The Barbados Community College Experience: Leading the Anglophone Caribbean in a Global Movement by Vivienne Roberts
The Barbados Community College Experience establishes the genesis of the college and the ongoing impact of globalization and educational borrowing. It examines the North American community college’s influence on the Caribbean pool, the global community college movement and its emerging global counterparts. By deriving five models of development in the region, Vivienne Roberts opens a new window to the community college experience in the anglophone Caribbean by bringing to the fore the reality of more than twenty relevant institutions.
Political Communication Strategies in Post-Independence Jamaica, 1972-2006 by Floyd E. Morris
In Political Communication Strategies in Post-independence Jamaica, 1972–2006, Floyd E. Morris analyses some of the factors that contribute to apathy among citizens towards the political process by focusing on the communication strategies used by leaders and their administrations.
Achieving Excellence Caribbean Soccer Coaching Manual By Roland Butcher
Available as an eResource via BookFusion
Interviewing the Caribbean Vol. 5, No. 2
Co-Editors — Opal Palmer Adisa / Juleus Ghunta
Creative Director — Steve Jones from www.plantainstudio.com
Copy Editors — Ute Kelly, Daisy Holder Lafond
Michael Abrahams, Tanya Batson-Savage, Trish Cooke, Joanne C. Hillhouse, Kei Miller, Elpedio Robinson, Olive Senior, Tanya Shirley, Yvonne Weekes + more
Journal of Caribbean History Volume 54 Issue 1
Re-Contextualizing Mortality Rates and Population Trends of Enslaved Africans in Antigua by Christopher K. Waters
The Rev. E. Ethelred Brown and the Harlem Renaissance, 1920–2020 by Joyce Moore Turner
and much more….