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
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.
Last update:September 5, 2016 at 6:45:04 UTC