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  1. No Sex Please, We’re Feminists: Sexual Silences in Caribbean Gender and Development Studies more..

    2020

    Tonya Haynes

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    Completed

  2. Gender, Sexuality and Feminism in the Caribbean: Transdisciplinary Engagements more..

    2019

    DeShong, Halimah AF

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    Completed

  3. Caribbean Gender Consciousness Online: Reading Discourses of (Homo) sexuality, Modernity and Nation more..

    2012

    Haynes, Tonya

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    Completed

  4. Methodologies in Caribbean Research on Gender and Sexuality, by Kamala Kempadoo and Halimah AF DeShong (eds) more..

    2021

    Tamale, Sylvia

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    Completed

  5. Gender and Sexuality: Behavior, Attitudes and Taboos Among UWI Students on the St. Augustine Campus more..

    2008

    Douglas, D and Reid, Sandra and Reddock, Rhoda

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    Completed

  6. Gender and Sexuality: Behavior, Attitudes and Taboos Among UWI Students on the St. Augustine Campus more..

    2008

    Douglas, D and Reid, Sandra and Reddock, Rhoda

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    Completed

  7. Gender and sexuality: behaviour, attitudes and taboos among University of the West Indies Students on the St. Augustine Campus more..

    2006

    Douglas, D and Reddock, R and Reid, S

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    Completed

  8. Gender, sexuality and sexual violence: A feminist analysis of Vincentian women’s experiences in violent heterosexual relationships more..

    2011

    DeShong, Halimah

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    Completed

  9. Gender and sexuality: behaviour, attitudes and taboos among University of the West Indies Students on the St. Augustine Campus more..

    2006

    Douglas, D and Reddock, R and Reid, S

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    Completed

  10. Embodied Theories: Local Knowledge (s), Community Organizing, and Feminist Methodologies in Caribbean Sexuality Studies. more..

    2013

    Nixon, Angelique V and King, Rosamond S

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    Completed