Caribbean Links

Gold artifact of the Tairona people, Caribbean coast of Colombia
Gold artifact of the Tairona people, Caribbean coast of Colombia

With links related to a range of ways to engage with Caribbean research, including learned societies, research centres, associations, community organisations, academic journals, publishers, newspapers, and archives, we hope anyone thinking about the Caribbean, its peoples and its diasporas will find information and useful resources on this page.

We want to keep the page as up to date and comprehensive as possible. If you have suggestions of organisations and/or resources to add to these links, please let us know. Send us an email with ‘resource links for website ‘ in the subject to:

Learned Societies & Organisations

  1. Caribbean Communities in Europe
  2. Caribbean Studies Association
  3. CERLAC -Center for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean.
  4. CLASH – Mémoire St Barth / Histoire de Saint-Barthélemy (Comité de Liaison et d’Application des Sources Historiques)
  5. Indo-Caribbean Studies Association
  6. LACC – Latin America and Caribbean Studies Center.
  7. National Archives – National Archives Caribbean History.
  8. Postcolonial Studies Association
  9. Society for Latin American Studies (UK Association)
  10. Transnational Communities – An ESRC Research Programme.
  11. UKCASA – UK Council for Area Studies Associations, the SCS and the Society for Latin American Studies (SLAS).
  12. Latineos – Latin American and Caribbean arts and culture.
  13. SoCaRe – Society for Caribbean Research
  14. Caribbean Philosophical Association
  15. ASWAD – Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora
  16. Association of Caribbean Historians
  17. CLACS – Centre for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Augustus Pablo, Jamaica Music Museum

Journals, Newspapers and Literary Links

  1. The Society has been given permission by John Robert Lee, Education Officer at the Folk Research Centre, St Lucia to make available his compiled (selected) bibliography on West Indian Literature. We extend our sincerest thanks to Mr Lee.To download the bibliography in pdf, click here.
  2. Caribbean Journal of Science
  3. Critical Bibliography of Caribbean Literatures
  4. Interventions -International Journal of Postcolonial Studies.
  5. Journal of Caribbean Archaeology
  6. Journal of Caribbean History
  7. Journal of Caribbean Literatures
  8. Journal of Commonwealth Literature – A Journal on aspects of Commonwealth and postcolonial literatures and related areas.
  9. Journal of Postcolonial Writing
  10. Journal of West Indian Literature
  11. KACIKE – The Journal of Caribbean Amerindian History and Anthropology.
  12. Moving Worlds – A Journal of Transcultural Writing.
  13. Sargasso – A journal published by the Department of English at the University of Puerto Rico.
  14. Small Axe – A Caribbean Platform for Criticism.
  15. The Caribbean Review of Books
  16. The Caribbean Writer
  17. Wadabagei – A journal of the Caribbean and its diaspora.
  18. Wasafiri (London)
  19. West Indian Literature – A source list for West Indian Authors, compiled by Patrick Jamieson.
  20. Callaloo
  21. NWIG New West Indian Guide
  22. Fórum Empresarial – Centro de Investigaciones Comerciales e Iniciativas Académicas, de la Universidad de Puerto Rico

Academic links

  1. Academic Staff teaching on Latin America and the Caribbean – searchable database
  2. BBC ‘WINDRUSH’ web site
  3. Black Writers Website
  4. CASBAH – Caribbean Studies Black and Asian History Sources Project.
  5. Centre for Caribbean Studies (Warwick)
  6. Indo-Caribbean – Indo Caribbean heritage Website.
  7. Institute of Commonwealth Studies
  8. University of West Indies (Mona)

Caribbean Newspapers

  1. CanaNews
  2. Granma Internacional
  3. Haiti Press Network
  4. Jamaica Gleaner Newspaper
  5. The Barbados Advocate
  6. Trinidad Guardian


  1. House of Nehesi
  2. Ian Randle Publishers
  3. Macmillan-Caribbean
  4. Mango Publishing
  5. Papillote Press
  6. Peepal Tree Press
  7. University of the West Indies Press


  1. Caribbean Radio Stations online
  2. Caribbean Search Engine
  3. The Caribbean Photo Archive
Ital Restaurant, Kingston, Jamaica

Arts and Culture

  1. Africlassical – Arfrican Heritage in Classical Music.
  2. Caribbean Kitchen Webpage on Caribbean Recipes.
  3. Gallery of West Indian Art – Haitian, Cuban and Jamaican Art.
  4. Garifuna Heritage Webpage about the Garifuna Heritage.
  5. Jamaica Travel and Culture – Travel Guide on Jamaica.
  6. On the Map – Creole chant blog spot.
  7. The Drum – Arts Centre in Birmingham, UK, promoting African, Asian and Caribbean Art and cultural activities.
  8. STAR – Scottish Trans-Atlantic Relations Project.
  9. Vanley Burke – website on which the photographer talks about his career, including video material showing some of his more famous photographs of Caribbean Diaspora communities in Birmingham
  10. Caribbean Golf Society – UK-based organisation to provide a network for players, with an eye to mentoring and career advancement

Individual Webpages

  1. David MICHAEL – Member of the Black Police Association in London.
  2. – Webpage of Caribbean theologian Michael Jagessar.
  3. Sandra Courtman’s Homepage – Research in Caribbean women writers in Post-War Britain.
Maroon Treaty, Accompong, Jamaica

Caribbean History

  1. A Brief History of the Caribbean – Some useful links on the history of the region can be found at the end of this short article