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This thesis brings together the study of islands, anthropology, and postcolonialism; it discusses (1) how global assemblages, such as colonial interactions and neoliberal economies influence individual well-being and local health care ontologies as practice on islands, and (2) the space and place of...
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This ethnographic study examines the relationships between colonialized education, cultural negotiation, and migration within the context of the colonial/postcolonial island of Dominica. Using postcolonial theory, the overarching aim was to gain understanding of how people of the former colonial isl...