Unmasking the State: Politics, Society and Economy in Guyana 1992-2015
Standard political economy and historical analyses of post-independence Guyana tend to focus on the period of authoritarian rule under the People’s National Congress party, and the introduction of an IMF-supervised economic recovery programme.
Alissa Trotz is a Professor in the University of Toronto’s Department of Women & Gender Studies and the Department of Caribbean Studies. Her work explores transnational feminism; social movements; political violence; history, memory and archives; and transnational migration and diaspora.
Other publications from this author include:
- The Point is to Change the World: Selected Writings by Andaiye (2020)
- "Gaiutra Bahadur's Coolie Woman: Intimacies, Proximities, Relationalities" Small Axe: A Caribbean Journal of Criticism, 56 (7) 219-231 (2018)
- "Engaging the Diasporas: An Alternative Paradigm from the Caribbean" in New Rules for Global Justice: Structural Redistribution in the Global Economy (2016)
- Gender, Ethnicity and Place: Women and Identity in Guyana (2014)