Wednesday, December 27, 2006

KACIKE: New Articles Published Online

Recently, two new articles have been published in KACIKE: The Journal of Caribbean Amerindian History and Anthropology. The first is a new paper by Jason Yaremko on Cuba which received glowing reviews from expert reviewers, and the second is a reprint of Alfredo Figueredo's previously published work on Taino-Carib encounters in the Virgin Islands. The two articles are:

The Virgin Islands as an Historical Frontier between the Taínos and the Caribs.--Alfredo E. Figueredo

Yaremko's contribution brings to a total eight authors who have published research on Cuba in KACIKE, the other seven being Barreiro, Camacho, Figueredo, Ulloa, Calvache, Ortega, and Tendero.

While KACIKE remains an open-acess journal, in the future bound special editions may also be available through "print on demand" online retailers.

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