Sir Woodville Marshall on the Association of Caribbean Historians

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You can access the podcast here.

In this podcast, Sir Woodville Marshall of the University of the West Indies discusses the role of the Association of the Caribbean Historians as well as power and historical narratives in Caribbean contexts.

About Sir Woodville Marshall: He is one of the founding members of the Association of Caribbean Historians and a scholar of Caribbean history.

His publications include the following books:

From Plantations to University Campus: The Social History of Cave Hill, 2013.

I Speak for the People: The Memoirs of Wynter Crawford (2003)

The Colthurst Journal: Journal of a Special Magistrate in the Islands of Barbados and St. Vincent, July 1835-September 1838 (1977)

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  1. Hi WKM Howdy do? Hope all is well! Take careJ

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