Caribbean Quilt

Our journal touches upon many themes in the Caribbean at large, and we hoped for its subject matter to have a resonance in the Caribbean and in the urban West, a difficult thing to balance. Aside from essays and poetry, the journal has in the past showcased paintings, installations, and other types of media. Stitching together a series of experiences, at once Caribbean-based and diasporic, may be a critical step towards re-shaping beliefs on both sides. A self-critical, cross-national quilt which addresses the ills of both worlds can go a long way to making them more inhabitable. We hope that our journal, and the essays found within it, has moved a step forward in doing this.


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Vol 3 (2013)

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Table of Contents

Front Matter

 
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Table of Contents
 
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Letter from the Editors
 
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Articles

Amber Williams-King
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Duane Edwards
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4
Monica Espaillat Lizardo
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17
Amber Williams-King
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31
Cecilia Saez
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33
Juliana Ramirez
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43
Sarah Taluy
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51
Samra Hasnain
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64
Susan G. Enberg
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75
Amber Williams-King
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90
Amber Williams-King
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Amber Williams-King
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92
Chantal McFarlane
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93
Leslie-Ann Fullerton
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100
Sharifa Patel
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117
Melissa Sobers
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129
Cameron Wathey Baker
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142
Raquel Brown
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154
Thomas McCarthy
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171
Mark Chatarpal
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184
Amber Williams-King
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216
Nasha Mavalvala
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217
Tammy Williams
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227
Tammy Williams, Samra Hasnain
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228
2013-2014 Executive Team
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