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  1. Steelband saga: A story of the steelband, the first 25 years (This is Trinidad and Tobago) by Sylvia Gonzalez, 1978
  2. Reptiles of Trinidad and Tobago by Hans E. A Boos, 1960
  3. Soap making (This is Trinidad and Tobago) by Hollis E Knight, 1976
  4. The interaction of African peoples and cultures in nineteenth century Trinidad by Maureen Warner Lewis, 1989
  5. Four music cultures: Tradition and change in Tanzania, Tunisia, Sweden and Trinidad : English summary of Fyra musikkulturer : tradition och förändring i Tanzania, Tunisien, Sverige och Trinidad by Krister Malm, 1981
  6. Cascadu farming: A manual for the culture of Hoplosternum littorale (Occasional paper) by Indar Ramnarine, 1989
  7. Trinidad Carnival: The Cultural Politics of a Transnational Festival
  8. Derek Walcott & West Indian Drama: "Not Only a Playwright but a Company", The Trinidad Theatre Workshop 1959-1993 by Bruce King, 1995-05-11
  9. London Calling: V.S. Naipaul, Postcolonial Mandarin by Rob Nixon, 1992-02-27
  10. Journey Through Darkness: The Writing of V.S. Naipaul by Peggy Nightingale, 1987-11
  11. THE HANSARD RECORD 2000.07.28. Crime, Illiteracy, Culture. Cover title by Morgan. Job, 2000-01-01
  12. Reading and Writing: A Personal Account by V.S. Naipaul, 2000-02-28
  13. TRINIDADIANAND TOBAGONIAN AMERICANS: An entry from Gale's <i>Gale Encyclopedia of Multicultural America</i> by N. Samuel Murrell, 2000
  14. Ramesh of El Socorro by Therese Mills, 1967

61. Off-Campus Study Abroad Programs :: Trinidad And Tobago
conjunction with Pacific Lutheran University offers students a program that introducesthem to the culture, history and complexity of trinidad and tobago.
Off-Campus Study Abroad Programs :: Trinidad and Tobago

Program at a glance


Welcome to the St. Lawrence University
Trinidad and Tobago Program
St. Lawrence University in conjunction with Pacific Lutheran University offers students a program that introduces them to the culture, history and complexity of Trinidad and Tobago. This spring semester program provides about five SLU students an opportunity to join PLU students in studying the rich and varied culture of the two-island nation. The program includes a one-month orientation course, a field study course in Caribbean culture and society that runs the entire semester, and direct enrollment in two courses of their choice at the St. Augustine Campus of the University of the West Indies in Port of Spain, Trinidad. Trinidad and Tobago are the southernmost islands of the Caribbean archipelago, and are geologically an extension of the South American continent. Trinidad is separated from Venezuela by the 7-mile (11km) straits of the Gulf of Paria. We chose Trinidad and Tobago as the site of our Caribbean program for its blend of African, Indian, and Caribbean cultures. Home Off-Campus Programs On Campus Academics International Students ...
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62. Trinidad And Tobago Socio-economic Information
Electronic trinidad and tobago Business Directory. Places Health Education Agriculture Government Sport culture Bibliographies Email Us
Home About Us People Places ... Staff Structure
EBC Documents from the daily newspapers - Headlines, Editorials and Public Opinion Labour Day 2002 Newspaper Clippings
Declaration of Chapultepec 2002 ... Film Censors Board 2002
Planning and Budgeting
Budget Speeches 2002-2003, 2001-2002, 2000-2001 in PDF Format List of Central Bank Governors 1964 - 2002 Chaguanas Local Area Plan Port of Spain Local Area Plan
Business and Investment
Investing in Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Industry and Commerce Doing Business with the Government of Trinidad and Tobago
Diplomatic Missions
Canadian High Commission in Trinidad High Commission of India in Trinidad United States Embassy in Trinidad Other Socio-Economic Resources
Newspapers and Directories
Tobago News Trinidad Guardian Trinidad Express Newsday ... Electronic Trinidad and Tobago Business Directory
Bills and Acts of Parliament (Legislation) Acts, Gazettes, Subsidiary Legislation provided to NALIS by Government Printery

63. Living Abroad
Education and culture. The following are useful links to informationon education and culture in trinidad and tobago. The UNESCO
Living and Studying in Trinidad and Tobago
Whether or not this is your first time away from your country, you are probably thinking about the different aspects of living in a new culture. Most grantees find that they must make some adjustments, since many things are new or unfamiliar. The process you will go through may be difficult, but it is also exciting and contributes to your personal enrichment and understanding of other ways of life. Adapting to another culture may be frustrating at times, but there are people at your host university and at LASPAU who are able to help. Temporary problems should not discourage you. A growing familiarity with the new culture and with the resources available to you will greatly increase your enjoyment of your surroundings. We suggest that you read the section on Cross-Cultural Adjustment in this guide. Health Care Because health care systems vary from country to country, it is important that you protect yourself and your family by consulting the international student advisor at your host institution about health care available in Trinidad and Tobago to international students and their dependents. Please also see the Medical Insurance information provided in the

64. Miss Trinidad And Tobago Pictures
verve, trinidad offers culture, ethnic diversity, music, great food and a wealthof gorgeous beaches. A more conventional holiday destination, tobago boasts

65. International/Study Abroad 2003/Natural Resources/The University Of The West Ind
Indies (UWI), St. Augustine campus, in order to become more familiarwith trinidad tobago culture. LOCATION The study program
Program at a Glance:

Spring Semester 2003; January - May 2003 Credit
Full Semester Credit transferred to Virginia Tech Eligibility

University Dormitory. Costs

Dr. John Crunkilton, Associate Dean
1060 Litton Reaves (0334) Blacksburg, VA 24061 jcrunkil@ Website: Office of International Research, Education, and Development (OIRED) 134 Burruss Hall (Mail Code 0265) Blacksburg, VA 24061 Phone: (540) 231-5888 Fax: (540) 231-5750 email: Program Details: PURPOSE LOCATION COURSE CREDIT All exchange students will enroll full-time in selected semester courses offered by the faculty of the UWI. Students will select courses with advice from their Virginia Tech departmental academic advisor and insure that all courses will transfer to Virginia Tech upon successful completion. In order to profit fully from this international exchange, students should consider courses which offer unique exposure to foreign agriculture and culture. OVERVIEW AGRICULTURAL, NATURAL RESOURCES AND NATURAL SCIENCE PROGRAMS

66. TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO-HEALTH The High Cost Of Sex Tourism
people who choose to be tested in private laboratories or in trinidad. County HealthVisitor, Margaret Wright, contends that the tobago culture is at fault.
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO-HEALTH: The High Cost of Sex Tourism InterPress News Service (IPS); 24 March 1997.
Wesley Gibbings PORT OF SPAIN, Mar 24 (IPS) - Tobago , that picturesque, northern- easterly portion of the twin island republic of Trinidad and Tobago, is fast realising that sex the fourth dimension of the tourism industry that sells sun, sea and sand bears a terribly high price tag. Tourism and promiscuity are being blamed by health experts for the fast rising incidence of the dreaded Acquired Immmune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) in Tobago, an island that has begun to establish itself as an alternative to traditional tourist destinations in the Caribbean. Despite the high rate of HIV infection in its sister island of Trinidad, Tobago was long spared the scourge of AIDS. Whereas Tobago had only a few cases of infection prior to 1990, in Trinidad, AIDS was already the third ranking cause of death for men between the ages of 15 and 24 years and the second ranking cause of death for men in the age group 25 to 34 years. Now, at least one person in all but one of the villages in Tobago, has tested positive for the HIV virus. Between 1990 and 1996, 218 persons, most of them male, tested positive for the virus, with 91 deaths within this period. These statistics show only part of the picture. Not included in the official figures are those people who choose to be tested in private laboratories or in Trinidad.

67. Carnival Culture
Carnival culture was an interdisciplinary workshop taught by Michael Eldridge ofthe in particular the steelband and calypso traditions of trinidad tobago.
Carnival Culture
This is a website in progresscheck this space regularly for further announcements, information, and weblinks, such as:
  • A bibliography of imaginative literature related to Carnival
If you attended the course and would like to have a look at "Iere Now and Long Ago": A Century of Calypso in Trinidad , a multi-media website including text, pictures and sound, e-mail Professor Eldridge for the password. W e also encourage you to visit some of the websites below, and to use the following materials in the circulating collections at the HSU Library freely. Books:
  • John Cowley, Carnival, Canboulay and Calypso: Traditions in the Making (Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1996). GT4229 .T7 .C69 1996 Donald R. Hill, Calypso Calaloo: Early Carnival Music in Trinidad (Gainesville: UP of Florida, 1993). ML3565 .H54 1993 John W. Nunley and Judith Bettelheim, eds., Caribbean Festival Arts: Each and Every Bit of Difference (Seattle: U of Washington P, 1998). GT4823 .N85 1988 Stephen Stuempfle, The Steelband Movement: The Forging of a National Art in Trinidad and Tobago (Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995). ML3486 .T7 .S78 1995

68. Summer School In The Caribbean - Barbados, Trinidad And Tobago, And Guyana - MSU
the role of the writer in exile; and racial and culture diversity. the longterm impactsof a tourism-based economy, while trinidad and tobago are examples
Information for:
Information on:
Summer Semester (US)
June 28 - July 18, 2003 Alternate years James Madison College Arranged through the Office of Study Abroad (OSA) What's this program about? This program is conducted in three countries of the English-speaking Caribbean: Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago, and Guyana. It offers a unique opportunity for students to study, observe, and participate in the culturally diverse West Indian societies. Students are encouraged to take the introductory course on the history, culture and politics of the Caribbean. This course involves faculty from both Michigan State University and the University of the West Indies. Field trips, guest speakers, and local interaction play an important part in the fulfillment of course requirements. Students will visit government institutions, industries, cultural festivals and historic sites in each country. At the end of the program there will be a four-day excursion to Venezuela.

69. Society And Culture
Category Regional Caribbean trinidad and tobago Society and culture http//, Caribbean Hall of Fame.
Anansi Web Works : About Trinidad and Tobago Extensive information about Trinidad and Tobago, its geography, history, culture, Carnival, with numerous links to other Trinidad and Tobago related links.
Category: Regional > Caribbean > Trinidad and Tobago > Society and Culture
Caribbean Hall of Fame
A listing of prominent and famous people from the Caribbean including actors, athletes, authors, government officals, performing and recording artists from all the West Indies, including a selection
Category: Regional > Caribbean > Trinidad and Tobago > Society and Culture Communities: National Library and Information System of Trinidad and Tobago Ethnic communities and cultural groups in Trinidad and Tobago are the subject of the full-text newspaper articles provided by NALIS on this page. Category: Regional > Caribbean > Trinidad and Tobago > Society and Culture GayTrinidad Aims to help gay citizens of Trinidad and Tobago by providing "a safe, clean place for you to deal with the issues of being gay and coming out and to interact with other gay people right here a

70. Ministry Of Human Development, Youth And Culture
trinidad and tobago Hospitality and Training Institute. · trinidadand tobago National Steel Orchestra. SERVICES. culture DIVISION.

71. Destination Weddings And Honeymoons In Tobago
The Republic of trinidad and tobago is a tropical island paradise waiting to toromance you. as well as a wealth of history, culture and tradition.
Wedding Intro.- Legal Requirements Wedding Agreement Frequently Asked Questions
Reserve Your Wedding Job
... Letters - Past Couples
" ... When you care enough to get the very best " French German Italian Norwegian Portugese Spanish Tobago is known for its lush tropical beauty and breathtaking scenery, it is a highly regarded as a romantic retreat and an exclusive honeymoon and wedding destination.
  • We understand that this is an important event in your life thus we will spare no effort to ensure it goes exactly the way you choose. We can design a ceremony to suit your most intimate fancies. can handle your local wedding arrangements including hotel reservations, wedding venue reservations, bridal bouquet and floral decorations, the priest or minister, assistance with the marriage license and certificates, professional photographic services, music, the wedding cakes, the catering, the champagne and even the services of the best-man.
    Our services are designed to supply your needs at any level of financial commitment. You may choose from a variety of venues with various catered menus and styles. We offer several wedding photography packages that allow you to choose according to your budget.

72. TobagoWI - The Caribbean Vacation Paradise
tobago, Caribbean, vacation, tourist, travel, tourism, culture carnival, calypso,marine trinidad Caribbean Paradise holidays beaches tourism tourists. - Your source for information on this island paradise. Located just off the coast of South America, Tobago
  • Tobago's pace of life is leisurely. This island is a Caribbean pearl whose down-to-earth grace and beauty has not been tarnished by the effects of tourism or industry.
    like its bigger sister Trinidad was once a part of the South American continent. Like this continent, it has an extensive range of flora and fauna and is the site of the Western Hemisphere's oldest protected nature reserve.
    The island of Tobago is a nature lover's dream.
    Tranquil days and soothing nights are separated only by magnificent sunsets.
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73. IEarn Trinidad And Tobago - Welcome!
Welcome to iEARN trinidad and tobago. K25, with an opportunity to make a worth whilecontribution to our society through education and culture for global
About Us News Current
... Contact Us
Warm Greetings!
Project Information and Applications
Youth Education Scheme Global Junior Challenge 2004 project People to People International Young Artist Competition
World Habitat Day
- Project Deadline: May 31, 2003
International Business

Education Program Super Exchange VI
World Scholar Athlete Games
Welcome to iEARN Trinidad and Tobago. We are a non profit group of Community Leaders, Teachers and Students working together to provide, support and empower teachers and our youth, K-25, with an opportunity to make a worth while contribution to our society through education and culture for global understanding. Our parent organization, iEARN i nternational E ducation and R esource N etwork), is a non-profit global network that enables young people to use the Internet and other new technologies to engage in collaborative educational projects that both enhance learning and make a difference in the world. All iEARN projects involve a final "product" or exhibition of the learning that has taken place as part of the collaboration. Our national Trinidad and Tobago coordinator, Mrs. Gia Gaspard Taylor of Port of Spain, invites teachers and their classes to participate in the many exciting

74. Trinidad - People - Culture - Places - Women - Men - Forum - Links
trinidad tobago Caribbean - People - Faces - People - Jobs - Service - Links. AlbertTaxi Service Providing local tours and pick-ups in trinidad tobago.

Trinidad related Forum and Quiz
Chat Trini Web Designers Albert Taxi Service ... Nell's Home Page Trini epal FB Home Page Trini epal Marilyn's Home Page Trini epal Anna's Home Page Caribbean woman Embassy of TT in Washington, DC BURNING ISSUES
The viewing experience will blow you away with professional E-book production in HTML and javascript coding with unique Graphic Art and pictures from yester year. Each CD also comes with FREE LDS Clip Art ! CLICK HERE FOR MORE HTML / Design / Author: Jean A. B. Borde

75. Tatil - Trinidad And Tobago Insurance Limited
the Tatil's Sports and Cultural Club, also featured for the first time in this forum,the unique feature of trinidad and tobago's culture, Traditional Carnival

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Anansi Web Works : About Trinidad and Tobago
Extensive information about Trinidad and Tobago, its geography, history, culture, Carnival, with numerous links to other Trinidad and Tobago related links. Preview This Site Caribbean Hall of Fame A listing of prominent and famous people from the Caribbean including actors, athletes, authors, government officials, performing and recording artists from all the West Indies, including a selection of links specific to Trinidad and Tobago.

77. C.T.C. Country Pages: Trinidad & Tobago - Events
seperately and fused together. trinidad and tobago culture Fest. Villagesof the two islands compete in music, dance, food and crafts.
There are cermonies, events, shows, sports and performances that take place all year round. Phagwa
Festival celebrating the Hindu New Year, usually around full moon in March. Three Men in a Tub Also called the Bathtub Derby, anything that floats can race down the Mayaro-Nariva River (March). Pan on the Move Steel pan bands parade through the streets (April). Pan Ramajay Steel pianist compete over week-long festivities (May). National Drama Festival Festival of folk art (May/June). Eid-ul-Fitr Muslim New Year, occuring around June, is celebrated with day of feasting. Tobago Heritage Festival Villages on the island featuring their own activity, such as traditional weddings, goat races or games (July). Hosay Originally a Muslim mourning ritual for the martyred grandsons of the prophet Mohammed. Emancipation Day Replaces Columbus Discovery Day, celebrating the abolition of slavery. Santa Rosa Festival Celebrates the cross-cultural relationship between the Amerindians and the Roman Catholic Church. Independence Day Republic Day Pan Beautiful Over two weekends, steel pianists compete in classics and calypso at National Stadium.

78. Trinidad & Tobago Orchid Society Website Current Months-February-March 2003
Nonprofit horticultural society promotes education, cultivation and conservation. Find out about schedule Category Home Gardens Associations Orchids...... website of the trinidad tobago Orchid Society provides information on everythingrelated to orchids; how to grow them, upcoming events, culture sheets, and
Trinidad and Tobago Orchid Society February Monthly Meeting: Traditionally February is when your Orchid Society conducts its annual field trip. I am pleased to announce that we will be visiting the Aripo Savanna Scientific Reserve on Sunday 16th February. This is a very rare opportunity as entry to this area is restricted. I have been granted a group permit for this occasion. This will be a learning experience for many as it is a unique habitat of rare flora and fauna and we are prepared to pass on some knowledge on this fascinating landscape. There are several species of Orchids to be observed. This is a field trip; not a walk around the Queen's Park Savannah! The correct apparel is long pants and loose fitting sleeves, comfortable shoes and socks, head gear. Be prepared for a three hour hike mainly in the shade. This includes the return trip. Travel light, with snacks and most importantly water. Plastic water pouches are ideal. You may leave a picnic lunch in your car to be consumed after our hike. Insect repellent is optional. Rendezvous point is Phoenix Farms on Mausica Road, Dabadie (Dr. D. Raj Kumar), where we will form a car pool. The parking arrangement here is secure. I must know not later than Friday 14th the number of participants

79. Jamie Kalicharan Miss Trinidad And Tobago Florida Caribbean 2001
A brief interview with the delegate from trinidad and tobago in the Miss Florida Caribbean 2001 Beauty Category Regional Caribbean Arts and Entertainment...... Miss trinidad and tobago Name Jamie There are so many different cultures coexistingand contributing to our culture muslims, hindu, chrisitans.
Your Caribbean Online: Home News Sports Vibes ... About Us Search For Tips
Miss Florida Caribbean 2001 Event Report Hall of fame (Trinidad and Tobago) Miss Trinidad and Tobago
Name: Jamie Kalicharan
D.O.B. October 2ndd 1980
Give us 5 words that best describe your Country
Calypso, Carnival, Pan, Bacchannal, Family
Tell us about your country
The people, our diversity makes us unique. There are so many different cultures co-existing and contributing to our culture...muslims, hindu, chrisitans.
What one cause do you feel most passionate about?
Racism, I would educate people to know and accept different cultures adn I would also educate them about the differences beetween a cult and a religion.
What makes you so unique? I am outgoing and I love people. What Career do you aspire to and are you in School? I am a junior studying International Business. I love to learn about and deal with other people from different countries and cultures. What does this Pageant mean to you? and what will it offer to the coummunity?

80. Trinidad And Tobago Association Of Washington, DC: General Information
the DC area is not to be ignored, and it has since played an important role in promotingthe artistic and musical expressions of trinidad and tobago culture.
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Founded in 1963 as a sporting and social club by Caribbean students, The Trinidad and Tobago Association of Washington, DC was incorporated in 1971 with the express purpose of acquiring property. That goal having been established, the objectives of the Association have since evolved with the expanding needs of the expatriate Trinidad and Tobago community in the greater Washington, DC area. The vision and mission has also diversified to now include greater outreach to the wider community in promoting programmes, activities and events that assist in bridging the cultural gap between "here and there." Our interests and efforts on behalf of our diverse membership include:
  • Financial Investment Programmes including the Chaconia Fund Investment Plan
  • Public and Community Service programmes including the Angel Tree Christmas
  • Sports and Recreation Programmes which include the continuing activities of the soccer team, cricket teams, all fours and other activities where our members can play and just lime.
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