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Library Resource Guide for: CARIBBEAN STUDIES

Selected Internet Resources for Caribbean Studies:

    Associations and Societies:

  • Haitian Studies Association
    Site of the Haitian Studies Association

  • Culture & Ideas:

  • Francophonie in the Caribbean and beyond
    Cybercast of an online symposium held at the Library of Congress in 2003

  • Windows on Haiti
    A site maintained by Guy Antoine which encourages postings and discussions on Haiti. Includes sections on news, music, cuisine, paintings & photographs.

  • Digital Resources:

  • Digital Library of the Caribbean
    The Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC) is a multifaceted and collaborative international digital library project that will preserve and increase access to valuable resources for the study of the Caribbean and the advancement of Caribbean Studies.

  • Government Sources:

  • Haiti
    Guide to Haitian, U.S. and foreign government information on Haiti.

  • History:

  • Haiti Archives
    Texts on the economic, cultural and social history of Haiti from the "World History Archives" collected by Haines Brown.

  • Libraries, Archives and Research Centers:

  • Bibliotheques
    Libraries and archives in Haiti

  • Online Exhibitions:

  • Caribbean views
    The British Library holds a wealth of material relating to the British West Indies, as showcased in this Caribbean views online exhibition.

  • Portals:

  • Haiti-Reference
    Resource guide on Haiti.

  • LANIC
    Haiti page on the Latin American Network Information Center at the University of Texas

  • Montray Kreyol
    A site in French and Creole for students who are studying for advanced degrees in Creole .