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IRISH MIGRATION STUDIES IN LATIN AMERICA
Society for Irish Latin American Studies

Volume 5 – Number 3 November 2007 Guest Editor: Jorge L. Chinea

Editors: Edmundo Murray, Claire Healy Associate Editor: Patricia Novillo-Corvalán

ISSN 1661-6065

Society for Irish Latin American Studies (SILAS) Smoorbeg, Kill, Co. Waterford, Ireland This journal is available online at SILAS website:www.irlandeses.org

Irish Migration Studies in Latin America

CONTENTS
Jorge L. Chinea (Guest Editor), Ireland and the Caribbean..................................................................... 143 Nini Rodgers, The Irish in the Caribbean 1641-1837: An Overview......................................................... 145 Patricia Novillo-Corvalán, Literary Migrations: Homer’s Journeythrough Joyce’s Ireland and Walcott’s Saint Lucia ...................................................................................................................................... 157 Eileen Anderson, An Alternative View to the Propaganda: The Irish-American Press and the SpanishAmerican War................................................................................................................................. 163 Jorge L. Chinea, Irish Indentured Servants, Papists and Colonists in Spanish Colonial Puerto Rico, ca. 1650-1800 ...................................................................................................................................... 171 Margaret Brehony, Irish Railroad Workers in Cuba: Towards a Research Agenda ................................... 183Rafael Fernández Moya, The Irish Presence in the History and Place Names of Cuba .............................. 189 Gera Burton, Liberty’s Call: Richard Robert Madden’s Voice in the Anti-Slavery Movement ................... 199 Orla Power, Beyond Kinship: A Study of the Eighteenth-century Irish Community at Saint Croix, Danish WestIndies....................................................................................................................................... 207 Thomas Byrne, Banished by Cromwell? John Hooke and the Caribbean..................................................... 215 José Antonio Quintana García, John Dynamite: Marine Mambí............................................................. 221 Lamia Tewfik, ‘I arise and go with William Butler Yeats’: Cultural Dovetailingin Lorna Goodison’s ‘Country Sligoville’............................................................................................................................ 225 Carlota Caulfield, A Taste of My Life: Texts and Poems ........................................................................... 231 Cielo G. Festino, Review of Jonathan Skinner’s ‘Before the Volcano: Reverberations of Identityon Montserrat’....................................................................................................................................... 235 Gera Burton, Review of Nini Rodgers’s ‘Ireland, Slavery and Anti-Slavery, 1612-1865’ ........................... 241 Karen Racine, Review of Matthew Brown’s ‘Adventuring through Spanish Colonies: Simón Bolívar, Foreign Mercenaries, and the Birthof New Nations’..................................................................................... 249

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Irish Migration Studies in Latin America

Ireland and the Caribbean
By Jorge L. Chinea Guest Editor The Caribbean was the first American region to come to the attention of sixteenth-century Europeans. It was here that they at first marvelled at the pristine beauty of the NewWorld, were puzzled by the 'strange' Arawak and Carib natives, lorded it over the indigenous people and their countryside in the name of religion, civilisation, and mercantile expansion. They thereby set in motion the largest transoceanic migratory movement in the history of the world. The pursuit of riches and fame lured enterprising people from throughout the 'Old World,' fascinated by the unique...
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