Mapping, Colonialism and the Making of Southern Belize

  • Mapping, Colonialism and the Making of Southern Belize

THE FIRST OF MANY TO COME

On Friday, 3 November 2017, the Belize Archives and Records Service invited Professor Joel Wainwright to kick start their lecture series in Punta Gorda Town, Belize. The goal is to bring greater awareness to the rich collections that are housed at this valuable institution in capital City of Belmopan.

PROF. JOEL WAINWRIGHT

Prof. Wainwright is a well published geographer whose works aims to understand the struggle of the subaltern and to develop collective solutions for a more just and free society. His work in Belize began in the early 1990’s.

LISTEN TO THE LECTURE

Photographs by Rolando Cocom, copyright National Institute of Culture and History. Permission is granted for educational use.

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Belize History Association
Secretariat, Institute for Social and Cultural Research (ISCR)
National Institute of Culture and History (NICH)
Mountain View Blvd,
Belmopan City,
Belize

(T) 822-3307 (F) 822-3815
bha.belize@gmail.com

The BHA was established under the auspices of the National Institute of Culture and History and is supported by the Belize Archives & Records Service, Ministry of Education, Youth, Sports, and Culture, and Ministry of Foreign Affairs.