Partner(s) linked to proposal

University of Florida

Description

Students will discuss challenges posed by the historical archives of the Caribbean, which are incomplete, and which often reflect the bias and interest of the colonial government, enslavers, and the elite. By analyzing specific texts, students will identify how specific archival materials such as newspapers or historical photographs are informed by these interests and how they may also challenge those interests. Finally, students will consider how they might employ archival documents to illuminate the life of a Caribbean individual or community.

Learning outcomes

Intercultural competences
Disciplinary skills

Additional information and comments

Contact cmartins1@ufl.edu for more information.

Languages

English

Disciplines

0232 Literature and linguistics

Number of students

11 - 20

Period

08/28/2023 - 12/04/2023

Author Author affiliation

Institution(s) Department(s)
University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications

Status

Open

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