TEDxIrie -Professor Carolyn Cooper - A Speck of Greatness: Repositioning Brand Jamaica. April 11, 2011
Professor Carolyn Cooper is a Jamaican author and literary scholar who has written extensively on cultural politics in Caribbean literature and popular culture - particularly reggae and dancehall music. She is the author of two books - Noises in the Blood: Orality, Gender and the 'Vulgar' Body of Jamaican Popular Culture, 1993; and Sound Clash: Jamaican Dancehall Culture at Large, 2004. Professor Cooper currently writes a weekly column for the Jamaica Gleaner which she translates into the Jamaican language for her blog: http://carolynjoycooper.wordpress.com/ Professor Cooper is also an innovative administrator.
Professor Carolyn Cooper looks at Jamaica's value to the world in a stimulating presentation entitled "A Speck of Greatness: Repositioning Brand Jamaica."
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