Caribbean Community Links

Campus Groups

Black Student Association (web)
University of the West Indies , Toronto Campus (UWEE.TC)(web)
Caribbean Connections @ UTM (web)
Black Students Association @ UTM (web)
Mishihi Caribbean Connections @ UTSC (web)
IMANI – Black Students Alliance @ UTSC (web)
The Black Alumni Association at U of T (web)

 

Caribbean Links

Caribbeantales.ca (link)
A new, interactive, audio-visual meeting and recording place, a space to gather our stories on the internet as a living popular history.

 

Local Bookstores

A Different Booklist (link)
746 Bathurst St. (map it)

Burke’s Books (link)
873 St. Clair Ave. West (map it)

Toronto Women’s Bookstore (link)
73 Harbord St. (map it)

Student Resources

Scholarly associations

Caribbean Studies Association (link)
Society for Caribbean Studies (link)
Association of Caribbean Historians (link)
Caribbean Philosophical Association (link)

 

Other Caribbean Studies Programmes

York University: Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean (CERLAC)
Ryerson University: Caribbean Studies
Warwick University: Centre for Caribbean Studies
London Metropolitan University: Caribbean Studies Centre
University of the West Indies: Centre for Caribbean Thought
Emory University: Latin American and Caribbean Studies
University of Connecticut: Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies
New York University: Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
University of South Florida: Institute for the Study of Latin America and the Caribbean

 

Caribbean Journals

Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies
(Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies) (link)
Available in Robart’s Stacks or on Proquest

Caribbean Review of Books (MEP Publishers) (link)

Caribbean Review of Gender Studies (University of the West Indies)
Available online. (link)

Caribbean Beats (MEP Publishers) (link)

Feminist Africa (African Gender Institute) (link)
Available online. (link)

Kacike: Journal of Caribbean Amerindian History and Anthropology (CAC) (link)
Available online. (link)

Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies (Taylor & Francis Group) (link)

Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies (Routledge)
Online at Scholars Portal

New West Indian Guide (KITLV) (link)
Available in Robart’s Stacks

Small Axe (Indiana University Press) (link)
Online at Proquest or Project MUSE

Social and Economic Studies (University of the West Indies)
Available in Robart’s, UTM and UTSC Stacks

Wadabagei : a Journal of the Caribbean and its Diaspora (CUNY) (link)
Available at New College Library (Ivey)

 

 

Caribbean Collections at the University of Toronto

The Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library is currently home to the Derek Walcott Literary Papers, the Trinidad Theatre Workshop Papers, 1965-2002, and the Lorna Goodison Papers. Follow the links below for more information.

Derek Walcott

An article from The Halcyon (issue 25, June 2000), a newsletter for Friends of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, about the acquired collection of Derek Walcott’s work (link)

The ‘find-aid’ for the collection of Derek Walcott’s literary papers at the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library (link)

This page includes information on the holdings which includes notebooks, notes, holograph and typescript/ word processed drafts for poems and stories.

An article from U of T’s Bulletin (29 November 1999) on the acquisition of the Derek Walcott collection (link)

The University of Toronto Library’s newsletter (Spring 2005). The article about the Walcott holdings is on page 4 of 5 (link)

Trinidad Theatre Workshop Papers

The ‘find-aid’ for Trinidad Theatre Workshop Papers, 1965-2002 (link)

Lorna Goodison

The ‘find-aid’ for the Lorna Goodison collection available at Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library (link)

An article from The Halcyon (issue 22, November 1998) about Lorna Goodison’s work generally and the library’s acquisitions (link)

 

National Archives (UK)

Caribbean Histories Revealed (link)

 

Local Bookstores

A Different Booklist (link)
746 Bathurst St. (map it)

Burke’s Books (link)
873 St. Clair Ave. West (map it)

Toronto Women’s Bookstore (link)
73 Harbord St. (map it)
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