Christopher Williams

BA, MA, DipEd, PhD, University of Warwick
Chair and Assistant Professor
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Christopher A Williams teaches across the Social Studies and Professional Development departments. He received his PhD in 2011 from the University of Warwick in the United Kingdom. He has published articles and poems in The Journal of Caribbean History, The International Journal of Arts and Sciences, The Historian, The Journal of Cultural Geography (forthcoming), and The African-American Quarterly; his forthcoming book publication, Implicating Caymanianness, is slated for publication in late 2014.

Dr. Williams' research interests include tracing the development of various New World identities, analyzing the importance of race and xenophobia in transnational Caribbean circuits, uncovering the effects of globalization on various Caribbean identities and personalities, and connecting regional New World histories toward a holistic historical account of the New World.