Kacike: Journal of Caribbean Amerindian History and Anthropology - Call for Submissions
New Jouranl Seeks Submissions
THE CARIBBEAN AMERINDIAN CENTRELINK, as its name implies, is a user-friendly central link to a wide range of websites that either focus upon or shed light upon the Native peoples of the Caribbean and circum-Caribbean. The website is a venue of communication for these peoples and also offers a variety of research and cultural tools, including histories, news and articles about Native Caribbean peoples, educational resources, on-line surveys, and discussions of problems and prospects for Caribbean Amerindians and their descendants all over the world. Visit the site at http://pages.hotbot.com/current/mcforte/index.html
And now the Caribbean Amerindian Centrelink is seeking submissions for its new electronic journal, KACIKE: JOURNAL OF CARIBBEAN AMERINDIAN HISTORY AND ANTHROPOLOGY. The inaugural issue features
“Criollos: The Birth of a Dynamic New Indo-Afro-European People and Culture on Hispaniola,” by Lynne Guitar (Ph.D. History, Vanderbilt University), and
“The Contemporary Context of Carib ‘Revival’ in Trinidad and Tobago: Creolization, Developmentalism and the State,” by Maximilian C. Forte (Ph.D. Candidate, Anthropology, University of Adelaide, Australia).
See the inaugural issue and writers’/submission guidelines at the link provided below.
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