This category includes sites that offer full text journal articles online, scholarly papers, research reports, and scholarly books that can either be read online or ordered online, with a Caribbean Amerindian content focus.
"We are not extinct": The revival of Carib and Taino identities, the internet, and the transformation of offline indigenes into online 'N-digenes'
A journal article published in SINCRONIA in Spring 2002 and authored by Maximilian C. Forte
Cultural Pluralism and the Emergence of Complex Society in the Greater Antilles
An article by Samuel M. Wilson on the archaeological history of the pre-conquest Tainos.
Ethnographic Origins: St. Vincent and Tasmania
This is a transcript of the conference paper presented by Peter Hulme at the Australian Association for Caribbean Studies Conference in Canberra in 2001.
Indians in Cuba
A full-text article by José Barreiro, reprinted from Cultural Survival Quarterly, provides description and analysis of contemporary Cuban Amerindian descendants.
José Barreiro, A Note on Tainos: Whither Progress?
A full-text paper by the Cornell-based Taino scholar, José Barreiro, originally published in Northeast Indian Quarterly, and focusing on Cuba.
Journal of Caribbean Archaeology
The newly created e-Journal of Caribbean Archaeology addresses archaeological research in the Caribbean region and provides a refereed publication. This is the only academic venue devoted specifically to Caribbean archaeology.
Suriname before Columbus
A full-text paper on the ethnohistory of the Amerindians of Suriname, by A. H. Versteeg and F. C. Bubberman.
Taíno Archaeological Finds in Cuba
The well-preserved remains of a Taino house have been found at Los Buchillones in Cuba's Ciego de Avila Province. This is the abstract of an article in Archaeology magazine.
Travel, Ethnography, Transculturation: St Vincent in the 1790s
Peter Hulme provides a full-text of this seminar paper on the Caribs of St. Vincent.
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