Jamaica Kincaid and Tiphanie Yanique: Caribbean Feminisms on the Page

Distinguished writer Jamaica Kincaid, originally from Antigua, and debut novelist Tiphanie Yanique, who grew up in St. Thomas, come together with Barnard Associate Professor Kaiama L. Glover to discuss their experiences as women of color from the Caribbean, their thoughts on writing about the Caribbean region, and their engagement with gender and feminism in their writings.

Co-sponsored by the Barnard Center for Research on Women, Barnard Africana Studies, Barnard CCIS, Barnard Department of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Columbia Institute for Research in African-American Studies, Small Axe, Columbia Greater Caribbean Studies Center, and Gender Studies at Eugene Lang College at The New School.

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