Projects & Courses

My Nola, My Story

Dr. Shearon Roberts (Xavier University of Louisiana) These stories reflect snapshots of lived experiences of communities of color who have called New Orleans home. It serves as a testament that…

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Kamau at 90

Dr. Aaron Kamugisha (University of the West Indies at Cave Hill, Barbados) Given the challenges for learning and online instruction during the pandemic, the course took a more traditional format…

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Dutch Caribbean Digital Platform

Dr. Margo Groenewoud (University of Curaçao) This digital repository includes unrestricted and restricted materials from special collections such as the Dutch Heritage Collection, as well as collections from the University…

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Language & the Caribbean

Molly Hamm-Rodríguez (University of Colorado Boulder) Framing language as a central site of social action, students will consider both the ideological formations that influence language policies and practices as well…

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The Road to Independence: The Bahamas

Juliet Glenn-Callender (University of The Bahamas) Assignment Goals To identify social and economic conditions existing prior to independenceTo identify key personnel involved in the Women’s Suffrage MovementTo identify events leading…

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3D Printing Grenada’s Petroglyphs

Brittany Mistretta (University of Florida), Jonathan Hanna (Heritage Research Group Caribbean), Mt. Rich Youth Culture and Environment Development Organization (MYCEDO) Project Goals To bring greater awareness to Grenada’s Indigenous heritage…

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Caribbean Diaspora & Carnival

Nadjah Ríos-Villarini and Mirerza González (University of Puerto Rico – Río Piedras) Panorama of Carnival Practices aims to explore migration and the Caribbean diaspora through the lens of cultural practices…

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