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Faculty of Humanities and Education

Department of History and Philosophy


Dr. Rodney Worrell

Dr. Rodney Worrell

Temporary Lecturer in History & Coordinator of FOUN1101

Department: History


History & Philosophy


PhD University of the West Indies, Mona, 2010

Teaching Areas

Co-ordinator of Caribbean Civilization
The Black Experience in the United States since 1865
Liberation Struggles in 20th Century Africa

Select Publications

George Padmore’s Black Internationalism (forthcoming 2021)
“The Peoples Progressive Movement and the Black Star newspaper in Barbados: Their Ideology and Official Reaction to it,” Journal of Caribbean History 47: 2013, 212-239.
“Black Marxist: Champion of the Negro Toilers,” Caribbean Political Activism: Essays in Honour of Richard Hart ed. Rupert Lewis, (Ian Randle Publishers: Kingston 2012, 144-158.
Cricket and Pan-Africanist Protest in Barbados 1966-1994,” Shibboleths Vol.5 (December 2017): 1-16.
Pan-Africanism in the Caribbean,” ed. Reiland Rabaka in The Routledge Handbook of Pan-Africanism (London: Routledge, forthcoming summer 2020) 216-230.

Additional Info

Completing Book on Pan-African Thought and Activism in Barbados


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