Archive for November, 1998

Errol Hill: Carnival Professor

Errol Hill: Carnival Professor

The life and times of Errol Hill.

Karl Broodhagen: Hands of Clay

Barbadian scupltor Karl Broodhagen has chronicled an era by scuplting the people around him. He talks to Christopher Cozier about his life and work.

Orisha Trinidad: Drums and Colours

Orisha, an African-rooted religion practised in Trinidad and Tobago, has survived for generations despite much misunderstanding. David Tindall learns .

Our Homes, Our Castles

Caribbean architecture is a blend of the old world and the new. Mark Raymond examines the connections.

Where Nature Lives

Ron Toft goes on safari at the Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation in Florida swamp country.

Island Beat (November/December 1998)

What's hot and happening in the islands.

Upbeat (November/December 1998)

Upbeat (November/December 1998)

New Caribbean Music.

Caribbean Bookshelf (November/December 1998)

Caribbean Bookshelf (November/December 1998)

New and recent books about the Caribbean.

The birth of negritude

James Ferguson reads much into Aime Cesaire’s Notebook of a Return to My Native Land.

Photo Jamaica

Martin Mordecai looks at StudioArt and the growth of photography in Jamaica.