Register Now!!!The Department of History and Archaeology and The School of Education, UWI Mona, presents CAPE History Teachers' Workshop 2014. November 22, 2014 at 8:30 am- 4:00 pm. Venue: SLT 2A and B, Ground Floor School of Education.
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

are a group of scholars dedicated to cutting-edge historical and archaelogical research. We use our expertise in the history of the Caribbean, the Americas, Africa, Europe and Asia to offer our students a unique opportunity to understand the world in which they live today. We are committed to developing our students' understanding of the past while providing them with the intellectual tools and skills to advance their future.

Staff /Graduate Seminar


Join us for a special Cross-Campus seminar this Friday, November 28,2014.

The seminar will take place in St Augustine and be transmitted live to Mona in the Faculty of Humanities & Education Conference Centre at 3:00pm

New Books


New Books/2014