A book project on Woodbrook combining residents and anthropology will be published in September 2022. Find out more below
This oped was written by our research team from the University of Leicester and University of Guyana
This oped was written by our research team from the University of Leicester and University of Guyana.
This co-authored op-ed from University of the West Indies, Sociology PhD candidate Nathan Chapman and myself, is meant as a conversation starter about the importance of student activism at the UWI
A great of Caribbean anthropology, Professor Sidney Mintz has passed away...
Anthropology and architecture through the eyes of PhD Candidate Leniqueca Welcome
Why David Cameron is simply wrong about the past...
What do the end of slavery and the European financial crisis have in common?
What is white privilege and how does it operate...
How the relationship between the Caribbean and foreign military forces in the 20th century had many different incarnations and forms, and left lasting legacies...
The cultural logics of corruption and how they can be found in T&T
fundamental social change is hard to achieve because cultures of dependency are deeply entrenched in the local political culture.
What logic connects Ferguson, Gaza and east Port of Spain?
What might we say or add about the emergence of "bobol" (corruption) in the Caribbean?
Once classified British documents about the US invasion of Grenada have been declassified. What do they reveal?
Different stories from anthropology and archeology on how “Tobago” got its name
History and the power of representation
_Changing global economics and their relationship to Carnival culture.
Before 21st century Port-of-Spain, there was early 19th century Port-of-Spain.
_A Story about Amerindian Carnival in Pre-Columbian Trinidad.