Tag Archives: Caribbean Studies

Black History Month author: Rosamund Elwin

One of the most prolific authors for Women’s Press in the eighties and nineties was Rosamund Elwin. Whether coauthoring Asha’s Mums, a landmark children’s story that demystifies lesbian parenting for young Asha’s teacher and classmates, or gathering the honest and … Continue reading

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Black History Month author: Yvonne Bobb-Smith

Dr. Yvonne Bobb-Smith is an Adjunct Lecturer at the College of Science, Technology and Applied Arts of Trinidad and Tobago, teaching a Course, Caribbean Anthropology, and as an e-Tutor, with Open Campus, University of the West Indies, teaching Introduction to … Continue reading

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