1. Preface: Badiou in Jamaica?
  2. David Scott
  3. pp. vii-xiv
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  1. Silence and Specters: The British Empire and the 1904 Haitian Commemorations of Independence
  2. Jack Daniel Webb
  3. pp. 1-16
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  1. On Ecstatic-Aesthetic Universality—In Zong!
  2. Daniel Benjamin
  3. pp. 17-34
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  1. From "Cockfight" to Polyrhythm: Writing Difference on the Island of Hispaniola
  2. Paul Emiljanowicz
  3. pp. 35-50
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  1. Interim Time: Recasting the Revolutionary Jamaican 1970s
  2. Donette Francis
  3. pp. 52-61
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  1. Reading the Jamaican 1970s as Political Thriller: Lessons from Pop Fiction
  2. Rachel L. Mordecai
  3. pp. 62-76
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  1. "Black Man Time Now": Race, Class, and Culture in 1970s-based Jamaican Fiction
  2. Kim Robinson-Walcott
  3. pp. 77-96
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  1. The Jamaican Left: Dogmas, Theories, and Politics, 1974–1980
  2. Rupert Lewis
  3. pp. 97-111
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  1. Reading the Seventies in a Different Stylie: Dub, Poetry, and the Urgency of Message
  2. Brian Meeks
  3. pp. 112-133
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  1. The Jamaican 1970s and Its Influence on the Making of Black Britain
  2. Eddie Chambers
  3. pp. 134-149
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  1. The Body and Performance in 1970s Jamaica: Toward a Decolonial Cultural Method
  2. Honor Ford-Smith
  3. pp. 150-168
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  1. "The Word Is Love": Michael Manley's Style of Radical Political Will
  2. David Scott
  3. pp. 169-186
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  1. May You Live in Interesting Times
  2. Phillip Thomas
  3. pp. 187-194
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  1. "He Was a Lion, and He Would Destroy Much": A Speculative School of Revolutionary Politics
  2. Sara E. Johnson
  3. pp. 195-207
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  1. Thy Neighbor's Slave Society: Rethinking Comparison in the History of Caribbean Slavery
  2. Laura Rosanne Adderley
  3. pp. 208-219
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  1. Slavery, Freedom, and the Work of Speculation
  2. Ada Ferrer
  3. pp. 220-228
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 229-231
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