Caribbean and Latin American Fellowship
Sponsored by the Watkinson Library, Center for Caribbean Studies and the History Department
We seek intellectually passionate Trinity students to help us find new ways to explore the Watkinson Library’s holdings on Caribbean and Latin American collections. The first stage of this fellowship will involve organizing and promoting the materials that we currently have available. Second, students will develop creative projects that help to tell the stories that emerge from the breadth of primary and secondary resources in the Watkinson Library, including maps, drawings, rare books, archival collections, and more.
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The Center for Caribbean Studies Maurice Wade Student Fellowship in Caribbean Anti-Colonial Thought
This one semester student fellowship provides an opportunity for a Trinity College student to work in collaboration with the codirectors of the College’s Center for Caribbean Studies and a Trinity College faculty sponsor / supervisor to maintain and develop the Center’s Online Archive of Caribbean Anti – Colonial Thought. This archival project is steeped in the following Mission of the Center: to embrace the broader Caribbean – the Greater and Lesser Antilles and the coastal regions of Central and South America — as an area for scholarly inquiry with a special focus on inter – Caribbean connectedness, as well as the fluid historical and contemporary ties between the region, its diasporas, and other parts of the world. The Center will also celebrate and study the Caribbean character of the city of Hartford.
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