- Title Pages
- Tables and boxes
- 1 Reggae and Rastafari: A short history
- 2 Interpreting songs: Notes on methodology
- 3 A diachronic analysis of Jamaican reggae charts, 1968–2000
- 4 The construction of a musical memory
- 5 Slavery and the diaspora: Temporal and spatial articulations
- 6 The construction of a religious chain of memory
- 7 Messianism, between past and future
- 8 Hope and redemption
- 9 The eschatology as future-present
- 10 The construction of a socio-political memory
- 11 Rhetoric of oppression and social critique
- 12 Only rasta can liberate the people: Resistance and revolution1
- 13 Time and memory
- Annex I: List of songs mentioned, by artist
- Annex 2: Albums in the corpus
- Time and Memory in Reggae Music
- Manchester University Press
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