Caribbean Dialogue is devoted to commentary, analysis and information on contemporary Caribbean policy issues, It welcomes contributions on policy issues from scholars and the policy-making community in the Caribbean, the Caribbean Disapora and Latin America.
Published quarterly by the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies.
The West Indian Veterinary Journal is a peer-reviewed journal published twice yearly by the School of Veterinary Medicine, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago. The West Indian Veterinary Journal provides a forum for publication of papers on all aspects of: the basic health sciences; comparative medicine; and veterinary medicine (including veterinary education and veterinary public health).
In light of the critical role of tertiary level institutions in Trinidad and Tobago, and the entire region, the Department of Behavioural Sciences, University of the West Indies, St Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago seeks to further anchor and distinguish itself in the sphere of academia. The Journal of DBS is a peer-reviewed, open-access, electronically published scholarly publication developed and operated by the Department of Behavioural Sciences. The journal promotes innovative scholarship. It provides scholarly reflection and systematic approaches that are inherent to tertiary level practitioners of the disciplines; Sociology, Psychology, Government, Criminology, and Social Work. The Journal will be an outlet for in-depth multi-disciplinary discourse on a wide range of topics, theories, and methods. This Journal provides the thrust to meet the need for greater research on theories and practices within the specific disciplines and enhance the interconnectivity across areas of study with each issue themed to address scholarship in and across the Behavioural Sciences.
The Caribbean Teaching Scholar is an electronically published peer reviewed journal with occasional or special hard copy editions that is focused on research and the scholarship of teaching and learning within tertiary-level education.
The Caribbean Library Journal is an online open access peer reviewed journal published by The University of the West Indies. This medium provides a forum for information professionals in the Caribbean and those who work with Caribbean materials globally to discuss their work, share ideas and experiences.
The CLJ is published annually and contributors are invited to submit new scholarly works such as academic essays, book reviews and research reports. The Editors are also interested in publications which incorporate Web 2.0 tools, videos and other innovative pieces.
The Journal provides open access to all its contents on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports greater global exchange of knowledge. Such access facilitates increased readership and greater citation opportunities for authors.
Tout Moun is an open access, peer-reviewed, academic online journal for the cutting-edge research in Cultural Studies produced in and about the Caribbean. The journal welcomes research submissions on diverse cultural projects in a broad range of media including critical essays in written format, visual essays (including photographs, drawings, videos and paintings), book reviews and works of fiction. Published annually Tout Moun is a project initiated by the Department of Liberal Arts at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago.
The online journal responds to the challenges of a new publishing world, making papers and research accessible via the Internet, and in doing so, making the work of emerging Caribbean scholars and those already respected in this field, available to an international market. While embracing contributions from scholars and practitioners world wide, it will also seek to highlight the vantage points which a Caribbean locatedness can lend to this vigorous global dialogue.
The Caribbean Review of Gender Studies stimulates cross-cultural exchanges among Caribbean peoples within the region, those in the Caribbean Diaspora, as well as those who bring a comparative perspective to bear on Caribbean gender and feminist concerns. The journal is established around an identity and voice emanating from Caribbean realities of power in gender, ethnicity and class relations, and their effects. The journal welcomes critical disciplinary or multi-disciplinary scholarly articles and creative contributions that broaden networks and enhance the global understanding and reach of Caribbean feminist theory and praxis.