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Feminism in Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago

Individual Feminists:

Patricia Mohammed

Internet Links:

The Women and Gender in Latin America: Anthropology / Economics / Sociology webpage at the Univ. of California, Berkeley, has an extensive bibliography of Caribbean resources here.


      Baksh-Soodeen, Rawwida. "Issues of Difference in Contemporary Caribbean Feminism." Feminist Review [You can read a summary of this article here.]

      Chouthi, Sandra. "Feminism in need of a stronger voice." Trinidad Express (8 March 1998). [You can read this article here.]

      Lopez, Suzanne. The 90 Most Prominent Women in Trinidad and Tobago. (out of print)

      Mohammed, Patricia, ed. Rethinking Caribbean Difference. Special Issue on the Caribbean, Feminist Review No. 59. (June 1998).

      Mohammed, Patricia and Althea Perkins. Caribbean Women at the Crossroads: The Dilemma of Decision-making among women of Barbados, St. Lucia and Dominica. New York: UWI Press and IPPF, 1998.

      Mohammed, Patricia and Catherine Shepherd, ed. Gender in Caribbean Development Papers presented at the Inaugural Seminar of the Women and Development Studies Project of the University of the West Indies. (Women and Development Studies, U.W.I., Trinidad, Jamaica and Barbados, 1988).

      Reddock, Rhoda. Situational Analysis of UNDP Gender Mainstreaming Experiences in Trinidad and Tobago. UNDP, 1997. [You can read this report here.]

      Reddock, Rhoda E. Women, Labour, and Politics in Trinidad and Tobago: A History. Zed Books, 1994.

      Yelvington, Kevin A. Producing Power: Ethnicity, Gender, and Class in a Caribbean Workplace. Temple Univ. Press, 1995.

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