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12.13.2017

What's beyond the boundary of the shoreline? | Nadia Huggins | TEDxPortofSpain

13 December 2017
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In this talk, Nadia Huggins, an artist affiliated with Small Axe's Caribbean Queer Visualities project, explores the in-between spaces of the shoreline and beneath the water. Through the use of her images, she explores the moments of vulnerablities of moments at the boundaries of the shorelines and how constructs emerge in these spaces. Nadia Huggins is a self-taught visual artist and self-employed graphic designer. She was born in Trinidad & Tobago, grew up in Saint Vincent & the Grenadines, and has lived and worked in Saint Vincent, Saint Lucia, and Trinidad.

Listening to Small Axe 54

13 December 2017
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Popcaan Where We Come From album cover by Small Axe 54 cover artist Ricardo Edwards

by Tiana Reid

sx salon 26 Available Online

2 December 2017
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In this twenty-sixith issue of sx salon, Vanessa Valdés serves as guest editor for a special discussion, “Commemorating 1917.” As Valdés noted in her Call for Papers earlier this year, “1917 was a significant year in the Caribbean,” with major happenings in Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic.

SX 54 is Now Available!

5 November 2017
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The November 2017 issue of Small Axe is now available. This issue includes a special section entitled "The Jamaican 1960s," with essays by David Scott, Donette Francis, Deborah A. Thomas, Sheri-Marie Harrison, Obika Gray, Maziki Thame, Faith Smith, and Charles Carnegie.  The issue also includes a book discussion of SX's managing editor, Vanessa Pérez-Rosario's, book Becoming Julia de Burgos: The Making of a Puerto Rican Icon.

Yarimar Bonilla on Hurricane Maria

11 October 2017
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In light of the Small Axe Project's continued attention to recent hurricane-wrought devastation across the Caribbean, we would like to share our own, Yarimar Bonilla's recent writings and interviews on Puerto Rico and the political, economic, and environmental situation on the island before and after Hurricane Maria.

A Statement on Hurricane Maria 

21 September 2017
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We in the Small Axe Project are watching with deep concern and anguish the path of Hurricane Maria. The wreckage in human life and the destruction of the livelihoods of ordinary people that it is leaving behind in its wake is incalculable, perhaps irreparable. Our thoughts are with family, friends, and colleagues in the affected regions, especially those with whom we have not been able to make contact as a consequence of the widespread collapse of communication systems. Let us seek to support, wherever we can, however we can, those in most need.
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"No More a Fragile Thing"
-sx archipelagos launches sophomore issue

12 September 2017
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The sx archipelagos editorial team is excited to present our sophomore issue. Since launching the journal last year we’ve both shored up and expanded our community of contributors and collaborators, and we hope sxa (2) does justice to this evolution. The essays in the issue all turn around the question of Haiti, history, and the digital – from Laura Wagner on curating and preserving oral/aural history, to Sarah Juliet Lauro on gaming the Haitian Revolution, to Nathan H. Dize, Kelsey Corlett-Rivera, Abby R. Broughton, and Brittany M.

A Conversation with Sandra Cisneros 

9 September 2017
Sandra Cisneros

A Reading and Conversation with Sandra Cisneros

Latina Life Stories series curated by Vanessa Pérez-Rosario

Date: September 18, 2017

Time: 11:00am - 12:50pm

Location: Woody Tanger Auditorium, Brooklyn College Library