Events

Fall 2017

Saturday December 2, 12:00 noon

Trinity College Center for Caribbean Studies Presents
The Marcus Garvey Poupular Theatre Project performing

"Marcus and Amy Garvey State Visit to Hartford Connecticut”
A celebratory performance event comemmorating the legacy of Marcus Garvey. Event held at Trinity College Downtown Campus

Saturday December 2, 12:00 noon
Trinity College Downtown Campus
10 Constitution Plaza
Enter at State St. Between Market St. and Columbus Blvd.

Performance and Procession • Proclamation • Speeches by Marcus and Amy (portrayed by Michael Cherrie and Penelope Spencer • Anthem of the Universal Negro Improvement Association • Delicious Jamaican Food • Free to All & All Are Welcome • Directed by Tony Hall and Lordstreet Theatre Company • Stars at 12 Noon


Wednesday, November 15, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. Opening Reception
Remarks at 6:00 p.m.

The Center for Caribbean Studies at Trinity College presents:

A Home Away From Home, Greater Hartford's West Indian Diaspora

Exhibition on view November 15 – December 15, 2017

Mather Art Gallery
Mather Hall, 2nd floor


Tuesday, November 7

The Center for Caribbean Studies at Trinity College presents a book signing and reception for:

A Motorcyle on Hell Run: Tanzania, Black Power and the Uncertain Future of Pan Africanisim 1964 -1974

By Seth M. Markle

November 7,  6:00 PM
Terrace Room C

Mather Hall

For more information: (860) 297 2397

Thursday, Sept 14

Researching the Caribbean
A presentation about the diverse research opportunities available to students and faculty in the Caribbean Region

Rittenberg Lounge, Mather Hall, Common Hour

Jocelyn Caballero '18, International Studies Major -- Latin American and Caribbean
Prof. Kent Dunlap, Trinity College
Prof. Garth Myers, Trinity College
Prof. Fiona Vernal, University of Connecticut
Introduced by Center for Caribbean Studies co-directors Prof. Pablo Delano and Prof. Dario Euraque 



Trinity Samba Ensemble playing at Sambafest
Trinity’s Samba Ensemble, led by ethnomusicologist Prof. Eric Galm, at the annual Samba Fest.

Click here for a list of CCS events from 2016-17 (PDF)