This collection is a multicultural one with an emphasis on Caribbean subjects collected over time by Dr. Cherrell Shelley-Robinson. The papers cover a wide range of topics relating to children and young adult literature.
The collection of the late Prof. Frederic Cassidy was donated by his family to the Mona Library in 2001. This collection includes a number of valuable manuscripts by Prof. Cassidy including that of The Dictionary of Jamaican English. The collection, which holds published and unpublished research into the various dialects across the Caribbean spans the 1920s – 1990s. This list represents items that have been scanned and available.
The Caribbean Medical Journal (CMJ) is the official journal of the Trinidad & Tobago Medical Association (T&TMA). The print collection at The UWI Mona Medical Branch Library ranges from 1966-1996. Some open access articles are also available from the journal’s website at http://caribbeanmedicaljournal.org/. This journal focuses on scientific information about the Caribbean.
The Jamaican Nurse was the official organ of the Nurses’ Association of Jamaica (NAJ). Publication dates range from 1961-2005. The publication covers scientific and professional information regarding the profession of nursing in Jamaica.
Jamaica Now is a collection comprising magazines published by the Public Relations Office of the Government of Jamaica, between the periods 1959 to 1960. As a publication of the Government, it was designed to inform the country of the various projects undertaken within the various Government Ministries, and provide updates on a number of initiatives. It comprises a Did You Know section, short articles on issues such as Health, Education, Agriculture, Farm work programme etc. It also has a Question Box which provides responses to questions raised by the public.