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    A Journey Through Storms Past

    An Archive Intern’s Podcast Kaila-Ann Guiste (a student at Dominica State College + Create Caribbean Research Institute) recently completed the Surviving Storms Past Archive Internship at Dominica’s National Documentation Centre & Archives. Here she digitised historic reports, newspaper cuttings + dispatches from historic storms that have affected Dominica throughout its colonial + post-colonial past. In this podcast Kaila Ann reflects …

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    A new approach to mapping risk and resilience

    Black Geographers were joined by Dr Adom Philogene Heron and Gabrielle Abraham to talk about Caribbean Cyclone Cartography. The project is working to map cyclone resilience in Dominica, and doing so in a way that represents not only the physical landscape of the island, but also the local histories and knowledge which inform people’s understanding of risks and their responses …

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    Reflections on Crises

    This is a conversation between Adom Philogene Heron, a lecturer in the Goldsmiths Anthropology Department and Schuyler Espirit, the founder of Create Caribbean and Programme Officer at the University of the West Indies Open Campus in Antigua & Barbuda. They are co-investigators on the ESRC funded project Caribbean Cyclone Cartographies. In this interview they discuss rooting and resilience in Dominica, touching …

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