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    • Irvine Hall, UCWI, Mona, 1950

    • Student housing - Jamaica; Buildings - Jamaica; Irvine Hall (Jamaica).
    • *Side view of Irvine Hall from its accompanying parking lot. Irvine Hall was named after former VC of St Andrews University, Scotland, Sir James Irvine, a well-known carbohydrate chemist, who was instrumental in the development of the UCWI.
    • Irvine Hall, UCWI, Mona Campus, 1950

    • Student housing - Jamaica; Buildings - Jamaica; Irvine Hall (Jamaica).
    • *Front view of Irvine Hall from its accompanying parking lot. Irvine Hall was named after former VC of St Andrews University, Scotland, Sir James Irvine, a well-known carbohydrate chemist, who was instrumental in the development of the UCWI.
    • Irvine Hall, UCWI, Mona, 1950

    • Stduent housing - Jamaica; Buildings - Jamaica; Irvine Hall (Jamaica).
    • *Side view of Irvine Hall from its accompanying parking lot. The corridor leading to the main building is shown. Irvine Hall was named after former VC of St Andrews University, Scotland, Sir James Irvine, a well-known carbohydrate chemist, who was...
    • Final Speech

    • Speeches, addresses,etc., Jamaican; Baccalaureate addresses; Conduct of life; Achievement motivation; Thompson, Dudley, J.
    • Address given at the Mico Teachers' College graduation ceremony
    • Pan-Africanism — Ethical Challenges

    • Pan-Africanism; Haiti-Politics and government; Grenada-Politics and government; South Africa-Politics and government; Jamaica-Social conditions; South Africa. Truth and Reconciliation Commission-History; Truth commissions-Haiti; Truth...
    • This paper features individuals who have been champions of Pan-Africanism and black power empowerment. It looks briefly at the political crisis in Haiti, Grenada, and South Africa and crime and violence in Jamaica. It also examines the factors that...
    • The musical plumber

    • Music ; Interpersonal relations
    • The author is awakened by the sound of lusty singing and loud hammering. Tracing both sounds he finds the source – a plumber who loves music and is more than happy to give the author a demonstration of his musical range. The plumber’s personality...
    • Barometer falling

    • Interpersonal relations; Women
    • The author gives a bird’s eye view of life among a variety of people on a given day and concludes with the story of Connie whose dog had bitten her friend’s child. Every day Connie feared the child’s mother would confront her with a medical bill,...
    • Reflections on the Rebellion in St. Thomas in the East for today, July 11, 2004.

    • Insurgency-Jamaica-History; Slave insurrections-Jamaica-History-18th century; Jamaica-History-Morant Bay rebellion, 1865-1866;Maroons-Jamaica; Heroes-Jamaica; Jamaica-History
    • The causes and structures of slave revolts in Jamaica are discussed in this article. It also looks into the role of Maroons in slave uprisings. It questions if we can have a non-violent Morant Bay Rebellion today, and says that in order to have...
    • Marcus Garvey and the Early Rastafarians: Continuity and Discontinuity

    • Garvey, Marcus, 1887-1940-Influence;Rastafari movement; Black nationalism-History-20th century; Blacks-Politics and government-20th century.
    • This paper examines the political aspects of the origins of the Rastafarian movement at a time when the Garvey movement was in decline in the 1930s. Its main intentions are to .underscore ways in which Garveyism has affected the evolution of...
    • The miracle

    • Family relationships ; Man-woman relationships
    • Henry finally came around to accepting the hard labour in the field as his lot, although he had tried very hard to escape the rut. However, he felt guilty of having his wife, a former teacher who could have married better, sharing it with him all...
    • The African Renaissance and the Caribbean

    • Caribbean Area-Civilization-African influences; Pan-Africanism; Caribbean Area-Politics and government-20th century
    • This study investigates the significance of the African Renaissance for Caribbean people. The African Renaissance, according to the author, signals a shift in our connection with Africa from anti-colonial and anti-apartheid to post-colonial and...
    • The Situation in the Caribbean Islands

    • Caribbean Area-Civilization-African influences; Caribbean Area-Politics and government; Caribbean Area-Economic conditions; Education-Caribbean Area; Black-power-Caribbean Area; South Africa-Relations-Caribbean Area
    • This paper examines Africa from the perspective of the Caribbean. It also gives a quick rundown of Caribbean education, economics, politics, and culture. The study continues with a look at South Africa's relations with the Caribbean.
    • Irvine Hall, UCWI, 1950

    • Buildings - Jamaica; Student housing - Jamaica; Irvine Hall (Jamaica).
    • *Front view of Irvine Hall from its accompanying parking lot. Irvine Hall was named for former VC of St Andrews University, Scotland, Sir James Irvine, a well-known carbohydrate chemist, who was instrumental in the development of the UCWI.
    • The main bout

    • Boxing
    • The narrator recalls a dream he had of a boxing match between Busta the Bruiser who can take a lot of punishment and still stay on his feet, and Wills who packs a good wallop and displays fast foot-work. Both men fought hard, determined to win, but...
    • Christmas Eve

    • Christmas stories; City and town life; Rural life; Interpersonal relations; loss
    • Christmas Eve is usually a time of food, laughter and good cheer, but for some like Connie, there is little cause to celebrate. In the country, she listens to her family’s chatter as they express their wishes for a better new year. Mass Jim talks...
    • Night shudders over all

    • Man-woman relationship; Marriage; Infidelity
    • Night time seems to bring to fore all sorts of events and behavior as people reach out for life or try to make sense of it. The author presents some examples, including: the wife who suspects her artist husband of philandering with his latest...

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