Jamaican Airs Bibliography

Anonymous. “The Jamaican Airs.” In “Revisions to Edward Long’s The History of Jamaica, Volume II.” The C.E. Long Papers, Manuscripts Reading Room, the British Library, London, Add. MS 12405, ff. 335r-341v.

Aljoe, Nicole and Elizabeth Maddock Dillon. The Early Caribbean Digital Archive. Northeastern University, 2017. Ecda.northeastern.edu.

Beckford, William. A Descriptive Account of the Island. London: T. and J. Egerton, 1790.

Berliner, Paul. The Soul of Mbira: Music and Traditions of the Shona People of Zimbabwe. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1978.

Bettelheim, Judith. “Women in Masquerade and Performance,” African Arts 31, 2 (1998): 68-94.

---. “The Jonkonnu Festival: Its Relation to Caribbean and African Masquerades,” Jamaican Journal 10, 2-3 (1976): 20-27.

Brathwaite, Edward Kamau. The Development of Creole Society in Jamaica, 1770-1820. Kingston: Clarendon Press, 1970.

---. The Folk Culture of the Slaves in Jamaica. London: New Beacon Books, 1971.

---. “The ‘Folk’ Culture of the Slaves.” In The Slavery Reader, Vol. 1, 364-382, ed. by Gad Heuman and James Walvin. New York: Routledge, 2003.

Brown, Vincent. The Reaper’s Garden: Death and Power in the World of Atlantic Slavery. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2008.

Brown, Christopher Leslie. Moral Capital: Foundations of British Abolitionism. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006.

Browne, Patrick. The Civil and Natural History of Jamaica. London: for the Author, 1756.

Burnard, Trevor. Mastery, Tyranny, & Desire: Thomas Thistlewood and his Slaves in the Anglo-Jamaican World. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2009.

Cassidy, Frederic G. Jamaica Talk: Three Hundred Years of the English Language in Jamaica. London: Macmillan and Co., 1961.

Craton, Michael. “Decoding Pitchy-Patchy: The Roots, Branches and Essence of Junkanoo,” Slavery & Abolition 16, 1 (1995): 14-44.

Dillon, Elizabeth Maddock. “Translatio Studii and the Poetics of the Digital Archive: Early American Literature, Caribbean Assemblages, and Freedom Dreams,” American Literary History 29, 2 (2017): 248-266.

Dubois, Laurent. The Banjo: America’s African Instrument. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2016.

Dubois, Laurent, David K. Garner, and Mary Caton Lingold. Musical Passage: Voyage to 1699 Jamaica. www.musicalpassage.org.

---. “Musical Passage: A Voyage to 1688 Jamaica,” sx archipelago: A Small Axe Journal of Digital Practice 1 (June, 2016): 1-6. http://smallaxe.net/sxarchipelagos/index.html.

Epstein, Dena J. Sinful Tunes and Spirituals: Black Folk Music to the Civil War. Champaign: University of Illinois Press, 1977.

Equiano, Olaudah. The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano. London: for the Author, 1789.

Fenn, Elizabeth A. “‘A Perfect Equality Seemed to Reign:’ Slave Society and Jonkonnu,” The North Carolina Historical Review 65, 2 (1988): 127-153.

Hall, Douglas (ed.). In Miserable Slavery: Thomas Thistlewood in Jamaica, 1750-1786. Mona: University of the West Indies Press, 1989.

Handler, Jerome S. and Charlotte J. Frisbie. “Aspects of Slave Life in Barbados: Music and its Cultural Context,” Caribbean Studies 9 (1972): 5-46.

Higman, Barry. Proslavery Priest: The Atlantic World of John Lindsay, 1729-1788. Mona: University of the West Indies Press, 2011.

Higman, Barry (ed.). “Characteristic Traits of the Creolian & African Negroes in Jamaica, &c. &c.” Mona: Caldwell Press, 1976.

Johnson, Sara. The Fear of French Negroes: Transcolonial Collaboration in the Revolutionary Americas. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2012.

Lambert, David. Mastering the Niger: James MacQueen’s African Geography and the Struggle over Atlantic Slavery. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013.

Leslie, Charles. A New and Exact Account of Jamaica. Edinburgh: R. Fleming, 1739.

Lingold, Mary Caton. “Peculiar Animations: Listening to Afro-Atlantic Music in Caribbean Travel Narratives,” Early American Literature 52, 3 (2017): 623-650.

---. “Fiddling with Freedom: Solomon Northrup’s Musical Trade in 12 Year a Slave,” Sounding Out!: The Sound Studies Blog, 12-16-16. https://soundstudiesblog.com/tag/mary-caton-lingold/

Long, Edward. The History of Jamaica; or, A General Survey of the Antient and Modern State of that Island: with Reflexions on its Situation, Settlements, Inhabitants, Climate, Products, Commerce, Laws, and Government, 3 Vols. London: T. Lowndes, 1774.

Morgan, Kenneth. “Materials on the History of Jamaica in the Edward Long Papers held at the British Library.” Wakefield, UK: Microfilm Academic Publishers, 2006.

Parish, Susan Scott. American Curiosity: Cultures of Natural History in the Colonial British Atlantic World. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006.

Patterson, Orlando. The Sociology of Slavery: An Analysis of the Origins, Development, and Structure of Negro Slave society in Jamaica. London: MacGibbon & Kee Ltd., 1967.

Pratt, Mary Louise. Imperial Eyes: Travel Writing and Transculturation. London: Routledge, 1992.

Price, Richard. “The Concept of Creolization.” In The Cambridge World History of Slavery, Vol 3, ed. by David Eltis and Stanley Engerman, 513-537. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011.

Rath, Richard Cullin. How Early America Sounded. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2003.

---. “African Music in Seventeenth-Century Jamaica: Cultural Transit and Transition,” William and Mary Quarterly 50, 4 (1993): 700–726.

Schuler, Monica, Mary Karasch, Richard Price, and Edward Kamau Brathwaite. “Afro-American Slave Culture [with Commentary],” Historical Reflections/Réflexions Historiques 6, 1 (1979): 121-155.

Schuler, Monica. “Myalism and the African Religious Tradition in Jamaica.” In Africa and the Caribbean: The Legacies of a Link, 65-79, ed. by Margaret Crahan and Franklin Knight. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 1979.

Sheridan, Richard B. “The Jamaican Slave Insurrection Scare of 1776 and the American Revolution,” The Journal of Negro History 61, 3 (1976): 290-308.

Sloane, Hans. Voyage to the Islands Madera, Barbados, Nieves, S. Christophers and Jamaica, 2 Vols. London: Printed by B.M., 1707.

Smart, William (ed). The Columbian Magazine; or Monthly Miscellany. Kingston: William Smart, 1796-1800. The National Library of Jamaica at the Institute of Jamaica.

Southern, Eileen. The Music of Black Americans: A History. New York: W.W. Norton & Company, 1971.

Stedman, John Gabriel. Narrative of a Five Years’ Expedition against the Revolted Negroes of Suriname. London: J. Johnson, 1796.

Thompson, Donald. “A New World Mbira: The Caribbean Marímbula,” African Music 5, 4 (1976): 140-148.

Sturtz, Linda. “The Set Girls and the Pedagogy of the Streets: An Aural Black Counterpublic.” In Rupert Lewis and the Black Intellectual Tradition, 207-238, ed. by Clinton A. Hutton, Maziki Thame, and Jermaine McCalpin. Kingston: Ian Randle, 2018.

Wilson, Kathleen. “The Performance of Freedom: Maroons and the Colonial Order in Eighteenth-Century Jamaica and the Atlantic Sound,” William and Mary Quarterly 66, 1 (2009): 45–86.

Wright, Josephine. “Songs of Remembrance,” Journal of African American History 91, 4 (2006): 413-424.

Wynter, Sylvia. “Jonkonnu in Jamaica: Towards the Interpretation of Folk Dance as a Cultural Process,” Jamaica Journal, 4, 2 (1970): 34-48.