COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY’S “UNPAYABLE DEBT” WORKING GROUP RELEASES DIGITAL RESOURCE TO THINK AND TEACH ABOUT PUERTO RICO’S DEBT CRISIS
Created by working group members and collaborators Yarimar Bonilla (Rutgers University), Marisol Lebrón (Dickinson College), and Sarah Molinari (CUNY Graduate Center), the syllabus provides a list of resources for teaching and learning.
In this episode of the History Watch podcast series, Dr. Maximilian Forte of Concordia University is in conversation with Dr. Audra A. Diptee. They discuss memory, identity, and the politics of history as it relates to the indigenous peoples of the Caribbean. For more on Dr. Forte’s work see openanthropology.org/.
Subject:Crime in the Caribbean: A Legacy of Colonialism, A Product of Globalization.
In this episode of the History Watch podcast series Dr. Audra A. Diptee is in conversation with Dr. David V. Trotman of York University. They discuss the ways in which colonial legacies influence contemporary issues related to crime in the Caribbean.