Henke, PhD Holger

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Fachgebiete: Politikwissenschaft

Adresse

E-Mail: hhenke@york.cuny.edu

Senior fellow
York College CUNY
Caribbean Research Center
Medgar Evers College (CUNY)
1150 Carroll St.
Postfach 11225
Brooklyn, NY

Tel: 718-262-5338
Fax:
Web: https://www.york.cuny.edu/directory/henke-holger

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Privat:

207 Regents Dr.
Nutley, NJ 07110-3925
USA
973 284 0489

973 284 0489

Thematische Schwerpunkte

Geographische Schwerpunkte

Geburtsdatum, -ort

Beruflicher Werdegang

Mitglied in wissenschaftlichen Vereinigungen

Gesprochene Sprachen

Gelesene Sprachen

Lehrtätigkeit

Betreute Arbeiten

Laufende Forschungsprojekte

Koop. mit ibero-amerikanischen Institutionen

Beratungstätigkeit/Arbeit in Gremien

Publikationen (Auswahl)

Schriftenreihen


Periodika

  • Caribbean Studies Newsletter, Carribbean Studies Association, seit Mai 2002.
  • Wadabagei. A Journal of the Caribbean and its Diaspora


Monographien

  • (Hg.) The End of the "Asian Model"?. Amsterdam/Philadelphia 2000 (zus. mit Ian Boxill, John Benjamins). 2000
  • Between Self-Determination and Dependency: Jamaica"s Foreign Relations, 1972-1989. Kingston: The University of the West Indies Press 2000. 2000
  • (Hg.) Modern Political Culture in the Caribbean. Kingston: The University of the West Indies Press 2003(zus. mit Fred Reno). 2003
  • The West Indian Americans. Westport: Greenwood Press, (CT) 2001. 2001


Aufsätze

  • Foreign Policy and Dependency: The Case of Jamaica, 1972-1989, in: Social and Economic Studies, Vol.43 No.1 (March 1994), S. 181-223. 1994
  • On the Political Economy of North American Integration: The Perspective of the Caribbean Countries, in: Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies, Vol.15 No.3&4 (September & December 1996), S. 117-134. 1996
  • Haiti: the Intervention and its Implications for the New World Order, in: Rivista di Studi Politici Internazionali, No.252 (October-December 1996), S. 545-556. 1996
  • Mapping the "Inner Plantation". A Cultural Exploration of the Origins of Caribbean Local Discourse, in: Social and Economic Studies, Vol.45 No.4 (December 1996), S. 51-75. 1996
  • Exchange with Merle Jacob (Gothenburg University) on the nature of Caribbean society, in: Social Epistemology, Vol.11 No.1 (Jan.-March 1997), S. 39-71. 1997
  • The Rise of Industrial Asia and Its Implications for Small Developing Countries: A Perspective from the Caribbean," in: Australian Journal of International Affairs, Vol.51 No.1 (April 1997), S. 53-72. 1997
  • Upholding Democracy?: Recent political and economic trends in post-intervention Haiti and future prospects, in: Documentos de Trabajos 29. Warsaw: Centro de Estudios Latinoamericanos (CESLA) at the University of Warsaw 1998, S. 5-15. 1998
  • Drugs in the Caribbean: The "Shiprider" Controversy and the Question of Caribbean Sovereignty, in: European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 64 (June 1998), S. 27-47. 1998
  • The Granite Pampa: Some Notes on the Perception of Hemispheric Flows of Migration, in: Wadabagei. A Journal of the Caribbean and its Diaspora, Vol.1 No.1 (Winter/Spring 1998), S. 85-110. 1998
  • Götzendämmerung. Das Ende der Ära charismatischer Politiker im Süden, in: blätter des iz3w , No. 222 (July 1997), S. 10-11. 1997
  • Between Rocks and a Hard Place: The "Shiprider Controversy" and the Question of Caribbean Sovereignty, in: International Studies, Vol.35, No.4, Oct. 1998 (Sage Publications), S. 423-437. 1998
  • The Asian "Model" in Crisis and the Transferability of Development Experiences, in: Holger Henke and Ian Boxill (Hg.), The End of the "Asian Model"?. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishers 2000, S. 199-210 (zus. mit Ian Boxill). 2000
  • Jamaica"s Decision to Pursue a Neoliberal Development Strategy. Re-alignments in the State-Business-Class Triangle, in: Latin American Perspectives 108, No.5 (Sept. 1999), S. 7-33. 1999
  • Don Robotham, "Freedom Ossified or Economic Crisis? A Comment on Holger Henke," in: Identities: Global Studies in Power and Culture, Vol.8 No.3 (September 2001), S. 451-466. 2001
  • Peggy Antrobus and Nan Peacocke, ""Yabba Still Empty": Comments on Holger Henke"s "Freedom Ossified: Political Culture and the Public Use of History in Jamaica" and Don Robotham"s Response to Henke," in: Identities: Global Studies in Power and Culture, Vol.8 No.3 (September 2001), S. 441-450. 2001
  • Freedom Ossified: Political Culture and the Public Use of History in Jamaica," in: Identities: Global Studies in Power and Culture, Vol.8 No.3 (September 2001), S. 413-440. 2001
  • DEBATE - Commentary and Contestation: On Violence and the Truth of Narration, in: Identities: Global Studies in Power and Culture, Vol.8 No.3 (September 2001), S. 411-466. 2001
  • Relations between the Jewish and Caribbean-American Communities in New York City: Perceptions, Conflict and Cooperation, in: Wadabagei: A Journal of the Caribbean and its Diaspora, Vol.4 No.2, (Summer/Fall 2001), S. 1-50. Republished in: Charlotte Graves Patton and Staci Strobl (Hg.), Dispute Resolution in Context. Cross-Cultural and Cross-disciplinary Perspectives, 13-42. New York: John Jay College - CUNY (CUNY Dispute Resolution Consortium - Working Papers Series) 2003.(zus. mit J.A. George Irish). 2001
  • The Legitimacy of Neo-Liberal Trade Regimes in the Caribbean: Issues of "Race," Class, and Gender, in: Cynthia Barrow-Giles and Don D. Marshall (Hg.), Living at the Borderlines: Issues in Caribbean Sovereignty and Development. Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers 2003, S. 118-164 (zus. mit Don D. Marshall). 2003
  • Politics and Culture in the Caribbean, in: Holger Henke, Fred Reno (Hg.), Modern Political Culture in the Caribbean, xi-xxii. Kingston: The University of the West Indies Press 2003 (zus. mit Fred Reno). 2003
  • Freedom, Democracy, the State, and Class Constellations in Jamaican and Caribbean Political Culture: A Reply, in: Identities: Global Studies in Power and Culture, Vol.11 No.1 (January-March 2004), S. 113-128 (this is a response to four commentaries on my Identities article in 2001). 2004
  • Ariel"s Ethos: On the Moral Economy of Caribbean Existence, in: Cultural Critique 56, 2004. 2004


Rezensionen

  • Patricia Pessar (Hg.): Caribbean Circuits, in: Wadabagei. A Journal of the Caribbean and its Diaspora, Vol.1 No.2 (Summer/Fall 1998), S. 141-145. 1998
  • Catherine A. Sunshine, Keith Q. Warner (Hg.): Caribbean Connections. Moving North, in: Wadabagei. A Journal of the Caribbean and its Diaspora, Vol.2 No.1 (Winter/Spring 1999), S. 191-194. 1999
  • Kevin Birth: Any Time is Trinidad Time. Social Meanings and Temporal Consciousness, in: Wadabagei. A Journal of the Caribbean and its Diaspora, Vol.4 No.1 (Winter/Spring 2001), S. 137-141. 2001


Sonstiges

  • Caribbean Existence 2006




Letzte Aktualisierung: 15.04.2009