Early Caribbean Society
Established 2002

The urban archaeology of early Spanish Caribbean ports of call: The unfortunate story of Nombre de Dios

by Salamnca-Heyman, Maria Fernanda, Ph. D.,The College of William and Mary, 2009,
349 pages; AAT 3371356

Gender and representation: The writings of Puerto Rican authors in the late nineteenth century (1870--1900)
by Saldivia-Berglund, Marcela, Ph. D., The University of British Columbia (Canada), 2005,
321 pages; AAT NQ99544

Free and Enslaved African Communities in Buff Bay, Jamaica: Daily Life, Resistance, and Kinship, 1750--1834
by Saunders, Paula Veronica, Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin, 2009,
319 pages; AAT 3467804

Archaeology of isolation: The 19th century Lazareto de Isla de Cabras, Puerto Rico
by Schiappacasse, Paola A., Ph.D., Syracuse University, 2011,
849 pages; AAT 3454417

Island purgatory: Irish Catholics and the reconfiguring of the English Caribbean, 1650--1700

by Shaw, Jenny, Ph.D., New York University, 2008,
319 pages; AAT 3342370

The Jewish Slave Trader Trope in Abolitionist Discourses of the Caribbean, 1839-1882

by Silverstein, Stephen Andrew, Ph.D., University of Virginia, 2012, AAT 3515526

The peopling of the Bahamas: A phylogeographical perspective

by Simms, Tanya M., Ph.D., Florida International University, 2011,
239 pages; AAT 3472063

Family life of slaves in Puerto Rico: Demographic evidence from the years 1675--1800

by Stark, David Martin, Ph.D., Indiana University, 1999,
351 pages; AAT 9962736

Colonial production, domestic consumption: Narrative and politics in eighteenth-century Britain
by Sussman, Charlotte Sacks, Ph.D., Cornell University, 1992,
316 pages; AAT 9318822

Contesting hegemony through gender troping: A reexamination of gendered subjects in late nineteenth and early twentieth-century Spanish American narrative

by Swier, Patricia Lapolla, Ph.D., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2005,
220 pages; AAT 3190315

The historical archaeology of the 17th- and 18th-century Jewish community of Nevis, British West Indies
by Terrell, Michelle M., Ph.D., Boston University, 2000,
363 pages; AAT 9962651

Slavery and religion in the Atlantic world: A comparative study of Christianity's impact on identity formation among slaves in colonial Spanish and British America, 1530--1800
by Turigliatto-Fahrney, Terri A., Ph.D., Saint Louis University, 2008 ,
250 pages; AAT 3324230

Matelots, metis, and maroons meet mass comparison and the matrix: Possible influences from the indigenous languages of the Caribbean on the grammars of Caribbean Creoles

by Viada Bellido de Luna, Marta L., Ph.D., University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras (Puerto Rico), 2008,
296 pages; AAT 3314531

"I laid my hands on a gorgeous cannibal woman": Anthropophagy in the imperial imagination, 1492--1763
by Watson, Kelly Lea, Ph.D., Bowling Green State University, 2010,
239 pages; AAT 3424557

Disease in the Torrid Zone: Malady and Medicine in eighteenth-century Santo Domingue
by Weaver, Karol Kimberlee, Ph.D. Pennsylvania State University, 1999
260 pgs, AAT 9960675

Empire islands: Castaways, cannibals, and fantasies of masculine incorporation in post/colonial island narratives
by Weaver-Hightower, Rebecca Anne, Ph.D., University of Kentucky, 2002,
336 pages; AAT 3062666

The Afro-Portuguese maritime world and the foundations of Spanish Caribbean society, 1570--1640
by Wheat, David, Ph. D., Vanderbilt University, 2009,
300 pages; AAT 3392541

Limited Resource Countries and Agricultural Development: A Methodology Used for the Caribbean
by White, Marcia Noreen, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1986,
239 pages; AAT 8623437

"Strange contrasts": Intersubjectivity and the cohesion of romance in the novels of Charlotte Bronte and Jean Rhys

by Williams, Anjali Joline, Ph. D., University of Califonia, Davis, 2005,
269 pages; AAT 3182546

The indigenization of theology in the Caribbean
by Williams, Lewin Lascelles, Ph.D., Union Theological Seminary, 1989,
405 pages; AAT 9019603

Black slaves and messianic dreams in Bartolome de Las Casas's plans for an abundant Indies
by Wilson, Andrew L., Ph.D., Princeton Theological Seminary, 2009,
235 pages; AAT 3441865

A general chart of the West Indies, 1796. By Joseph Smith Speer. Image from the Library of Congress Digital Archives.