Cannibal Encounters: Europeans and Island Caribs, 1492-1763 - Johns Hopkins Studies in Atlantic History and Culture (Paperback)Philip P. Boucher (author)
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Publisher: Johns Hopkins University Press
Number of pages: 232
Weight: 386 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 13 mm
Welcome evidence that historians are willing to rewrite the history of the colonial era in the Caribbean with a clearer eye to the part the indigenous population played. -- Peter Hulme * William and Mary Quarterly *
Boucher's research is thorough and his contribution to the historiography of the Caribbean and of colonialism is valuable. -- Ethan Casey * Magill Book Reviews *
An intelligent, well-informed discussion of French and English contacts with Island Caribs in the West Indies from the pre-colonial era until the end of the Seven Years War. -- Kenneth Morgan * English Historical Review *
A new and important contribution to the efforts of historians and anthropologists to understand the history of the Caribs. -- Jalil Sued-Badillo * Journal of American History *
A lucid and terse examination of direct interactions between Island Caribs and Europeans in the Lesser Antilles, and the indirect influence of literary images of Island Caribs (and other Native Americans) on the emergence of Western philosophical traditions. -- William F. Keegan * Journal of Interdisciplinary History *
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