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The Eric Williams Memorial Collection Information
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  • URL: http://www.ericwilliamsmemorialcollection.org
  • The Eric Williams Memorial Collection contains the books, papers and memorabilia of the late Dr. Eric Williams, eminent historian and Chief Minister/Premier/Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, 1956-1981. The collection was placed on deposit at the Alma Jordan Library, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago, in March 1989. It was formally declared open on March 22, 1998.
    The books and journals together number approximately 7,000 items and cover a wide range of disciplines: Philosophy, Religion, History, Economics, Politics, Education, Music and Art. The emphasis is in the area of History.
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  • 19th Annual FIU Eric Williams Lecture - Do Black Lives Matter in the Age of Trump
  • Florida International University African & African Diaspora Studies in conjunction with The Eric Williams Memorial Collection Research Library, Archives & Museum at The University of the West Indies present the Nineteenth Annual Eric E. Williams Memorial Lecture. Speaker: Dr. Pedro Noguera Distinguished Professor of Education UCLA Graduate School of Education/Information Studies.
  • October 07, 2017
  • 17th FIU Eric Williams Lecture Affirms Caribbean's Leadership in US-Cuba Accord
  • To a packed crowd of some 170 at the 17th FIU Eric Williams Lecture, the Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and The Grenadines, the Hon. Ralph Gonsalves, ably made the case for Caribbean foresight, spanning some 43 years, vis a vis the recent controversial agreement between the United States and Cuba.
  • February 01, 2016
  • 16th Annual Eric E. Williams Memorial Lecture
  • This year, the African & African Diaspora Studies Program's Distinguished Africana Scholars Lecture hosts the Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, the Hon. Kenny Anthony. "Reparations and 21st Century Development: The Silence Is Broken and We Speak to the World" promises to address CARICOM'S recent political stance on slave trade reparations.
  • October 13, 2014