PUBLICATIONS

ELSA GOVEIA MEMORIAL LECTURES

Each year since 1985 the Department has sponsored special lectures in honour of the late Elsa Goveia, the first Professor of West Indian History in the University of the West Indies. These lectures are regularly published and can be purchased at the Department’s office. Elsa Goveia Lectures are also delivered at the Cave Hill campus.

Patrick Bryan

- The Dominican Republic, 1870-1916. Socio-economic and Ideological Aspects of "Free Labour" Plantations. (2015)

Diana Paton

- Was Freedom Portable? Wartime Journeys from Saint-Domingue to Jamaica to Cuba to Louisiana. (2014)

 
Rebecca J. Scott

- Was Freedom Portable? Wartime Journeys from Saint-Domingue to Jamaica to Cuba to Louisiana. (2013)

 

Carl. C. Campbell

-The Education Landscapes of the Greater Antilles (Cuba, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Jamaica) in Historical Perspetives. (2012)

 

Trevor Burnard

- Powerless Masters: The Curious Decline of Jamaican Sugar Planters in the Foundational Period of British Abolitionism (2010)


Brian L. Moore

- The Struggle for the Cultural Soul of Jamaica since Morant Bay (2009)


David Buisseret

- The Fortifications of Jamaica (2008)


Richard J. M. Blackett

- Taking Leave: Fugitive Slaves and the Politics of Slavery in America, 1850-1860 (2007)


Nigel Bolland

- Caribbean Cultures and Identities: Intepreting Garifuna Stories (2006)


Alvin O. Thompson

- Maroon Struggles and the Ideology of Freedom (2005)


Howard B.D. Johnson

- The Politics of the Past: National Heroes in Post Colonial Jamaica (2003)


Mary N. Menezes

- RSM The Rise of the Portuguese in British Guiana: From Poverty to Affluence 1835-1965 (2002)


Rex Nettleford

- Our Debt to History (1995)


Bridget Brereton

- Gendered Testimony: Autobiographies, Diaries and Letters by Women as Sources for Caribbean History (1994)


Monica Schuler

- Liberated Africans in Nineteenth Century Guyana (1991)


Woodville K. Marshall

- The Post-Slavery Labour Problem Revisted (1990)

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