Caribbean Heritage Network Blog & News

Posted by Dr. Tara Alana Inniss on October 3, 2019

CHN Outreach

The CHN would like to share our compassion and concern for the people who experienced the recent passing of Hurricane Dorian in early September as the unprecedented Category 5 Hurricane stalled over some of the islands for almost 3 days. We have made contact with a number of colleagues who report that they are well but the devastation and loss of life is...

Posted by Dr. Tara Alana Inniss on October 1, 2019

"As a region with limited resources we are best served when we pool our resources and expertise." -- Anne Bancroft 

Anne Bancroft is a Senior Book & Paper Conservator at the V&A Museum, London and the Arts Director of the Shang Shung Institute UK. She has a MA in Buddhist Art History and Conservation from the Courtuald Institute of Art, a Masters in...

Posted by Dr. Tara Alana Inniss on September 3, 2019

The promotion and development of the crafts sector is her life-long passion and this has taken her all over the globe in pursuit of a better understanding of this sector and the practices of its artisans. Over the long years in the employment of the Barbados Investment Development Corporation as the Crafts Development Coordinator, Sandra has developed relationships with many international...

Posted by Dr. Tara Alana Inniss on July 30, 2019

By Matthew Reilly, CUNY, USA

Following the first congress in 1961, the International Association for Caribbean Archaeology (IACA) has met every other year to discuss fieldwork, finds, theories, and practices of regional interest. For its 28th meeting, delegates, for the third time in the organization’s history, gathered...

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