Karib: Nordic Journal for Caribbean Studies is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal dedicated to all aspects of research on Caribbean culture. The journal’s scope is cross-disciplinary, covering a wide range of topics within the humanities and social sciences, notably literature and literary theory, history, anthropology, art, aesthetics, performance studies, cultural studies, and history of ideas. Karib aims at promoting Caribbean Studies in the Nordic region but has an international reach and welcomes scholars from all over the world to submit articles in English, Spanish or French.
Karib is endorsed by the Department of Modern Languages at Uppsala University, Sweden
Out Now: This special issue of Karib probes the global responses to and repercussions of events within the frame of emergent and contemporary modernity.
Read the lead Editorial at http://doi.org/10.16993/karib.54
Posted on 21 Sep 2018
Congratulations to Jeremy Jacob Peretz, University of California, for winning the "Best Paper Prize" at the 10th Annual Conference of the Guyana Institute of Historical Research. Jeremy's recent Karib publication, Inherited “Ancestors’ Collections” of a Devoted Curator: The Museum of African Heritage in Georgetown, Guyana, has recently been published and is available to read (for free) at http://doi.org/10.16993/karib.39
Posted on 16 Jul 2018