Bibliography of Aruba

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This is a list of books in the English language which deal with Aruba and its geography, history, inhabitants, culture, biota, etc.

  • Aymer, Paula L. - Uprooted Women: Migrant Domestics in the Caribbean.[1][2]
  • Brown, Enid - Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles: An Annotated English-Language Bibliography.[3]
  • Gerber, Stanford N. - The Family in the Caribbean: Proceedings of the 2nd Conference on the Family in the Caribbean, Aruba, 1969.[4]
  • Green, Vera M. - Migrants in Arbua: Interethnic Integration.[5]
  • Hartert, Ernst - On the Birds of the Islands of Aruba, Curacao, and Bonaire.[6]
  • Schoenhals, Kai, compiled - Netherlands Antilles and Arbua. [7]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Conway, Dennis (Spring 1999). "Uprooted Women: Migrant Domestics in the Caribbean". The International Migration Review 33 (1): 210–212. doi:10.2307/2547337. JSTOR 40166484. 
  2. ^ Burgess, Norma J. (September 1998). "Uprooted Women: Migrant Domestics in the Caribbean". Contemporary Sociology 27 (5): 511–512. doi:10.2307/2654520. JSTOR 34889616. 
  3. ^ Hoefte, Rosemarijn (October 1993). "Review: Hartert on Birds from Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao". The Hispanic American Historical Review 73 (4): 677. JSTOR 6114727. 
  4. ^ Craig, Susan (1979). "Review: Millstones or Milestones?". Latin American Research Review (The Latin American Studies Association) 14 (3): 256–263. JSTOR 2502983. 
  5. ^ Green, James W. (September 1975). "Review". American Anthropologist. New (Blackwell Publishing on behalf of the American Anthropological Association) 77 (3): 648–649. doi:10.1525/aa.1975.77.3.02a00490. JSTOR 673439. 
  6. ^ F. M. C. (October 1893). "Review: Hartert on Birds from Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao". The Auk (University of California Press on behalf of the American Ornithologists' Union) 10 (4): 355–357. JSTOR 4067829. 
  7. ^ Coutts, B. E. (September 1994). "Reference: Netherlands Antilles and Aruba (World bibliographical series, 168) compiled by Kai Schoenhals". Choice 32 (1): 78. JSTOR 7258919.