Members’ Publications and Projects

"Viva la Diversidad" by María Teresa González, Havana, Cuba

“Viva la Diversidad” by María Teresa González, Havana, Cuba

Doris Hambuch
Caribbean Cinema Now IMAGINATIONS 6-2
Slave Trade Legacies Project
The Colour of Money
Kate Quinn
Westminster in the Caribbean Revisited Open access special issue, 2015
Black Power in the Caribbean, University Press Florida, 2014
Politics and Power in Haiti, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
Colin Clark
Race, Class, and the Politics of Decolonization: Jamaica Journals, 1961 and 1968, Palgrave 2015
Christian Høgsbjerg
C.L.R. James in Imperial Britain, Duke University Press
Celebrating C.L.R. James in Hackney, Redwords
Chris Braithwaite: Mariner, Renegade and Castaway, Socialist History Society and Redwords
Leslie James
George Padmore and Decolonization from Below: Pan-Africanism, the Cold War, and the end of empire, Palgrave, 2015
Karen Salt
“Ecological Chains of Unfreedom: The Challenges of Black Sovereignty in the Atlantic World,” Journal of American Studies (Special Issue: Acts of Emancipation) 49.2 (2015): 267-86.
“Brokering Knowledge in an Age of Mis-recognition and Ignorance; or, Displaying Haiti to the Masses,” in Spaces of Global Knowledge, Jonathan Wright and Diarmid Finnegan, eds. Ashgate, 2015 (available 28 Nov)
Landscapes and Lifescapes project
Julia Borst
Gewalt und Trauma im haitianischen Gegenwartsroman. Die Post-Duvalier-Ära in der Literatur. Tübingen: Narr, 2015.
[Title in English: Violence and Trauma in contemporary Haitian Novels. The Post-Duvalier-Era in Literature]
Jean Antoine-Dunne
Caribbean Quarterly collection entitled “Visions and Revisions. Film/in(g) the Caribbean”
Peter Hulme
W. Adolphe Roberts’s autobiography, These Many Years, was published in May 2015 by the University of the West Indies Press
Darrell Mottley Newton
Paving the Empire Road: BBC Television and Black Britons. Manchester: Manchester UP, 2011
Emily Morris
How Will U.S.-Cuban Normalization Affect Economic Policy in Cuba?. Center for Latin American & Latino Studies at American University and Cuba Program at the Social Science Research Council, Implications of Normalization forum, 2015
“Unexpected Cuba”. New Left Review, 88, 2014 5-45
Rebecca Fuchs
Caribbeanness as a Global Phenomenon: Junot Díaz, Edwidge Danticat, and Cristina García. Trier; Tempe, Arizona, 2014
David Geggus
The Haitian Revolution: A Documentary History. Cambridge: Hackett, 2014
“Haiti’s Declaration of Independence.” In The Haitian Declaration of Independence: Creation, Context, and Legacy. ed., Julia Gaffield. Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press, in press. pp. 25-41.
Hilbourne A. Watson
“Oliver Cromwell Cox’s understanding of capitalism and the problem of his materialist perspective.” Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Vol. 39, Issue 3, 2015, pp. 382-402,
“Transnational Capitalist Globalization and the Limits of Sovereignty: Security, Order, Violence and the Caribbean.” in Caribbean Sovereignty, Development, and Democracy in an Age of Globalization, edited by Linden Lewis. London and New York: Routledge.
Keisha A. Mitchell
Simple Treasures Mustang:Tate, 2015
“Building Human Capital through Education” International Journal of Education and Research
“Transforming Communities through Vocational Training and Entrepreneurship
A Case Study of the Transforming Lives Training Center” International Journal of Education and Research
Polly Pattullo
Your Time Is Done Now, Slavery, Resistance and Defeat: the Maroon Trials of Dominica (1813-1814) Dominica: Papillote Press 2015
Home Again, Stories of migration and return, Dominica: Papillote Press 2009
Stephen Mullen
Runaway Slaves in Britain: bondage, freedom and race in the eighteenth century
Christer Petley
Editor of Special Issue: ‘Material Cultures of Slavery and Abolition’, Slavery & Abolition 35/3, 2014
Editor of Special Issue: ‘Rethinking the Fall of the Planter Class’, Atlantic Studies 9/1, 2012
Slavery and Revolution website
Diana Paton
The Cultural Politics of Obeah, Religion, Colonialism and Modernity in the Caribbean World Cambridge University Press 2015
Patricia Noxolo
The concept behind Dancing Maps – Excerpts from an academic article to be published in the journal ‘Pocopages
A shape which represents an eternity of riddles: fractals and scale in the work of Wilson Harris”Cultural Geographies, 2015
(with Featherstone, D.) (forthcoming) “Commentary: Co-producing Caribbean Geographies of In/security”, in Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (accepted for publication)
Sharon Meredith
Tuk Music Tradition in Barbados, Farnham: Ashgate, 2015
Robin Cohen and Olivia Sheringham
Encountering Difference: Diasporic Traces, Creolizing Places, Cambridge: Polity Press, 2016.
Colin Clarke
Colin Clarke and Gillian Clarke, Post-Colonial Trinidad: An Ethnographic Journal, New York and Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010
Faith Smith
Good Enough for Booker T to Kiss: Hampton, Tuskegee, and Caribbean Self-Fashioning. Journal of Transnational American Studies, 2013
Sex and the Citizen: Interrogating the Caribbean, University of Virginia Press, 2011