Obi B. Egbuna, C. L. R. James and the Birth of Black Power in Britain: Black Radicalism in Britain 1967—72
- Conclusion. // Caribbean: An Intellectual History;2004, p264
The article discusses the economic and political conditions in the Caribbean Area from 1774-2003. It examines the intellectual concepts embodied in the region's political theology from the Old Representative System context to the emergence of the African American nationalism. It also highlights...
- C. L. R. James, Social Identity, and the Black Rebellion. Duran, Jane // Philosophia Africana;Mar2005, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p1
Focuses on the career of C.L.R. James, a black American Marxist theorist. Importance of James' works for the social identity of blacks; James' stance on the situation of the Black American population during the latter part of his lifetime.
- THE CARIBBEAN, CRICKET AND C.L.R. JAMES. Beckles, Hilary McD. // NACLA Report on the Americas;Mar/Apr2004, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p19
Discusses the contributions of Trinidadian Marxist critic C.L.R. James to the Caribbean cricket culture. Social significance of cricket in the Caribbean; Views of James on the link between cricket and national consciousness; Effect of the political project of nation building on cricket culture;...
- C.L.R. James. McLemee, Scott // American Visions;Apr/May96, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p20
Profiles Cyril Lionel Robert James as a liberator of the black people from the apartheid system. Information on the books on politics written by James; Political organizations James joined; Books written by James about the game of cricket. INSET: A bookshelf on C.L.R. James..
- Cricket and Beyond: The Career of C. L. R. James . Anderson, Jervis // American Scholar;Summer85, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p345
Profiles C.L.R. James, a Trinidadian cricket player. Career accomplishments; Preface in James' book 'The Black Jacobians'; Other books written by James.
- The people, yes, or the people, no: Decisive moments in the work of James, Kincaid and Mais. Buckeye, Robert // Caribbean Studies;Jul-Dec94, Vol. 27 Issue 3/4, p412
Discusses the works of novelists C.L.R. James, Jamaica Kincaid and Roger Mais in regard to the relationship between the writer and the masses. Modernism's elitist and populist sides; West Indian life and culture in James' book `Minty Alley'; Kincaid's claim to identity in her book `At the...
- World Cup Cricket and Caribbean Aspirations: From Nello to Mello. Horne, John // NACLA Report on the Americas;Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p10
The article reviews the book "Beyond a Boundary," by C. L. R. James.
- The Refusal of Work: From the Postemancipation Caribbean to Post-Fordist Empire. Taylor, Christopher // Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism;Jul2014, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p1
An essay is presented on the refusal of work in the Caribbean Area. It explores the history of the Caribbean and its postwork forms of life and the epistemologies and practices of antiwork Marxism. It highlights the connection between the formation of the radical Italian Marxism and the work of...
- Darcus Howe. Howe, Darcus // New Statesman;04/18/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4330, p23
Criticizes the introductory section of the book `Extravagant Strangers: A Literature of Belonging,' edited by Caryl Phillips describing Cyril Lionel Robert James' life, work and political attitude. Confusion about James' political affinities; Truth concerning his participation in English...