H-Caribbean is an H-Net network sponsored by the Association of Caribbean Historians. This network seeks to overcome the linguistic, political, and geographic fragmentation that has traditionally characterized the field and region; provide access to debates and discussions on Caribbean studies; act as a resource to academics teaching and researching in associated fields; and reinforce the growing awareness of the region as an important and rich area for further research and study.

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JOBS: Caribbean

The following jobs were posted to the H-Net Job Guide from  3 March  2014 to 10 March 2014. These job postings are included here based on  the categories selected by the list editors for H-Caribbean. See the  H-Net Job Guide website at http://www.h-net.org/jobs/ for more  information.   

LATIN AMERICAN AND CARIBBEAN HISTORY / STUDIES 

ANN: Grenada, Archival Material

The Endangered Archives Programme at the British Library is pleased to announce the addition of a new catalogue to its web pages. The catalogue gives details of material copied by the project EAP295: Digitising the endangered archives of Grenada

The collections consists of material from Government House and archives from the Supreme Court Registry

More information about the project can be found on the EAP website: http://eap.bl.uk/database/overview_project.a4d?projID=EAP295

ANN: Back to Haiti, University of Toronto

Lecture: Back to Haiti - Haitian Migration in Historical Perspective, Matthew Smith, Lecturer, University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica

Dr. Matthew Smith is Lecturer in the Department if History and Anthropology at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. Among many other works, he is author of the prize-winning monograph, Red and Black in Haiti: Radicalism, Conflict, and Political Change, 1934-1957.

  • Thursday March 13 2014, 3pm
  • Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St. George St., Room 2098

PANEL DISCUSSION

ANN: “Hostos (and the Woman Question) in Santo Domingo

Hostos 175 Inaugural Lecture

Dr. April Mayes, “Hostos (and the Woman Question) in Santo Domingo: A Consideration of Gender and Nation Building in Hostosian Thought and Practice.”

  • March 19, 2014, 2-4 pm
  • Hostos Community College
  • Savoy Multipurpose Room
  • 120 East 149th St., Bronx, NY

As the leadoff event for the 175th Anniversary Celebration of the birth of Eugenio María de Hostos, Hostos Community College is pleased to announce our inaugural lecture by Dr. April Mayes of Pomona College.

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