Tameka Samuels-Jones

Ph.D. Candidate, Sociology and Criminology & Law 2018-2019 Rothman Doctoral Fellow   Tameka Samuels-Jones addressed questions about conflicting state regulations and indigenous cultural beliefs in the Blue and John Crow Mountains of Jamaica in her talk. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015 the site is still threatened by illegal deforestation, water pollution, and poaching. […]

Tameka Samuels-Jones, Department of Sociology and Crimonology & Law

“Regulatory Law and Local Stakeholder influences on Green Crime in the Blue Mountains, Jamaica.” Rothman Doctoral Fellow   Tameka Samuels-Jones addressed questions about conflicting state regulations and indigenous cultural beliefs in the Blue and John Crow Mountains of Jamaica in her talk. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015 the site is still threatened […]

“Black Man Time Now!” Race, Class and Culture in 1970s Jamaica

“Black Man Time Now!” Race, Class and Culture in 1970s Jamaica Kim Robinson-Walcott, University of the West Indies, Mona Jamaica. 4:00 pm, Tuesday 9 October, Scott Nygren Studio, Library West   Open to the public and Co-sponsored by the Department of English, George A. Smathers libraries, and Center for Latin American Studies   Kim Robinson-Walcott, […]