Evelyn O’Callaghan, Professor of West Indian literature, Department of Language, Linguistics and Literature at the University of the West Indies, Barbados campus, is recently retired. She has published on West Indian literature, particularly on women’s writing, early Caribbean narratives and more recently, ecocritical readings of Caribbean landscapes in visual and scribal texts.
Michael A. Bucknor is a Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor, Head of the Department of Literatures in English and the Public Orator of the Mona Campus, UWI. He is also co-editor with Alison Donnell of The Routledge Companion to Anglophone Caribbean Literature, carries out research on Austin Clarke, Caribbean-Canadian writing, postcolonial literatures and theory, diaspora studies, masculinities and popular culture.
Lisa Outar is currently Visiting Assistant Professor of English at St. John’s University. She researches Anglophone and Francophone Caribbean literature. She publishes in the areas of Indo-Caribbean literature, feminist writing and the connections between the Caribbean and other sites of the indentureship diaspora. She is co-editor of Indo-Caribbean Feminist Thought: Geneaologies, Theories, Enactments (Palgrave 2016).
Glyne Griffith teaches in the Department of English at the University at Albany, SUNY. His scholarly interests include cultural post-colonialities and Anglophone Caribbean literature and literary history. He taught previously at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus.
Kevin Adonis Browne is a writer, photographer, and rhetorical theorist. Operating primarily at the intersections of rhetoric, race, sexuality, and Caribbean culture, his research is oriented toward their collective establishment as a viable subfield in Rhetorical Studies. His work espouses a transnational vision for Caribbean expression and innovation, linking localized traditional practice to contemporary globalized–and digitized–discourses. He lectures in the Department of Literary, Cultural, and Communication Studies at the University of the West Indies-St Augustine.
Ronald Cummings is Associate Professor in the Department of English Language and Literatures at Brock University, Canada. His research focuses on critical Maroon studies, gender and sexuality studies and on Caribbean literary historiography. He is co-editor (with Alison Donnell) of Caribbean Literature in Transition, 1970-2020 (Cambridge University Press, 2021).
Book Review Editor
Antonia MacDonald is Professor in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Arts and Sciences, St. George’s University, Grenada. She publishes in the following areas: contemporary Caribbean women writers, St. Lucian literature and Eastern Caribbean popular culture.
Antonia MacDonald, PhD
Associate Dean, Graduate Studies Program
Professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences
School of Arts and Sciences
St. George’s University
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Editorial Advisory Board
Laurence Breiner (Boston University)
Rhonda Cobham-Sander (Amherst College)
Daniel Coleman (McMaster University)
Anne Collett (University of Wollongong)
Raphael Dalleo (Bucknell University)
Denise DeCaires Narain (University of Sussex)
Curdella Forbes (Howard University)
Aaron Kamugisha (University of the West Indies, Cave Hill)
Geraldine Skeete (University of the West Indies, St. Augustine)
Faith Smith (Brandeis University)
Emily Taylor (Presbyterian College)