Fernando Henriques

Louis "Fernando" Henriques (15 June 1916 – 25 May 1976) was a Jamaican educator and scholar. As a social anthropologist, he made significant contributions to British and Caribbean social sciences scholarship on colour, class, sexuality, and race relations. From a prominent Jamaican family, his mixed cultural heritage and experiences in both British and Caribbean cultures informed his research and academic practice. One of the first Black British professors in UK academic history, Fernando Henriques developed his scholarly expertise though positions at the Universities of Oxford, Leeds, Sussex and the West Indies, bridging the latter two institutions through his role as Director of The Centre for Multi-Racial Studies between 1964 and 1974. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Stews and strumpets : a survey of prostitution / by Henriques, Fernando

    Published 1961
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    Children of conflict : a study of interracial sex and marriage / by Henriques, Fernando

    Published 1975
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    Jamaica, land of wood and water / / by Henriques, Fernando

    Published 1964
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    Love in action : the sociology of sex. by Henriques, Fernando

    Published 1960
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