Pernilla Hultberg
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About Me:
M.A student in Social Anthropology in Gothenburg, Sweden. I conducted an MFS, i e a minor field study in Dominica in 2000. Due to various reasons I never finished my master degree, but I have just taken up the plans to do so.
I have also studied Sociology, Political science etc.
Since a couple of years ago I am working with forreign doctors (immigrants), helping them through the system in Sweden.
I have also resently started to work in a research project concerning refugee children, and their health and well being.
Coordinator of education for forreign doctors, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
B.A in Social Anthropology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Research Interests:
Carib indians, ethnic tourism, Dominica

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At 8:43am on January 6, 2024, Ronald Morris said…

Good day,
I picked interest in you after going through your short profile and demanding it is necessary for me to write to you immediately. I have something very important to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on ( for full details.
Best regards,

At 10:34am on January 19, 2009, Sylvester Clauzel said…
I am sorry you've not ehard form Jennifer. I know she was in Dominca over the holidays. Sorry. I will send her a note to enquire.
At 5:49am on October 30, 2008, Jorge Baracutei Estevez said…
Pernilla! Sorry, been aqay for a while. Love your pics. I will write soon. Promise!
At 10:08pm on October 25, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Thanx for the friend invite.

By the way nice family you got there. Nice pictures too. I am assuming this is in sweden? The picuture of the ligh house a very beuatiful shot.
At 7:00pm on October 24, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
WOW, I wrote alot. Sorry for the long book. Hey if you have a specific question go ahead and ask. I dont want to make your page my page, LOL............

Looking forward to your readig your work.
At 6:57pm on October 24, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Hey, Pernilla

The picture are all family members. Actually my family is much bigger than this. Mom has 15 brothers and sister, Dad has about 18 brothers and sister. So between my mom and dad I have over 100 first cousins, Few second cousins too. I have family I havent even met.

Jorge Estevez is great. His work is very important for our people. Especially with this rewakeing/resurgence of our people. I think it is going to help people who dont know of there indigenous ancestory as well as of us who do know. But some times are but in a situation where we have to deny it. He works down here in NY at the native american mussuem. I have seen his taino presentation that he does every monday a few times. It's a great education for taino's regardless of what island they are from. Aslo for other native or non natives. Even though he is very knowlegable with any aspect of our taino ancestory. He seems to be very pro indian. In other words. His work at the museum goes beyoned our tribe. He can speak about other indigenous tribes asswell. I mean this is what I have seen.

Yes, I am from Kiskeya. One of the picture on my page are mountains were there are actually villages. This is were both my parents come from. I was born in New York. I actually posted that picture cause I wanted to show that some part of the island (cibao region) are very secluded. Cibao region is very big. I am sure that Jorge village look very simillar to this. When you get a chance go to (On "Not Looking Indian") started by Orocobia. Page4. I posted a intersting story. This will show how secluded even till now some parts of the cibao region are. I am sure that goes for cuba and the other island too.

You know. It wasnt till I met Jorge that I was able to ask my parents better question. Jorge told me dont ask about indian/taino things. Just ask about there child hood in Kiskeya. Once I did this. The taino/indio just poured out. I found out that 3 genration back everybody in both side of my family had taino fiirst and middle names. Ocourse there are still taino names being used today. But not like before. My mom talked about how they use to make pots out of clay. How they use to make casabe bread, etc etc. Lots of good storys.

You see when I was little. We were thought that we were extinct. I did have a teacher in the village that thought us we are native americans. Later, I actually bought my first taino book when I came back to the states. When I read that tainos wer extinct. I threw the book out. Cause I knew it was a lie. So I kinda turn my back on the whole thing. But I did read anything on north and south american indians (sadly south american indian are going threw the same denial). But nothing that mentioned tainos. I have always felt a connection to other indigenous people. Regardless if they themselves didnt call themslev indians. Obviously things changed now. Books are slowly being updated. But still there is a problem. I can tell other people including native and non native I am taino and they will accept it. But if I tell a person from a spanish speaking island I am taino they will dismis it. Call you crazy. Even if they themself are indians.
At 4:50pm on October 24, 2008, bella1976 said…
well i dont know anything about the lifestyle but im still stubborn i can at least find the family roots and be able to point on a map or walk into a village and say.. "this is where youre from" because i can do that for my son with my roots!
and my son is 14 already. halfway to a man!!
At 10:18pm on October 23, 2008, Juan Almonte said…
Hey, read some where that you are doing research on the caribs. Would you be posting it? I am of taino ancestory but the carib indians and the tainos are related. So any info on them is always intersing.
At 10:05pm on October 23, 2008, bella1976 said…
actually my son's father is Dominican/Antiguan.
I have no love for the Antiguan grandmother, and neither does my son, so he has decided he wants to focus on his Dominican roots.
Dominica seems more interesting anyways!!
as for my sons roots.... its becoming difficult as it seems there arent a lot of Grants on the island. I know also my son's grandfather had some Carib blood, but as to how much?? i dont know.
At 2:23am on October 18, 2008, AkuTurey said…
I thank you for your message-it is late now,and have to go to bed,but wanted to at least make contact!Till next time!
Frank AkuTurey

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