Theorizing Homophobias in the Caribbean

Theorizing Homophobias in the Caribbean - Complexities of Place, Desire and Belonging

A digital multimedia collection of activist reports, creative writing, critical essays, film, interviews, music, and visual and performance art reflecting the complexities of homophobias in the Caribbean, while also expanding understanding of Caribbean sexual minority experiences and activism in the region and its diaspora.
Presented by the Caribbean Region of the International Resource Network and edited by Rosamond S. King, Angelique V. Nixon, the late Colin Robinson, Natalie Bennett, and Vidyaratha Kissoon. This collection was launched on 15 June, 2012.

The collection was moved to this site in December 2022

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