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Crime in the Caribbean (Podcast)

A Legacy of Colonialism, A Product of Globalization

In this episode of the History Watch podcast series Dr. Audra A. Diptee  is in conversation with Dr. David V. Trotman of York University.  They discuss the ways in which colonial legacies influence contemporary issues related to crime in the Caribbean.

Credits:  Voice credits go to Lina Crompton for the introduction.  This episode was produced by Dr. Audra A. Diptee.  She also coordinates the History Watch Project podcast series.

ISBN: 978-0-9940972-2-4

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1 Comment on Crime in the Caribbean (Podcast)

  1. I really enjoyed Dr. Trotman’s reflections on crime in Trinidad and Tobago. One group he did not reference are the Syrian origin Trinidadians who are involved in the drug trade in T&T. They operate from behind the scenes and are not readily apparent as actors in crime.

    Professor Dwaine Plaza
    School of Public Policy
    Oregon State University

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