The Department of History and Archaeology boasts a number of renowned personalities who have contributed greatly to the legacy of the Department and the society. Christena AV Williams is one such student; she is an undergraduate of History and a radical young Jamaican poet.
On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the Morant Bay Rebellion the Social History Project of the Department of History and Archaeology, The UWI-Mona, will host in October 2015 a conference on the history and legacies of the rebellion. The Department invites proposals for individual papers and panels that examine the Morant Bay Rebellion from multiple perspectives.
Keith was educated at QRC—where else?—won the Modern Studies Island Scholarship, and went to Cambridge, where he took his BA and PhD degrees. Soon after he was awarded his PhD, a pioneering study of post-emancipation immigration to Trinidad and Guyana, he came to teach at what was then the UCWI, at Mona, Jamaica
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