Published since 1919, the New West Indian Guide is the oldest scholarly journal on the Caribbean, featuring English-language articles in the fields of anthropology, art, archaeology, economics, geography, geology, history, international relations, linguistics, literature, music, political science and sociology. It also includes the world's most complete review section on Caribbean books — covering some 150 books each year. It regularly publishes contributions by authors around the globe as well as every part of the insular Caribbean.
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