You are invited to join the live virtual presentation of the Department and History and Archaeology’s 36th Annual Elsa Goveia Memorial Lecture on Tuesday, March 23, 2021 beginning at 6:00 pm.This year’s lecture titled “Enslavement, Resistance and Expressions of Freedoms for Africans in the Caribbean – Lessons from Archaeology,” will be delivered by Douglas V. Armstrong, Professor and Chair
We are delighted that you have chosen to pursue an undergraduate programme in the Department of History and Archaeology. You have taken an important step to further your education and meet your full potential. We look forward to supporting you throughout your university journey, as you discover the multiple possibilities that our programmes and the UWI experience have to offer. Here, are some useful information to get
The Bachelor of Arts in History and International Relations is a multidisciplinary programme designed to train graduates capable of understanding the significance of the past in making sense of today’s complex, ever-changing globalised world.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified individuals for the post of Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in the Department of History and Archaeology. The final date for receipt of applications is April 9, 2021. Click for details.

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Staff/Graduate Seminars

Staff/Graduate Seminars are normally held every Friday at 3:00 PM in the FHE, Graduate Coneference Room. Some sessions, especially Cross Campus Seminars, are live streamed via Zoom or on our Youtube Channel. Stay tuned for weekly announcements on our website or social media pages.

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Upcoming Events

The Annual Elsa Goveia Memorial Lecture March 23, 2021

Annual CAPE History Lectures

Unit I-March 18, 2021

Unit II- March 25, 2021

FHE 5th Annual Distinguished Lecture March 18, 2021

Annual CSEC History Lectures Launch

 April 8, 2021