feminism in the Twenty-First Century.  Eds. Ann Fergusson and Anna Jónasdóttir, Routledge, 2013.
 
  1. “Disruptions and Dangers: Destabilizing Caribbean Discourses on Gender, Love and Power.” In Love and Power: Caribbean Discourses on Gender.  Ed. Eudine Barriteau, 3-37. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press, 2012.
 
  1. “Coming Home to the Erotic Power of Love and Desire in Theorising Heterosexual Unions in the Caribbean.” In Love and Power: Caribbean Discourses on Gender. Ed. Eudine Barriteau, 72-105. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press, 2012.
 
  1. “Those Holding Central Positions in the Society: The Conceptual Flaws of the Male Marginalisation Thesis in the Caribbean.” In Engendering Caribbean History. Ed. Verene A. Shepherd, 848-869. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, 2011.
 
  1. Theorizing Sexuality and Power in Caribbean Gender Relations.” In Sexuality, Gender and Power. Eds. Anna G. Jonasdottir, Valerie Bryson and Kathleen B. Jones, 75-91. New York: Routledge, 2011.
 
  1. “Confronting Power and Politics: A Feminist Theorizing of Gender in Commonwealth Caribbean Societies.” In The Political Interests of Gender Revisited: Redoing Theory and Research With a Feminist Face.  Eds, Anna G. Jonasdottir and Kathleen B. Jones, 122-148 Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2009.
 
  1. “The Relevance of Black Feminist Scholarship: A Caribbean Perspective.” In Still Brave: The Evolution of Black Women’s Studies p 413 – 34 Eds Stanlie M. James Et Al, The Feminist Press City University of New York, 2009.
 
  1. “Historical Concepts and Paradigms of Leadership and Their Relevance to Strengthening Women’s Transformational Leadership in the Caribbean.” In Advancing Women’s Transformational Leadership in the Caribbean. Ed. UNIFEM, Barbados, 1-37. 2009. 
 
  1. “Enjoying Power, Challenging Gender.” In Enjoying Power: Eugenia Charles and Political Leadership in the Commonwealth Caribbean. Eds. Eudine Barriteau and Alan Cobley, 3-27 Kingston: University of the West Indies Press, November 2006.
 
  1. “The Economic Philosophy of Eugenia Charles and Dominica’s Development, 1980-1995.” In Enjoying Power: Eugenia Charles and Political Leadership in the Commonwealth Caribbean. Eds. Eudine Barriteau and Alan Cobley, 183-213. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press, November 2006.
 
  1. “Engendering Development or Gender Main-streaming? A Critical Assessment from the Commonwealth Caribbean.” In Feminist Economics and the World Bank: History, Theory, and Policy. Eds. Edith Kuiper and Drucilla Barker, 176-198. London: Routledge. May 2006.
 
  1. “Constructing Feminist Knowledge in the Commonwealth Caribbean in the Era of Globalization: Towards an Ethics of Justice.” In Gender in the 21st Century Caribbean Perspectives, Visions and PossibilitiesEds. Elsa Leo-Rhynie and Barbara Bailey, 437-465. Kingston: The University of the West Indies Press.  August 2004.
 
  1. “Gendered Relations in a Post Colonial\Modernizing Caribbean State.” Issues in Gender and Development Studies Volume 1: New Gender Studies from Cameroon and Caribbean. Eds. Joyce Endeley, Shirley Ardener, Richard Goodridge and Nalova Lyonga, 135-164. Cameroon: African Books Collective and the Department of Women and Gender Studies, University of Buea, December 2003.
 
  1. “Theorizing Ruptures in Gender Systems and the Project of Modernity in the Twentieth Century Caribbean.” In The Culture of Gender and Sexuality in the Caribbean. Ed. Linden Lewis, 25-52. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, November 2003.
 
  1. “Confronting Power, Theorising Gender in the Commonwealth Caribbean.” Confronting Power, Theorizing Gender: Interdisciplinary Perspectives in the Caribbean. Ed. Eudine Barriteau, 3-24. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press, October 2003.
 
  1. “Theorizing the Shift from “Woman” to “Gender” in Caribbean Feminist Discourse: The Power Relations of Creating Knowledge.” Confronting Power, Theorizing Gender: Interdisciplinary Perspectives in the Caribbean. Ed. Eudine Barriteau, 27-45. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press, October 2003.
 
  1. “Requiem for the Male Marginalization Thesis in the Caribbean: Death of a Non-Theory.” Confronting Power, Theorizing Gender: Interdisciplinary Perspectives in the Caribbean. Ed. Eudine Barriteau, 322-353. Kingston: University of the West Indies Press, October 2003.
 
  1. “Beyond a Backlash: The Frontal Assault on Containing Caribbean Women in the Decade of the 1990s”. In Gender Equality in the Caribbean: Reality or Illusion? Eds. Barbara Bailey and Gemma Tang Nain, 201-232. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers, August 2003.
 
  1. “Women Entrepreneurs and Economic Marginality: Rethinking Caribbean Women's Economic Relations.” In Gendered Realities: Essays in Caribbean Feminist Thought. Edited by Patricia Mohammed, 212-248.  Kingston: University of the West Indies Press, 2002.
 
  1. “Before WID Beyond GAD: Caribbean Women Creating Change.” In Stronger, Surer, Bolder: Ruth Nita Barrow Social Change and International Development. Eds. Eudine Barriteau and Alan Cobley, 3-16.  Kingston:  University of the West Indies Press, 2001.
 
  1. “The Challenge of Innovative Leadership of a Traditional Women=s Organization: The World YWCA and Ruth Nita Barrow.” In Stronger, Surer, Bolder: Ruth Nita Barrow Social Change and International Development. Eds. Eudine Barriteau and Alan Cobley, 155-176. Kingston:   University of the West Indies Press, 2001.
 
  1. “Liberal Ideology and Contradictions in Caribbean Gender Systems” in Caribbean Portraits. Essays on Gender Ideologies and Identities. Ed. Christine Barrow: 436-456; Ian Randle Publishers in association with The Centre for Gender and Development Studies, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill, Barbados. Kingston, 1998.
 
  1. “Feminist Theory and Development: Implications for Policy, Research and Action.” In Theoretical Perspectives on Gender and Development. Jane L. Parpart, M. Patricia Connelly and V. Eudine Barriteau. 161- 178. Ottawa: International Development Research Council, 2000. Published earlier as “The Implications of Feminist Theory for Development Policy, Research and Action” in Theoretical Perspectives on Gender and Development, UWI/SIGAD. 147 - 160.  Vancouver: Commonwealth of Learning, 1996.
 
  1. “Postmodernist Feminist Theorizing and Development Policy and Practice in the Anglophone Caribbean: The Barbados Case.” In Feminism, Postmodernism, Development, Eds. Marianne H Marchand and Jane L. Parpart: 142 -158; Routledge: London and New York, 1995.

PAPERS IN PEER REVIEWED JOURNALS

 “Aportaciones Del Feminismo Negro Al Pensamiento Feminista: Una Perspectiva Caribeña.” Boletín ECOS. N° 14. Marzo – Mayo 2011: 1-17. 


 “Coming, Coming, Coming Home: Applying Anna Jónasdóttir’s Theory of “Love Power” to Theorising Sexuality and Power in Caribbean Gender Relations.” GEXcel Vol III, p 13 – 25, 2008

 
“The Theoretical Strengths and Relevance of Black Feminist Scholarship: A Caribbean Feminist Perspective.” Feminist Africa. Vol. 7 No. 1. January 2007: 9-31
 

“Thirty Years towards Gender Equality: How Many More?”  Journal of Gender Studies Vol 1. No. 1: 1-17.

 
“Constructing a Conceptual Framework for Developing Women’s Transformational Leadership in the Caribbean.” Social and Economic Studies. Vol 52. No. 4 December 2003: 5-48.

 
“Confronting Power and Politics: A Feminist Theorizing of Gender in Commonwealth Caribbean Societies.” Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism. Vol. 3. No. 2. March 2003: 57-92.
 
“Theorizing Gender Systems and the Project of Modernity in the Twentieth Century Caribbean.” Feminist Review Vol. 59 Summer 1998: 186-209.

 
“Socialist Feminist Theory and Caribbean Women: Transcending Dualisms.” Social and Economic Studies. June 1995 Vol. 44 No. 2 & 3 (June \September): 25 - 63.

 
“Structural Adjustment Policies in the Caribbean: A Feminist Perspective,” National Women Studies Association Journal.   Vol. 8. No. 1, (Spring 1996): 142 - 156.

 
“The Construct of a Postmodernist Feminist Theory for Caribbean Social Science Research,” Social and Economic Studies, 41 (2) June 1992: 1- 43.

 
“Grenadian Perceptions of the People's Revolutionary Government and its Policies,” Social and Economic Studies, 38 (3) September 1989, with Roberta Clarke. 53 - 91.
 












 

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