Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal includes scholarship on the work of visual artists, commentary on current issues in Caribbean studies and travelogues. Anthurium remains committed to bridging the digital divide by making peer reviewed, scholarly articles and creative writing available to teachers, students, scholars and persons interested in Caribbean literature and culture worldwide without fee based subscriptions. We would like to thank those of you who continue to support refereed, open access academic e-journals such as ours.
About This Journal
Through the innovative vision of Sandra Pouchet Paquet of the English Department and the Digital Media Lab of Otto G. Richter Library, Anthurium began with a special issue in honor of Kamau Brathwaite and has continued to grow as a journal that features art, scholarly essays, poetry, short fiction and reviews. We are proud to have a readership across the United States, Canada, Central and South America, as well as many countries in the Caribbean, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia. We invite our readership to continue to support us in this venture by sending their work and their feedback to us about the journal.
Posted on 19 Oct 2018