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Peter Abrahams. Jamaica: An Island Mosaic. London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office. 1957. 284pp.

Mervyn C. Alleyne. Roots of Jamaican Culture. Pluto Press. 1988. 186pp.

Diane J. Austin-Broos. Jamaica Genesis: Religion and the Politics of Moral Orders. University of Chicago Press. 1997. 304pp.

Lloyd G. Barnett. The Constitutional Law of Jamaica. Oxford University Press. 1977. 468pp.

Jean Besson. Martha Brae's Two Histories: European Expansion and Caribbean Culture-Building in Jamaica. UNC Press. 2002. 393pp. History of Martha Brae, a Jamaican port.

Aggrey Brown. Color, Class, and Politics in Jamaica. Transaction Publishers. 1979. 172pp.

Patrick Bryan. The Jamaican People, 1880-1902: Race, Class and Social Control. University of the West Indies Press. 2001. 320pp.

Steeve O. Buckridge. Language of Dress: Resistance and Accomodation in Jamaica, 1760-1890. University of the West Indies Press. 2004. 270pp.

Kathleen Mary Butler. The Economics of Emancipation: Jamaica & Barbados, 1823-1843. UNC Press. 1995. 198pp.

Mary Manning Carley. Jamaica: The Old and the New. Praeger. 1963. 212pp.

Georges A. Fauriol. Foreign Policy Behavior of Caribbean States: Guyana, Haiti, and Jamaica. University Press of America. 1984. 338pp.

Barry Floyd. Jamaica: An Island Microcosm. Macmillan. 1979. 164pp.

Obika Gray. Demeaned But Empowered: The Social Power of the Urban Poor in Jamaica. University of the West Indies Press. 2004. 429pp.

Douglas Hall. Free Jamaica, 1838-1865: An Economic History. Yale University Press. 1959. 290pp.

Anthony Harriott (editor). Understanding Crime in Jamaica: New Challenges for Public Policy. University of the West Indies Press. 2003. 239pp.

Michelle Harrison. King Sugar: Jamaica, the Caribbean, and the World Sugar Industry. NYU Press. 2001. 168pp.

Richard Hart. Towards Decolonisation: Political, Labour and Economic Developments in Jamaica, 1938-1945. Canoe Press. 1999. 329pp.

B. W. Higman. Slave Population and Economy in Jamaica, 1807-1834. University of the West Indies Press. 1995. 348pp.

B. W. Higman. Jamaican Food: History, Biology, Culture. University of the West Indies Press. 2008. 580pp.

Thomas C. Holt. The Problem of Freedom: Race, Labor, and Politics in Jamaica and Britain, 1832-1938. Johns Hopkins University Press. 1991. 552pp.

Samuel J. Hurwitz; Edith F. Hurwitz. Jamaica: A Historical Portrait. Praeger. 1971. 273pp.

Michael Kaufman. Jamaica Under Manley: Dilemmas of Socialism and Democracy. Zed Books. 1985. 282pp.

Nelson W. Keith; Novella Z. Keith. The Social Origins of Democratic Socialism in Jamaica. Temple University Press. 1992. 320pp.

F. S. J. Ledgister. Class Alliances and the Liberal Authoritarian State: The Roots of Post-Colonial Democracy in Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, and Surinam. Africa World Press. 1998. 216pp.

George Metcalf. Royal Government and Political Conflict in Jamaica, 1729-1783. Longmans. 1965. 256pp. For the Royal Commonwealth Society.

Kathleen E. A. Monteith; Glen Richards (editors). Jamaica in Slavery and Freedom: History, Heritage and Culture. University of the West Indies Press. 2002. 391pp.

Brian L. Moore; Michele A. Johnson. Neither Led Nor Driven: Contesting British Cultural Imperialism in Jamaica, 1865-1920. University of the West Indies Press. 2004. 350pp.

Trevor Munroe. Renewing Democracy Into the Millennium: The Jamaican Experience in Perspective. University of the West Indies Press. 1999. 184pp.

Rex Nettleford (editor). Jamaica in Independence: Essays on the Early Years. Heinemann. 1989. 364pp.

Katrin Norris. Jamaica: The Search for an Identity. Oxford University Press. 1962. 103pp.

Diana Paton. No Bond But the Law: Punishment, Race, and Gender in Jamaican State Formation, 1780-1870. Duke University Press. 2004. 291pp.

Orlando Patterson. The Sociology of Slavery: An Analysis of the Origins, Development, and Structure of Negro Slave Society in Jamaica. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 1969. 310pp.

James C. Riley. Poverty and Life Expectancy: The Jamaica Paradox. Cambridge University Press. 2005. 235pp.

Euclid A. Rose. Dependency and Socialism in the Modern Caribbean: Superpower Intervention in Guyana, Jamaica, and Grenada, 1970-1985. Lexington Books. 2002. 450pp.

Carl Stone. Class, State, and Democracy in Jamaica. Praeger. 1986. 198pp.

Frank Fonda Taylor. To Hell with Paradise: A History of the Jamaican Tourist Industry. University of Pittsburgh Press. 2003. 256pp.

Deborah A. Thomas. Modern Blackness: Nationalism, Globalization, and the Politics of Culture in Jamaica. Duke University Press. 2004. 357pp.

Mary Turner. Slaves and Missionaries: The Disintegration of Jamaican Slave Society, 1787-1834. University of the West Indies Press. 1998. 223pp.

Anita M. Waters. Race, Class, and Political Symbols: Rastafari and Reggae in Jamaican Politics. Transaction Publishers. 1989. 343pp.

Agnes M. Whitson. The Constitutional Development of Jamaica, 1660-1729. Manchester University Press. 1929. 182pp.




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