The Journal Of Caribbean History (UWI)

The Journal of Caribbean History is published (two issues each year) by the Departments of History of the University of the West Indies. The editors will consider for publication articles on aspects of Caribbean History, including the histories of the mainland territories of North, Central and South America, where these are related to the Caribbean.

See website for complete guidelines and more information.

Editor: Alvin Thompson
Reviews Editor: Carl Campbell
Other members: F itzroy Baptiste, Alana Johnson, Brian Moore, Brinsley Samaroo, Kelvin Singh, Pedro Welch, Swithin Wilmot.
Consulting Editors: Hilary Beckles, Bridget Brereton, Patrick Bryan, Pieter Emmer, B. W. Higman, Woodville Marshall, Colin Palmer, Fernando Picó

Articles and correspondence with the Editor should be addressed to:

Dr. Alvin Thompson
Journal of Caribbean History
Department of History
University of the West Indies
Cave Hill Campus
BARBADOS
West Indies

Books for review should be sent to:

Professor Carl Campbell
Journal Caribbean History
Department of History
University of the West Indies
Mona Campus
Kingston 7
JAMAICA
West Indies

Subscriptions and orders should be directed to:

The Press, UWI
1A Aqueduct Flats
Mona
Kingston 7
JAMAICA
West Indies

Payments should be made by cheque, international money order or credit card (Visa, MasterCard or American Express) to:

The Press, UWI

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