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There are a variety of web resources available for the student or researcher interested in Caribbean Literature. Some of these are compiled on this page, but many more exist.
Caribbean Cultural Studies
Cultural Studies is a scholarly space that makes room for input from various theoretical traditions under an overarching concern with the effects of social power relations and a critique of the production, circulation and negotiation of meaning in everyday Caribbean life.
Caribbean Literary Studies
The Caribbean Literary Studies Group started in 1999 with the goal of creating imaginative and productive spaces to hold discussions about Caribbean Literature, Culture and the Arts. The group is made up of graduate students (M.F.A., M.A., and Ph.D.), alumni, faculty and other interested parties from the University of Miami community and the Greater Miami area who have a serious interest in topics related to Caribbean culture.
Caribbean Literature This link opens in a new window
A general guide to the major themes, nations, economics, and history of Caribbean literature.
Caribbean Studies Association
The Caribbean Studies Association (CSA) is an independent professional organization devoted to the promotion of Caribbean studies from a multidisciplinary, multicultural point of view.
Creative Caribbean Network
An initiative of PUMA.Creative, Creative Caribbean Network is both a live and a virtual platform connecting the creative world within and outside of the Caribbean, giving visibility to the talents working in architecture, dance, design, fashion, film, fine art, literature, music, new media, performing arts and photography.
The Small Axe Project consists of this: to participate both in the renewal of practices of intellectual criticism in the Caribbean and in the expansion/revision of the scope and horizons of such criticism.