"I'm a second generation (to both dominican parents) from NYC. I have a rather strange view on this.I cannot disown either of my progenitors without disowning myself.Im Spanish. Im of Roman descendent; our government is…"
I am a professor of anthropology in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Concordia University. My research interests have focused on the Carib Community of Arima, Trinidad; ethnohistories and ethnographies of the aboriginal populations of Trinidad and Tobago and Dominica; tradition; globalization; political economy; and, both cyberspace ethnography and visual ethnography.
Hons. Double Major BA: York University - Latin American & Caribbean Studies, Spanish - 1990 (summa cum laude)
Diploma: University of the West Indies, Trinidad - International Relations - 1991 (Distinction)
MA: State University of New York at Binghamton - Anthropology - 1996
Ph.D.: The University of Adelaide (Australia) - Anthropology - 2002
Dr. Maximilian C. Forte
Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W
Montreal, QC, H3G-1M8, Canada
Tel: 514 848-2424 ext.5567
Imperialism, colonialism, nationalism, and Indigenous resistance.
Taiino Ti Max
On Behalf of the new adinistrative partnership of this network I want to express our gratitude for your effort in starting this entity and hope that now that it is back you will again participate in its on-going dialogue.