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Resource Page: Haitian Vodou

Introduction This resource page acts as a jumping off point for interest and research into Haitian Vodou available in print and online. Although far from exhaustive, I have tried to gather reliable information that sheds light on the social and

Resource Page: Haitian Vodou

Introduction This resource page acts as a jumping off point for interest and research into Haitian Vodou available in print and online. Although far from exhaustive, I have tried to gather reliable information that sheds light on the social and

Afro-Caribbean Religions

This page contains links to content which focuses on religious traditions that, though indigenous to the Caribbean, are heavily influenced by African ancestry. They are also some Points of Interest (P.O.I’s) along the way. Welcome! And so, we start from

Afro-Caribbean Religions

This page contains links to content which focuses on religious traditions that, though indigenous to the Caribbean, are heavily influenced by African ancestry. They are also some Points of Interest (P.O.I’s) along the way. Welcome! And so, we start from

Political/Social Movements

NEWS Sites CaribbeanNewsNow.com is an all inclusive newssite that provides various tops news stories for all of the Antilles. With the option to choose between topics and the country/state of interest, the site provides classifieds, a directory and a forum for

Political/Social Movements

NEWS Sites CaribbeanNewsNow.com is an all inclusive newssite that provides various tops news stories for all of the Antilles. With the option to choose between topics and the country/state of interest, the site provides classifieds, a directory and a forum for

Introduction: The Digital Caribbean Course

This site emerges from the Spring 2014 CUNY graduate course described below. It’s a work in progress and we welcome participation from all interested parties. The Digital Caribbean Spring 2014 – CUNY Graduate Center Prof. Kelly Baker Josephs MALS 73500

Introduction: The Digital Caribbean Course

This site emerges from the Spring 2014 CUNY graduate course described below. It’s a work in progress and we welcome participation from all interested parties. The Digital Caribbean Spring 2014 – CUNY Graduate Center Prof. Kelly Baker Josephs MALS 73500