February 20, 2019 – 7 pm, Digital Commons, 101 Cooper Street 

Dr. Kevin Browne, photographer, scholar, and lecturer of Literatures in English at the University of the West Indies presents Revelations: Caribbeanist Photography as Embodied Practice. Dr. Browne’s talk will draw from his recent book, High Mas: Carnival and the Poetics of Caribbean Culture.


This talk takes place in the Digital Commons, 101 Cooper Street. Please note: Google Maps does not always provide correct directions to this address. From the Writers House, 305 Cooper Street, follow Cooper Street west toward N. 3rd Street. In one block, you will see Johnson Park on your right (small park featuring a rectangular pool) and behind it a building with columns labeled “library.” This is the building where the Digital Commons is located; enter through the front doors.

Also join us earlier in the evening at the Writers House for Dr. Browne’s workshop on community archives, open to all interested in learning to use archivists’ tools to document and maintain marginal histories.