CAPE Caribbean Studies

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This interdisciplinary subject provides students with the opportunity to study issues relevant to the distinctive physical, political, and socio-economic challenges facing the small states that comprise the region. The study integrates perspectives from various disciplines including, Cultural Studies and Ethics, Economics, Government and Politics, History, International Relations, Physical and Human Ecology, and Sociology, as tools for understanding Caribbean society and culture. The CAPE Caribbean Studies Syllabus defines the Caribbean region in terms of its geography, common historical experiences, cultural identities, participation in the global community, intermixing of diverse ethnic and racial groups, and its continuing struggle for survival and sovereignty.

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