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Dr. Rodney Worrell
Title: Temporary Lecturer in History
Department: History
Discipline: History
Qualifications: PhD  UWI (Mona), MPhil BA UWI (Cave Hill)
Contact: Tel: 1-246-417-4464; e-mail: rodney.worrell@cavehill.uwi.edu
Teaching Areas: Imperialism since 1918, History of Africa 1800-1900, Liberation Struggles in 20th Century Africa, Black American Experience since 1865
Biography: Rodney Worrell is a Lecturer in History at The University of the West Indies. He obtained his PhD from The University of the West Indies, Mona in 2010, with the thesis on George Padmore: Social and Political Thought. He is a member of the Government of Barbados Task Force on Reparations and a member of the Walter Rodney Justice Committee.
Research: Pan-Africanism, Black Radicalism, Black Marxism.
Publications: Book Chapters
“Black Marxist: Champion of the Negro Toilers “in Rupert Lewis ed. Caribbean Reasonings – Caribbean Political Activism: Essays in Honour of Richard Hart Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers 2012 pp 144-158.
“George Padmore: Pan-Africanist Par Excellence,” in Fitzroy Baptiste and Rupert Lewis eds.  George Padmore: Pan-African Revolutionary Miami and Kingston: Ian Randle Publishers 2009 pp 22-36.
Pan-Africanism in Barbados” in Glenford Howe and Don Marshall eds. The Empowering Impulse Kingston: Canoe Press 2001 pp 196-220.
 
Journal Articles
The People’s Progressive Movement and the Black Star Newspaper in Barbados: Their Ideology and Official Reaction to It” Journal of Caribbean History Volume 47: 2 013, pp 212-239.
Leroy Harewood Pan-African   Humanist” IDEAZ Volume 1, No.2, 2002, pp 29 – 35.

Whither Global Africa? A case   for Pan-Africanism” African Quarterly Volume 41, No.  1-2; January - June, 2001 pp 41 – 60.
Books
Worrell, R and H. Campbell Pan-Africanism, Pan-Africanists, and African Liberation in the 21st Century Washington, DC: New Academia Publishing 2006
Worrell, R Pan-Africanism in Barbados: An Analysis of the Twentieth Century Pan African Formations Bridgetown, Barbados 2002; and re-published Washington, DC 2005: New Academia Publishing
 



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