Socialism in the English-speaking Caribbean

Call for Papers

Organised workers’ movements first appeared as a significant social force in the British Caribbean Region Colonies before the Second World War. Anticolonial movements began to gather momentum in the region around the same time. Socialists and socialist ideas played a significant part in both sets of movements, particularly as they developed and began to see political success in the post-war era.… read on ...

Online Evaluation form for delegates

Thanks to all those who attended SCS’s first online conference!  Please fill in the online evaluation form, which is at the bottom of the conference pack (a reminder of the password to the conference pack is available from s.cushion23@gmail.com) – since there is likely to be an online component in future conferences, it’s really important that we have a clear sense of what we have done well this time, and what we can do better.

Recipient of Bridget Jones Travel Award 2020/21 – Amilcar Sanatan

Amílcar Peter Sanatan is a PhD. candidate in Cultural Studies at The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus. His research examines the role of urban development and slum clearance policy in the postcolonial nation state.

His poetry has appeared in BIM Magazine, Caribbean Review of Gender Studies, The Caribbean Writer, Cordite Poetry Review, Gutter, Interviewing the Caribbean, Magma, Moko Magazine, PREE Lit, Sargasso and Sinking City

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