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Sport in the Black Atlantic

Cricket, Canada and the Caribbean diaspora

Manchester University Press

Globalizing Sport Studies

Series editor: John Horne, Professor of Sport and Sociology, University of Central Lancashire, UK

Public interest in sport studies continues to grow throughout the world. This series brings together the latest work in the field and acts as a global knowledge hub for interdisciplinary work in sport studies. While promoting work across disciplines, the series focuses on social scientific and cultural studies of sport. It brings together the most innovative scholarly empirical and theoretical work, from within the UK and internationally.

Books previously published in this series by Bloomsbury Academic:

Global Media Sport: Flows, Forms and Futures David Rowe

Japanese Women and Sport: Beyond Baseball and Sumo Robin Kietlinski

Sport for Development and Peace: A Critical Sociology Simon Darnell

Globalizing Cricket: Englishness, Empire and Identity Dominic Malcolm

Global Boxing Kath Woodward

Sport and Social Movements: From the Local to the Global Jean Harvey, John Horne, Parissa Safai, Simon Darnell and Sebastien Courchesne-O’Neill

The Greening of Golf: Sport, Globalization and the environment Brad Millington and Brad Wilson

Sport and Technology: An Actor-Network Theory perspective Roslyn Kerr

Sport in the Black Atlantic

Cricket, Canada and the Caribbean diaspora

Janelle Joseph

Manchester University Press

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ISBN 978 1 7849 9407 5 hardback

ISBN 978 1 5261 0493 9 Open Access

First published 2017

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