Table of contents for Family love in the diaspora : migration and the Anglo-Caribbean experience / Mary Chamberlain.


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Part 1: Introduction and Perspectives
1. Families and Oral History                            3
2. Historical Perspectives on African-Caribbean Families  19
Part 2: Narratives of the Family
3. "Praisesongs" of the Family                         45
4. Continuities and Change                             63
5. Transnational Narratives and National Belongings    89
Part 3: Families through the Narratives of...
6. The Wider Household: Grandparents and Other Kin    119
7. Small Worlds: Families and Children                141
8. Brothers and Sisters, Uncles and Aunts             167
Part 4. Comparison and Conclusion
9. Indo-Caribbean Families in Britain and the Caribbean  185
10. Conclusion                                        213



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Blacks Caribbean Area Migrations, Blacks Great Britain Migrations, Families, Black Caribbean Area History, Families, Black Caribbean Area Social conditions, Families, Black Great Britain History, Families, Black Great Britain Social conditions