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Caribbean Perspectives
online Colloquium

The Caribbean Perspectives Colloquium aims to delve into the intricate and pressing issues surrounding spatial inequality and its profound impact on the diverse communities that call the Caribbean region home.

The Caribbean, with its vibrant cultures, picturesque landscapes, and rich history, has long been celebrated as a tapestry of interconnected societies. However, beneath this allure lies a complex web of socio-economic disparities and spatial injustices that demand our urgent attention. This colloquium seeks to foster an open dialogue that transcends borders and disciplines, bringing together scholars, practitioners, activists, and policymakers from across the globe to address the multifaceted challenges faced by the region.

This colloquium seeks to transcend traditional academic settings, encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration and forging meaningful partnerships with local stakeholders. Our goal is to generate innovative ideas and practical solutions that empower Caribbean communities to chart a course towards spatial justice.

Join us for an inspiring and thought-provoking journey as we explore the past, assess the present, and envision a more equitable future for the Caribbean. Your unique insights and collective wisdom will be instrumental in shaping this dialogue and fostering lasting positive change.

We look forward to your active participation and invaluable contributions to this vital conversation.

Fall of 2023 and Spring 2024

Once a mont

11:30 am to 1:00 pm CST

UTC/GMT -06:00

Details and registration information will be updated below.

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