International Journal of Bahamian Studies

Announcements

 

IJBS and UB Research in the News continued

 
The national discussion on violence continues in the Bahamian news media. News reports about violence of all kinds - gender-based, marital rape, and corporal punishment continue to dominate the headlines and reference research published in the IJBS.  
Posted: 2021-11-19 More...
 

IJBS Research in the News

 
Since the publication of Vol. 27 of the IJBS at the end of October several research papers have been featured in local news outlets.  
Posted: 2021-11-18 More...
 
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Vol 27 (2021): IJBS

Table of Contents

Editorial

Raymond Austin Oenbring
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Original Articles

Elizabeth J. Williams, William J. Fielding, Virginia C. Ballance
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1-18
Kemie Alexander Jones
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19-36
Jonopia Andrea Fernander, Kristen Welsh Unwala
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37-46
William J. Fielding, Virginia Ballance
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47-62
Abigail Darville
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63-74
Jim Lawlor
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75-86

Hurricane Dorian: Impacts and Future Preparations in The Bahamas

Ian A. Bethell-Bennett, Saskia M. Fürst
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87-92
Adelle Thomas, Cathleen LeGrand, Susan H. Larson
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93-104
Nastassia Pratt
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105-116
Ian A. Bethell-Bennett
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117-130

Research and Project Reports

Lesvie Archer, Bridget Sophia Hogg, Vijaya Perumal, Olivia Saunders, Brittney Johnson
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131-146

Literature Reviews

Yvonne Hunter-Johnson, Norrisa Newton, Beulah Gardiner-Farquharson, Janice Munnings, Neresa Bandelier, Faith Butler, Tarah McDonald, Natasha Swann, Raquel Edgecombe
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147-164

COB/UB History

William J. Fielding, Virginia C. Ballance, Pandora Johnson, Vikneswaran Nair
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165-180

Commentary and Speeches

Vivette Ruth Milson-Whyte
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181-190
Duane Sands, Cherita Moxey
191-200