Association of Caribbean Studies (ACS)
1978, by Oscar R Dathorne.
Develop a clear knowledge and understanding of Caribbean studies as an interdisciplinary discipline through study, research and travel; promote Caribbean studies at the academic level in schools, community colleges, universities and research institutions and inform wider society; encourage active interdisciplinary research on Caribbean anthropology, arts, economics, education, folk culture, geography, history, languages, including Creoles and pidgins, linguistics, literature, music, politics, psychology, religion, sociology and all other academic disciplines; envision the Caribbean as a cultural whole, thereby utilizing its various languages - English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch and related Creoles.Available with paid subscription only.
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