Guianese


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Guianese

(ˌɡaɪəˈniːz; ˌɡɪə-) or

Guianan

adj
(Placename) of or relating to the South American region of Guiana or its inhabitants
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Guiana
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Objective: This project is about the racialization of migrant labourers across political boundaries, with a main focus on impoverished Europeans who served in huge numbers as indentured labourers in nineteenth-century Guianese, Caribbean and Hawaiian sugar plantations and in the workforce of late nineteenth and early twentieth century New England cotton mills.
It was an astonishing success, given that, just three years after full emancipation, workers were able to organise to effect better wages and conditions in the Guianese sugar industry, which, by now, was the dominant production activity of the colony (Rodney 1981a, 655).
Their disadvantaged backgrounds as single women, peasants, or even prostitutes in India and the patriarchal nature of the British Guianese plantations along with their small population size stymied rather than supported leadership roles.
Their topics include negation in Guianese Lokono/Arawak, negation in Tariana: a North Arawak perspective in light of areal diffusion, negation in Wauja discourse, standard and non-standard negation in Paresi, negation and irrealis in Mojeno Trinitario, and a topological and comparative perspective on negation in Arawak languages.
Elementary structures of reciprocity: a comparative note on Guianese, Central Brazilian, and North-West Amazon socio-political thought.
SLM wants to connect French Guianese to its network of destinations since market research confirms that many from the neighboring European Union territory travel by land to Paramaribo to take advantage of SLM's competitive airfares to Miami and elsewhere.
Baseline study of the leaf-litter ant fauna in a French Guianese forest.
Moore, Nevisian Cyril Briggs, and Dutch Guianese Otto Huiswoud held privileged positions in the Caribbean but found themselves raced in New York.
Jan Shineboume's novel is about an Indo-Muslim British Guianese, Albert Aziz, who falls in love with a Chinese girl, Alice Wong.
Beginning and ending with the poignant story of Emanuel Fairbain, a Guianese man tortured by colonial authorities, Palmer's study centres around Cheddi Jagan and his efforts to bring about the colony's independence between 1953 and 1964.