e-Caribbean 2.0 is the further development of the framework around InteractLab, from our Phase 1. In this section, you can find digital artifacts for the teaching and learning of Caribbean Studies. With Archi! in the same section, you can search for specific interactive material across the platform.
Our archive specialist which contains a diverse collection of materials and information about the Hispanic Caribbean (soon more Caribbean locations will be added).
With Archi! you will be able to find the materials that include scholarly articles, books, blogs, videos, social media posts, podcasts, websites and much more.
If you’re not yet sure what are you looking for, just type in keywords related to your search or select the tags below that relate to your topic of interest. Archi will present sources based off of the selection of filters you have chosen or the keywords that you have typed in. REMEMBER: filters and tags must be checked in. If none are selected, Archi! might not work properly.
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Southern Part of Limón/ Sur de Limón
COCO FUSCO: SWIMMING ON DRY LAND/ NADANDO EN SECOCurated by Jane Becker Nelson, Director of Flaten Art Museum at St. Olaf College WE ARE WORKING ON THIS SPECIAL COLLECTION | ESTAMOS TRABAJANDO EN ESTA COLECCIÓN ESPECIAL We are collecting all the materials in...
Other special eventssuggestions by: Caribbean Studies Network
Books and Filmssuggestions by: Caribbean Studies NetworkPUERTO RICOCubarepública Dominicana
conferences and associationssuggestions by: Caribbean Studies NetworkPUERTO RICOcubarepública dominicanaCONFERENCESSOCARE, Bielefeld University (Germany) July 1-3, 2019...
Grassroots and movementssuggestions by: Caribbean Studies NetworkPUERTO RICOCubaRepública Dominicana
INDEPENDENT MEDIA BY COUNTRYsuggestions by: Caribbean Studies NetworkPUERTO RICOCubaRepública Dominicana
SPECIAL COLLECTION | How Do Marginalized Groups React To Oppressive Policies In The Dominican Republic?
How DO MARGINALIZED GROUPS REACT TO OPPRESSIVE POLICIES IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC?By Leslie Rodriguez-VazquezIn 2013, the Constitutional Court’s judgement 168/13 ruled that only those born to Dominican parents or legal residents can be Dominican citizens – leaving...
Other digital libraries and platforms in Caribbean studies suggested by csnBy Leslie Rodriguez-Vazquez"The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) is a cooperative digital library for resources from and about the Caribbean and circum-Caribbean." "Un proyecto de...
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