Chris Mana Waite's Carnival Research
Scope and Contents
The collection contains interviews and field notes collected by Chris Mana Waite while pursuing his doctoral studies. The material covered include interviews with renowned persons who were practitioners of carnival arts at the time, cultural and social commentaries, and field notes on Orisha ceremonies. The PhD. thesis resulting from this work is Trinidad masquerades: performance, play and community in a post-colonial carnival / Christopher Mana Waite. Thesis (Ph. D.)-- University of Western Australia, 1994.
Conditions Governing Access
There are restrictions for use and access to this collection. Copying of the fieldnotes is permitted. The interviews are for internal use only.
Conditions Governing Use
There are restrictions for use and access to this collection.
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Donated by Chris Mana Waite in 2012.
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