Sport in the Black Atlantic

Cricket, Canada and the Caribbean diaspora

by Janelle Joseph, John Horne

Description
Introduction 1. Community 2. Routes 3. Nostalgia 4. Disjunctures 5. Diaspora space 6. Nationalisms Conclusion References Index
Endorsements

'Sport in the Black Atlantic provides a deep and theoretically sound look at how migrants of Caribbean origin spread across "the Black Atlantic" (England, North America, and the Caribbean) and make meaning of their social environments.' R. D. Sheptak Jr., Baldwin Wallace University, Choice, September 2017

Reviews

'Sport in the Black Atlantic provides a deep and theoretically sound look at how migrants of Caribbean origin spread across "the Black Atlantic" (England, North America, and the Caribbean) and make meaning of their social environments.' R. D. Sheptak Jr., Baldwin Wallace University, Choice, September 2017

Bibliographic Information
  • Pub date: September 2017
  • 9781526104939 / 1526104938
  • United Kingdom
  • HTML
  • Manchester University Press
  • Readership: College/higher education; Professional and scholarly
  • Publish State: Published
  • Series: Globalizing Sport Studies
  • Reference Code: 8200