. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I N D E X
Abrahams, Roger, 111
agriculture, agricultural activities, 98–99,
101, 103, 104–5, 109–10, 111, 114, 121–
22, 124–25, 156, 158, 161, 163–65, 173–
75, 224, 226, 284, 289n6
Alexander, Henry Jacob, 250–51
Alexander, Jack, 41, 85
American Indian narratives, 272
Amit, Vered, 13, 287–88n4
Anancy stories, 81, 162, 290n5
Anderson, Benedict, 14
Anderson, Michael, 295n5
Anguilla, 293n5, 294n10
Appadurai, Arjun, 274–75
Augé, Marc, 17
Austin-Broos, Diane, 41, 47, 60, 89–90, 240
Barbados, 134, 292–93n12
Barth, Fredrik, 14
Basch, Linda, 219, 271
Basso, Keith, 15, 287n3
Baumann, Gerd, 13
belonging. See place making contexts;
relatedness contexts
Besson, Jean, 45–46
‘‘betterment’’ as migration goal, 38, 178–80,
199–201
Blackman, Roy, 135
Blanc, Cristina Szanton, 219
Brettell, Caroline, 10
Britain. See Great Britain
British Virgin Islands, destination experi-
ences of migrants to, 156–57, 188, 200–
201, 253, 294n11
Bruner, Edward, 272, 275
Bruner, Jerome, 84
Bryceson, Deborah, 14, 28
Byron, Margaret, 186, 293n3
Canada: Caribbean networks in, 140; desti-
nation experiences of migrants in, 138–43,
145, 233–39, 283; ethnic categories in,
260, 263; immigration policies of, 116,
139, 140, 292–93nn11–12; racial experi-
ences of migrants in, 236, 268
Capps, Lisa, 18–19
Caribbean migrations, 26–32, 288n8;
middle-class values and, 30–31; place of
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