Skip to main content

Research Repository

Advanced Search

Reflections on a revolution: In conversation with Selwyn Strachan (2015)
Journal Article
Clegg, P. (2015). Reflections on a revolution: In conversation with Selwyn Strachan

Reflections on a Revolution: In Conversation with Selwyn Strachan was organised by the University of the West of England’s Social Science in the City strand, and took place in Bristol, UK on 22nd May 2014. What follows is an edited transcript of the... Read More about Reflections on a revolution: In conversation with Selwyn Strachan.

Grenada: Revolution and Invasion (2015)
Book
Clegg, P. (2015). P. Clegg, P. Lewis, & G. Williams (Eds.), Grenada: Revolution and Invasion. University of the West Indies Press

Grenada: Revolution and Invasion is a wide-ranging collection of essays by academics in the Caribbean, the United Kingdom and the United States, each with a unique perspective on the revolution and its effects. The Grenada events of 1979–1983, especi... Read More about Grenada: Revolution and Invasion.

Still lonely after all these years? Contemporary development in the ‘Three Guianas’ (2015)
Journal Article
Hoefte, R., Bishop, M. L., & Clegg, P. (2015). Still lonely after all these years? Contemporary development in the ‘Three Guianas’. Caribbean Studies, 43(2), 83-113

Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana have traditionally been seen as isolated: from each other; from the Caribbean with which they are socially and culturally contiguous; and also from the South American continent in which they are geographically situa... Read More about Still lonely after all these years? Contemporary development in the ‘Three Guianas’.

Taking stock of the decolonization agenda – The UK overseas territories (Caribbean, Bermuda, and St Helena): Current positions and future options (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Clegg, P. (2015, May). Taking stock of the decolonization agenda – The UK overseas territories (Caribbean, Bermuda, and St Helena): Current positions and future options. Paper presented at United Nations Caribbean Regional Seminar on Decolonization

This paper analyses the current state of relations between the United Kingdom (UK) government and its Overseas Territories, with a particular focus on the Caribbean territories, Bermuda and St Helena. Over the last two decades the general approach of... Read More about Taking stock of the decolonization agenda – The UK overseas territories (Caribbean, Bermuda, and St Helena): Current positions and future options.

Non-self-governing territories of the Caribbean and debates over autonomy (2015)
Book Chapter
Clegg, P. (2015). Non-self-governing territories of the Caribbean and debates over autonomy. In J. West (Ed.), South America, Central America and the Caribbean 2016, 33-39. Routledge

Nineteen countries in the Caribbean region (from the Cayman Islands in the west to Martinique in the east, and from the Turks and Caicos Islands in the north to French Guiana in the south, plus Bermuda, located in the West Atlantic but often grouped... Read More about Non-self-governing territories of the Caribbean and debates over autonomy.

Ebola, Chikungunya, and the Caribbean: Struggling to prepare and respond (2015)
Journal Article
Clegg, P. (2015). Ebola, Chikungunya, and the Caribbean: Struggling to prepare and respond. Round Table, 104(1), 65-67. https://doi.org/10.1080/00358533.2015.1005357

In recent months the Caribbean has faced an epidemic of the Chikungunya virus, which the region has found difficult to control. In May 2014 the Caribbean Health Agency (CARPHA) declared the virus had reached epidemic levels, and since then the number... Read More about Ebola, Chikungunya, and the Caribbean: Struggling to prepare and respond.

The Commonwealth Caribbean and Europe: The End of the Affair? (2015)
Journal Article
Clegg, P. (2015). The Commonwealth Caribbean and Europe: The End of the Affair?. Round Table, 104(4), 429-440. https://doi.org/10.1080/00358533.2015.1063841

© 2015 The Round Table Ltd. Abstract: The institutional relationship between the Commonwealth Caribbean and the European Union (EU) dates back to the mid-1970s, when the Lomé Convention was signed. The agreement was seen as a high water mark in First... Read More about The Commonwealth Caribbean and Europe: The End of the Affair?.