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PIED1211 - Full Module Reading List (with links to the library)

Making of the Global South, 2012/13, Semester 1
Dr Jorg Wiegratz
J.Wiegratz@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Key texts for this course are:

• Tim Allen and Alan Thomas (eds.), 2000, Poverty and Development into the 21st Century

• Bernard Waites, 1999, Europe and the Third World : from colonization to decolonization, c.1500-1998, c.1500-1998

• Eric Wolf, 1997, 2nd edition, Europe and the people without history

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Also of general use:

• L.S. Stavrianos, 1981, Global rift : the Third World comes of age

• Mike Mason. 1997, Development and Disorder: A History of the Third World since 1945

• A. Thomas and B. Crow, 1994, 2nd edition., Third World Atlas

• William Woodruff, 1998, 3rd edn. A Concise History of the Modern World: 1500 to the Present

N.B. If you cannot get hold of Allen & Thomas (2000), try the 1992 edition, published as Poverty and Development in the 1990s. Chapter numbers and titles are slightly different, but material is similar in most instances.

See furthermore for general use during your studies: 

- Andrew Heywood, Key concepts in politics - Andrew Heywood, Politics - Ken Roberts, Key concepts in sociology - Andrew Levine, Political keywords : a guide for students, activists, and everyone else - Thomas Diez et al., Key concepts in international relations - Martin Griffiths et al., International relations theory for the twenty-first century : an introduction - Robert Leach, The politics companion - Oxford Dictionary of Politics - Oxford Dictionary of Sociology - Oxford Dictionary of Critical theory - The Penguin dictionary of international relations - The Penguin dictionary of critical theory

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WEEK 1 - Introduction

*BERNSTEIN, H. (2000), ‘Colonialism, capitalism, development’, chapter 11 in T. Allen and A. Thomas, Poverty and Development into the 21st Century. [Alternatively see chapter 8 by Bernstein et al. in the 1992 edition of Allen and Thomas, Poverty and Development in the 1990s].

*STAVRIANOS, L.S. (1981), Global Rift: The Third World Comes of Age, ch. 1 Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

*ISBISTER, J. (2003) Promises not kept: poverty and the betrayal of Third World development (6 th ed.), chapter 4 Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

* RODNEY, W. (1972), How Europe Underdeveloped Africa , chapter 1 ‘Some questions on development’ Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

*WAITES, B. (1999), Europe and the Third World, chapter 1 ‘Introduction and Overview’ Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

FERRO, M. (1997), Colonization: A Global History , chapter 1 EBook available WEBSTER, A. (1990), Introduction to the Sociology of Development, chapter 4.3

WOLF, E.R. (1997), Europe and the People Without History, Part 1

HEYWOOD, A. (2000) Key concepts in politics, chapter 2 'Basic concepts' Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE  

HEYWOOD, A. (1997) Politics, chapter 1 'What is politics' Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

LEACH, R. (2008) The politics companion, part I, section 1 'What is politics really about? ' Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

HAY, C. (2007) Why we hate politics, chapter 2, pp. 61-70 Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

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WEEK 2 - The Americas before and after European arrival

Look in particular at Modern History T-0 in both the Brotherton and Boyle libraries

*BUJRA, J. (2000), ‘Diversity in pre-capitalist societies’, chapter 10 in T. Allen and A. Thomas, Poverty and Development into the 21st Century.

*NEWSON L. (1996), ‘The Latin American Colonial Experience’ in D. Preston Latin American Development: geographical perspectives

*STAVRIANOS, L.S. (1981), Global Rift: The Third World Comes of Age, ch. 4

*WAITES, B. (1999), Europe and the Third World, chap.2 ‘Europe and the Americas’

*WOLF, E.R. (1997), Europe and the People Without History, ch.2, 5

ADELMAN, J. (ed.) (1999), Colonial Legacies: the problem of persistence in Latin American history

BARTON, J. (1997), A Political Geography of Latin America

GALEANO, E. (1973), Open Veins of Latin America: Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent

WOODRUFF, W. (1998), 3 rd ed. A Concise History of the Modern World: 1500 to the Present (chapter 18) EBook available

There are various ‘general history of Latin America’ texts, as indicated below:

BAKEWELL, P. (2004), A History of Latin America

BETHELL, L. (ed.) The Cambridge History of Latin America. See vols I, II and XI.

BROMLEY R. and BROMLEY R. (1982), South American Development: A Geographical Introduction

BURKHOLDER M.A. and JOHNSON L.C. (1994), Colonial Latin America

FAGG J.E. (1963), Latin America: A General History

FIELDHOUSE, D.K. (1982) (2 nd . ed. ), The Colonial Empires, ch. 2

KEEN B. (1996) (5th ed.), A History of Latin America, ch.1 Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

LOCKHART J. and SCHWARTZ S.B. (1983), Early Latin America: A History of Colonial Spanish America and Brazil

McALISTER L.N. (1984), Spain and Portugal in the New World 1492-1700

PENDLE G. (1971), A History of Latin America

RICHARDSON, B.C. (1992), The Caribbean in the wider world, 1492-1992

STANNARD, D.E. (1992), American Holocaust: The Conquest of the New World

WILLIAMSON E. (1992), The Penguin History of Latin America, Part One + ch.6

On the indigenous Indian population, also see:

BERGER T.R. (1991), A Long and Terrible Shadow: White Values, Native Rights in the Americas 1492-1992

COOK, N.D. (1998), Born to Die: Disease and New World Conquest, 1492 - 1650

KICZA J.E. (ed.) (1993), The Indian in Latin American History

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WEEK 3 - The Transatlantic Slave Trade and Slavery in the Americas

This year (2007) has seen the bicentenary of the abolition of the Transatlantic Slave Trade by the British Parliament in 1807. This has led to many articles in the press and on the internet about this subject, as well as publications by non-governmental organisations, for example:

World Development Movement (2007), 200 Years On: The legacies of enslavement and abolition. Available at http://www.wdm.org.uk/resources/briefings/other/200yearson01022007.pdf

*WOLF, E. (1997), Europe and the people without history, chapter 7

*STAVRIANOS, L.S. (1981), Global Rift: The Third World Comes of Age, ch. 5

*WAITES, B. (1999), Europe and the Third World, chap.2 ‘Europe and the Americas’

*RODNEY, W. (1972), How Europe Underdeveloped Africa

*INIKORI J.E. and ENGERMAN S.L. (1992) (eds), The Atlantic slave trade : effects on economies, societies, and peoples in Africa, the Americas, and Europe :

*WILLIAMS, E. (1944, 1961 ed.), Capitalism and Slavery

*SOLOW B.L. and ENGERMAN S.L. (1987) (eds), British Capitalism and Caribbean Slavery: the legacy of Eric Williams

*BLACKBURN R. (1997), The Making of New World Slavery

*MANNING, P. (1990), Slavery and African Life: Occidental, Oriental and African Slave Trades

* NIM AKO, K. and WILLEMSEN, G. (2011), The Dutch Atlantic : slavery, abolition and emancipation

* SHILLINGTON, K. (2012) History of Africa, chapter 12 Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

ANDREWS, G.R. (2004), Afro-Latin America

ANSTEY, R. (1975), The Atlantic Slave Trade and British Abolition 1760-1810

BLACKBURN, R. (2011a), The American crucible : slavery, emancipation and human rights

BLACKBURN, R. (2011b), The overthrow of Colonial Slavery 1776-1848, 2nd edition

BLACKBURN, R. (2010), The making of New World slavery : from the baroque to the modern, 1492-1800, 2nd edition

CONRAD, C.E. (1994), Children of God’s Fire: a documentary history of black slavery

CRATON M. et al. (1976), Slavery, abolition, and emancipation : Black slaves and the British Empire : a thematic documentary

CURTIN P.D. (1969), The atlantic slave trade: a census

DAVIDSON B. (Ed.) (1964), The African Past: chronicles from antiquity to modern times

GOTT, R. (2011), Britain's empire : resistance, repression and revolt, part VII

KLEIN, H.S. (1986), African slavery in Latin American and the Caribbean

LINEBAUGH, P. and REDIKER, M. (2002) The many-headed hydra : sailors, slaves, commoners, and the hidden history of the revolutionary Atlantic, introduction

MIERS, S. and KLEIN, M.A. (1998) Slavery and Colonial Rule in Africa

NEWSINGER , J. (2006), The blood never dried : a people's history of the British Empire

RAWLEY, J.A. (1981), The Transatlantic Slave Trade: A History

REYNOLDS, E. (1985), Stand the Storm: A History of the Atlantic Slave Trade

REDIKER, M. (2008) The slave ship : a human history, chapter 1

SOLOW B.L. (1991), Slavery and the Rise of the Atlantic System

THOMAS H. (1997), The Slave Trade: The History of the Atlantic Slave Trade 1440 - 1870

THORNTON J. (1998), Africa and Africans in the making of the Atlantic world, 1400-1800

TIBBLES, A. (1994), Transatlantic Slavery: Against Human Dignity

WALVIN, J. (1992), Black Ivory: A History of British Slavery

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WEEK 4 - India - from the British East India Company to the Raj

Look in particular at Modern History N-40 in both the Brotherton and Boyle libraries

*POTTER, D. (2000), ‘The power of colonial states’, chapter 13 in T. Allen and A. Thomas, Poverty and Development into the 21st Century. [Alternatively see chapter 10 by Potter in the 1992 edition of Allen and Thomas, Poverty and Development in the 1990s ].

*WOLF, E.R. (1997), Europe and the People Without History, ch. 8

*STAVRIANOS, L.S. (1981), Global Rift: The Third World Comes of Age, chaps. 7 and 12

*WAITES, B. (1999), Europe and the Third World, chap.3 ‘Europe and Asia’

*DAVIS, M. (2001), Late Victorian holocausts : El Niño famines and the making of the Third World, chapter 10 ‘India: The modernization of poverty’ Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

ALAVI, H. and HARRISS J. (eds.) (1989), South Asia

BAYLY, C.A. (1990), The Raj: India and the British 1600-1947

BROWN J.M. (1985), Modern India: The Origins of an Asian Democracy

BUJRA, J. (2000), ‘Diversity in pre-capitalist societies’, chapter 10 in T. Allen and A. Thomas, Poverty and Development into the 21st Century.

DAVEY, B. (1975), The Economic Development of India: a Marxist analysis (Spokesman Paperback no.20, Nottingham)

FIELDHOUSE, D.K. (1982) (2nd. ed.), The colonial empires : a comparative survey from the eighteenth century, Part 2, ch. 12

FIELDHOUSE, D.K. (1981), Colonialism 1870-1945: An Introduction Part 1, ch. 1-6

KIERNAN, V.G. (1974), Marxism and imperialism : studies

MARKOVITS, C. (ed.) (2004), A History of Modern India, 1480-1950

MASON, C. (2000), A Short History of Asia (chapters 15 and 16)

MEYER, M.W. (1997), Asia : a concise history (especially chapters 8, 12 and 17)

MUKHERJEE, R. (1974), The Rise and Fall of the East India Company

ROTHERMUND, D. (1993) (2nd. ed.), An Economic History of India: From Pre-Colonial Times to 1991

SPEAR, P. (1965), A history of India. Vol.2, From the sixteenth century to the twentieth century

WOLPERT, S. (1993) (4th. ed.), A New History of India

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WEEK 5 - The Scramble for Africa

Look in particular at Modern History N-90 in both the Brotherton and Boyle libraries

*STAVRIANOS, L.S. (1981), Global Rift: The Third World Comes of Age, Chapters 5, 10 and 14

*WAITES, B. (1999), Europe and the Third World, chap.4 ‘Europe and Africa’

*RODNEY, W. (1972), How Europe Underdeveloped Africa

BUJRA, J. (2000), ‘Diversity in pre-capitalist societies’, chapter 10 in T. Allen and A. Thomas, Poverty and Development into the 21st Century.

CHINWEIZU, (1987), The West and the Rest of Us: White Predators, Black Slavers, and the African Elite, Part II, ch.1-4

DAVIDSON, B. (1978), Africa in Modern History

DAVIDSON, B. (1994), The Search for Africa: A History in the Making.[See section entitled ‘Claims’.]

FAGE, J.D. (1978), A History of Africa

FANON, F. (1967), The Wretched of the Earth

FANON, F. (1967), Black Skin, White Masks

FIELDHOUSE, D.K. (1982) (2nd. ed. ), The Colonial Empires, chaps. 9 and 10

FREUND B. (1998, 2nd ed.), The Making of Contemporary Africa: The Development of African Society since 1800

HOBSBAWM, E.J. (1987), The Age of Empire: 1875 - 1914

PAKENHAM, T. (1994), The Scramble for Africa, 1876-1912

SIK, E. The History of Black Africa Vol I Part 4

WILSON, H.S. (1977), The Imperial Experience in Sub-Saharan Africa Since 1870

WOODRUFF, W. (1998), 3rd ed. A Concise History of the Modern World: 1500 to the Present, chapter 4 on Africa

Specifically on South Africa, see

LESTER, A., NEL, E. and BINNS, T. (2000), South Africa Past, Present and Future - Gold at the end of the Rainbow?

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WEEK 6- Colonialism and Gender Relations

*WAYLEN, G. (1996), Gender in Third World Politics, chapter 'Colonialism'

AFSHAR, H. (1991), Women, Development and Survival in the Third World

BOZZOLI, B. WITH NKOTSOE, M. (1991), Women of Phokeng, Consciousness, Life Strategy and Migrancy in South Africa 1900-83, James Curry, London.

ETIENNE, M. and LEACOCK E. (eds.) (1980) Women and colonization - anthropological perspectives

FOLEY, T. et al., (eds.) (1995), Gender and Colonialism, Galway University Press.

HAFKIN, N. J. and BAY, E. G. (eds.) (1976), Women in Africa - studies in social and economic change (especially chapter by Robertson)

HAGGIS J, (1988) Women and colonialism - untold stories and conceptual absences: a critical survey

HAY, M.J. and STICHTER, S. (eds.) (1984), African women south of the Sahara (especially chapters by Henn and O’Barr)

JAYAWARDENA, K. (1986), Feminism and nationalism in the Third World

KINSMAN, M. (1983), ‘Beasts of Burden - the subordination of Southern Tswana Women, ca 1800-1840’ in Journal of Southern African studies., 10(1) 38-54.

KLEINBERG, S.J. (ed.), (1992), Retrieving women's history : changing perceptions of the role of women in politics and society, Berg publishers, Oxford.

MIES, M. (1998), Patriarchy and Accumulation on a World Scale, Women in the International Division of Labour, Zed Books, London.

MOHANTY, C.T., RUSSO, A. and TORRES L. (eds.) (1991), Third World Women and the Politics of Feminism

ROBERTSON, C. and BERGER, I. (eds.) (1986), Women and class in Africa

ROTHCHILD, D. and CHAZAN, N. (eds.) (1988), The precarious balance - state and society in Africa (especially chapter by Parpart)

SCHMIDT, E. (1992), Peasants, Traders and Wives, Shona Women in the History of Zimbabwe, James Currey, London.

SNYDER, M.C. and TADESSE, M. (1995), African Women and Development - A History, Zed Books, London

WALKER, C. (ed.) (1990), Women and Gender in Southern Africa to 1945, James Currey, London. 

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WEEK 7 - Reparations for slavery: debate

ROBINSON, R. (2001) The debt : what America owes to Blacks

ASARE, W. K. (2006) Slavery reparations in perspective

BLOCK, W. (2002), 'On Reparations to Blacks for Slavery', The Human rights review., July-September.

HOWARD-HASSMANN, R.E. (2004), 'Reparations to Africa and the Group of Eminent Persons', Cahiers d'études africaines., Vol. 44, Cahier 173/174.

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WEEK 8 - Impact of Colonialism on Land

*WOLF, E.R. (1997), Europe and the People Without History, ch. 11

*BERNSTEIN, H. (2000), ‘Colonialism, capitalism, development’, chapter 11, section 11.4, in T. Allen and A. Thomas, Poverty and Development into the 21st Century. [Alternatively see chapter 9 by Bernstein et al. in the 1992 edition of Allen and Thomas, Poverty and Development in the 1990s ].

*WAITES, B. (1999), Europe and the Third World, chaps. 5 (Asia) and 6 (Africa)

BERNSTEIN, H. et al. (eds.) (1992), Rural Livelihoods - Crises and Responses – see chapters 2-4 by Bernstein on ‘Agrarian Structures and Change in Latin America; India; and sub-Saharan Africa’.

GREEN D. (1991), Faces of Latin America, ch.2

For seminar discussions on land reform in Zimbabwe, see:

*BUSH R. and SZEFTEL M. (2000), ‘Commentary - The Struggle for Land’ in Review of African political economy. No.84, pp.173-80

*MOYO, S. (2000), ‘The Political Economy of Land Acquisition and Redistribution in Zimbabwe, 1990-1999’ in Journal of Southern African studies. vol.26 no.1, pp.5-28

* SACHIKONYE, L.M. (2003), ‘From Growth with Equity to Fast-Track Land Reform: Zimbabwe’s Land Question’ in Review of African political economy. No.96, pp.227-40.

ALEXANDER, J. (1994), ‘State, Peasantry and Resettlement in Zimbabwe’ in Review of African political economy. No.61, pp.325-45

BOWYER-BOWER, T.A.S. and STONEMAN, C. (2000) (eds.), Land Reform in Zimbabwe - Constraints and Prospects

BUSH R. and SZEFTEL M. (2002), ‘Sovereignty, Democracy and Zimbabwe’s Tragedy’ in Review of African Political Economy No.91, pp.5-12

HAMMAR, A. et al. (eds.) (2003), Zimbabwe's unfinished business : rethinking land, state and nation in the context of crisis

HELLUM, A. and DERMAN, B. (2004), ‘Land Reform and Human Rights in Contemporary Zimbabwe’ in World Development Vol. 32 No.10 [also other articles in same edition]

KIBBLE, S. and VENLERBERGHE, P. (2001), Land, Power And Poverty - Farm Workers and the Crisis in Zimbabwe

KINSEY, B. (2001), ‘Land reform, growth and equity: Emerging evidence from Zimbabwe’s settlement programme’ in Journal of Southern African Studies vol.27 no.1

MANBY, B. HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH (2002), Zimbabwe : fast track land reform in Zimbabwe

McGREGOR, J. (2002), ‘The Politics of Disruption - War Veterans and the Local State in Zimbabwe’ in African Affairs No.101, pp.9-37

MELDRUM, A. (2004), Where we have hope : a memoir of Zimbabwe

MOORE, D. (2001), ‘Is the Land the Economy and the economy the Land? Primitive Accumulation in Zimbabwe’ in Journal of contemporary African studies. vol.19 no.2, pp.253-66

MOYO, S. and MATONDI, P. (2003), ‘The Politics of Land Reform in Zimbabwe’, in M. Baregu and C. Landsberg (eds.) From Cape to Congo : Southern Africa's evolving security challenges

MOYO, S. et al. (2000), ‘Land Reform and Changing Social Relations for Farm Workers in Zimbabwe’ in Review of African political economy. No.91

SACHIKONYE, L.M. (2004), Inheriting the earth - Land reform in southern Africa (published by Catholic Institute for International Relations, London, www.ciir.org )

SCOONES, I. ET AL. (2010) Zimbabwe's Land Reform: Myths & Realities, London: James Currey, chapter 1 Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

SCOONES, I. (2008), ‘A New Start: Challenging the Myths About Zimbabwean Agriculture and Land Reform’, http://www.ids.ac.uk/files/dmfile/AnewstartforZimbabweScoones150920081.pdf

SHAW, W.H. (2003), ‘They Stole Our Land - debating the expropriation of white farms in Zimbabwe’ in Journal of Modern African Studies vol.41 no.1, pp.75-89

THOMAS, N.H. (2004), ‘Land Reform in Zimbabwe’ in Third world quarterly vol.24 no.4, pp.691-712.

WAETERLOOS, E. and RUTHERFORD, B. (2004) ‘Land Reform in Zimbabwe - Challenges and Opportunities for Poverty Reduction Among Commercial Farm Workers’ in World Development vol. 32 no. 3

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WEEK 9 - Anti-colonialism, Independence and Neo-colonialism

Many of the regional histories listed above include a section on Independence.

In general, see Modern History sections, S-0, T-0 and N-90.

*STAVRIANOS, L.S. (1981), Global Rift: The Third World Comes of Age, chaps 9, 18 and Part 4

*POTTER, D. (2000), ‘The power of colonial states’, chapter 12 (sections 12.2 and 12.3) in T. Allen and A. Thomas, Poverty and Development into the 21st Century. [Alternatively see chapter 10 by Potter in the 1992 edition of Allen and Thomas, Poverty and Development in the 1990s ].

*WAITES, B. (1999), Europe and the Third World, chap.8 ‘The Political Economy of Decolonisation’

*DARWIN, J. (1988), Britain and Decolonisation: the Retreat from Empire in the Post-war World

* NEWSINGER , J. (2006), The blood never dried: a people's history of the British Empire, chapter ‘Crushing the Mau Mau in Kenya’ Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

ANDERSON, David (2006) Histories of the Hanged: Britain's Dirty War in Kenya and the End of Empire: Testimonies from the Mau Mau Rebellion in Kenya, Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

BETHELL, L. (1987) (ed.), The Independence of Latin America.

CHAMBERLAIN, M.E. (1999) (2nd ed.), Decolonization - The Fall of the European Empires

DAVIDSON B. (1978), Africa in modern history : the search for a new society, Parts 5 and 6

ELKINS, Caroline (2005) Britain's Gulag: The Brutal End of Empire in Kenya Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

Caroline Elkins (Author)

FERRO, M. (1997), Colonization: A Global History, chapters 7, 9 and 10

FIELDHOUSE, D.K. (1982) (2nd. ed. ), The Colonial Empires, chapters 6 and17

FREUND B. (1998), The making of contemporary Africa : the development of African society since 1800, ch.9

GIFFORD P. and LOUIS W. (eds.) (1988), Decolonization and African independence : the transfers of power, 1960-1980

GRIMAL, H. (1978), Decolonization: The British, French, Dutch and Belgian Empires 1919-1963

HALPERIN, T (1993), The contemporary history of Latin America

HARGREAVES, J.D. (1988), Decolonization in Africa

HOLLAND, R.F. (1985), European decolonization 1918-1981 : an introductory survey

HOWE, S. (1993), Anticolonialism in British Politics: the left and the end of Empire, 1918-64

MASON, M. (1997), Development and Disorder: A History of the Third World since 1945

MOSES, D. ed. (2008) Empire, colony, genocide : conquest, occupation, and subaltern resistance in world history

OPEN UNIVERSITY (1982), Third World studies. Block 2, The making of the Third World (U 204), Block 2 Part E

SPRINGHALL (2000), Decolonisation since 1945 : the collapse of European overseas empires

SPYBEY T. (1992), Social Change, Development and Dependency ch.9

WHITE, N.J. (1999), Decolonisation : the British experience since 1945

WILSON, H.S. (1994), African Decolonization

WOODRUFF, W. (1998), (3rd ed.) A Concise History of the Modern World: 1500 to the Present, chapter 16 on ‘The Decolonization of Africa’

WORSLEY, Peter (1984), The three worlds : culture and world development, pp. 290-305

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WEEK 10 - Socialism in the South

*KILMISTER A. (2000), ‘Socialist Models of Development’, chapter 14 in T. Allen and A. Thomas, Poverty and Development into the 21st Century. [Alternatively see chapter by Kilmister in the 1992 edition of Allen and Thomas, Poverty and Development in the 1990s ].

*SUTTON, K. and ZAIMECHE, S.E. (2002), ‘The collapse of state socialism in the socialist Third World’ in Desai, V. and Potter, R. B. (eds.) (2002), The Companion to Development Studies

*STAVRIANOS, L.S. (1981), Global Rift: The Third World Comes of Age, chaps. 20, 22 and 23

*WILLIS, K. (2005), Theories and practices of development, chap. 3

BERNSTEIN H. (1988), ‘Development II - Variations on Socialism and Nationalism’ (ch.5), in B. Crow, M. Thorpe et al. Survival and Change in the Third World

CLAPHAM, C. (1992), ‘The collapse of socialist development in the Third World’ in Third world quarterly. vol.13 no.1. [and other articles in this edition]

DESFOSSES, H. and LEVESQUE, J. (eds.) (1975), Socialism In The Third World

DRAKAKIS-SMITH, D., DOHERTY, J. and THRIFT N. (1987), ‘Introduction: what is a socialist developing country? in Geography no.72

FORBES, D. and THRIFT N. (1987), The Socialist Third World

GRIFFIN, K. (1999) (2nd ed.), Alternative Strategies for Economic Development (chapter 8) EBook available

MASON, M. (1997), Development and Disorder: A History of the Third World since 1945 (chapter on Cuba, for example).

MUNSLOW, B. (1986), Africa: Problems in the Transition to Socialism

OTTAWAY, D. and OTTAWAY M. (1981), Afrocommunism

PETRAS J.F. (1984), Capitalist and Socialist Crises in the late 20th Century

POST, K. and WRIGHT, P. (1989), Socialism and Underdevelopment

WHITE G. et al. (eds.) (1983), Revolutionary Socialist Development in the Third World

YOUNG, C. (1982), Ideology and development in Africa

Specifically on Kerala, India:

*RAMACHANDRAN, V.K. (1997), ‘On Kerala’s Development Achievements’ in A. Sen and J. Drèze (eds.) Indian Development: Selected Regional Perspectives

*PAR AYIL, G. (1996), ‘The Kerala model of development: development and sustainability in the Third World’ in Third World Quarterly vol. 17 no.5, pp.941-957

*PAR AYIL, G. (ed.) (2000), Kerala – The Development Experience: Reflections on Sustainability and Replicability

*RAMANATHAIYER, S. and MACPHERSON, S. (2000), Social Development in Kerala: Illusion or Reality?

FRANKE, Richard W. and CHASIN, B.H. (1992), Kerala: Development through Radical Reform

HELLAR, P. (1995) ‘From Class Struggle to Class Compromise: Redistribution and Growth in a South Indian State’ in The journal of development studies., vol.13 no.5

PRAKASH, B.A. (1999), Kerala’s Economic Development: Issues and Problems

SEN, G. (1992), ‘Social Needs and Public Accountability’ in M. Wuyts et al (eds.) Development Policy and Public Action Available as an Online Course Reading in the VLE

UNDP (1996), Human Development Report 1996 [Box on Kerala, p.81]

ZACHARIAH, M. and SOORYAMOORTHY, R. (1994) Science for Social Revolution: Achievements and Dilemmas of a Development Movement - The Kerala Sastra Sahitya Parishad

Specifically on Cuba:

*CHOMSKY, A., CARR B. AND SMORKALOFF, P.M. (eds.) (2004), The Cuba reader : history, culture, politics

*GOTT, R. (2005), Cuba - A New History

*KIRBY, P. (2003), Introduction to Latin America: Twenty First Century Challenges (chapter 8 on Cuba)

* LAMBIE, G. (2010), The Cuban Revolution in the 21st Century, chapter 4 EBook available

*STUBBS, J. (1989), Cuba: The Test of Time

BAKEWELL, P.J. (2004), A History of Latin America - c.1450 to the present (chapter 5)

BENGELSDORT, C. (1994), The Problem of Democracy in Cuba

BETHELL, L. (ed) (1993), Cuba: A Short History (final chapter)

BUNCK, J.M. (1994), Fidel Castro and the Quest for a Revolutionary Culture in Cuba

CARDOSO E.A. and HELWEGE, A. (1992), Cuba after Communism

CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS SOBRE AMERICA (1992), The Cuban Revolution into the 1990s: Cuban Perspectives

DE VOS, P. (2005), ‘No-one Left Abandoned - Cuba’s National Health Service Since The 1959 Revolution’ in International Journal of Health Services, vol. 35 no. 1.

ECKSTEIN, S.E. (1994), Back from the Future: Cuba under Castro

HALEBSKY, S. et al (eds) (1992), Cuba in Transition: crisis and transformation

HATCHWELL, E. and CALDER, S. (1995), Cuba in focus : a guide to the people, politics and culture

KAPACI, A. (2000), Cuba - Island Of Dreams

MARTINEZ PUENTES, S. (2004), Cuba : beyond our dreams : economy, politics and unionism in the material, moral and human work of the Cuban revolution

PEREZ, L.A. Jr. (1995), (2nd ed.) Cuba - Between Reform and Revolution

PEREZ-STABLE, M. (1999), The Cuban Revolution: Origins, Course and Legacy

PURCELL, S.K. and ROTHKOPF, D. (eds.) (2000), Cuba: The Contours of Change

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* NIMAKO, K. AND WILLEMSEN, G. (2011), The Dutch Atlantic, chapter 6. Available online

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WORSLEY, Peter (1982), The Three Worlds, Part V

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