Academic Staff
BRYAN, Patrick
B.A., M.A. (UWI.), Ph.D (London)
Courses/Areas of Interest: 
Society and economy of the Dominican Republic; Spanish and 19th century Jamaica; Ethnic Minorities in Jamaica.

Prof. Patrick Bryan is Professor Emeritus in History. His research interests include the social and economic history of the British and Spanish Caribbean. Among his publications are: Philanthropy and Social Welfare in Jamaica (1990); The Jamaican People: Race Class and Social Control (2000);); Inside Out and Outside In: Factors in the Creation of contemporary Jamaica (2000); and Aviation: The Jamaican Story (2003). He co-edited Garvey: His Work and Impact (1991) with Rupert Lewis, and Not for Wages Alone: Eyewitness accounts of the labour rebellion in Jamaica (2003) with Karl Watson. He translated into English from the original Spanish Francisco Morales Padrón’s Jamaica Española (Spanish Jamaica). Among his Awards are two Fulbright Fellowships. He has also served as Head of the History Department and Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Education at Mona, and as Chief Examiner in Caribbean History (CXC-CSEC). He served on the Board of Directors of the Jamaica National Heritage Trust and on the Council of the Institute of Jamaica, and as Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Museums Division of the Institute of Jamaica.