Book Publications by Dr. Lennox Honychurch
The Caribbean People. Three Volumes, Textbooks for Caribbean
Schools, Published: Thomas Nelson & Sons,U.K. 1979,1980,1981. New
Editions 1995. Buy
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Caribbean Landmarks - Historic events and sites. Published: Thomas
Nelson & Sons,UK, 1986.
Our Island Culture. Published: Dominica Cultural Council, 1982,1988.
Taste of Nature Island Cooking: Dominican Cuisine Macmillan
Education; October 30, 1998.
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Recent Articles by Dr. Lennox Honychurch
The Tale of Two Churches
The destruction of the two historic Roman Catholic churches at Portsmouth and Vieille Case by the earthquake on the morning of 21 November 2004 has removed two significant landmarks from the existing architectural heritage of Dominica. More...
IT HAS HAPPENED BEFORE
Past Earthquake activvity in Dominica. More...
Watermills of Dominica
The technology for which Dominica was once really famous was its big water-powered mills that were used for crushing sugar cane and later limes. More...
Fighting mud at D'leau Gommier
The Public Works Department and engineers of the Ministry of Communication and Works have been battling away on a section of road at D'Leau Gommier at the centre of the Transinsular Road across the island. More...
Library conditions and solutions
Next year, that same building into which the computer literate Dominican students of the 21st century now cram themselves, will be one hundred years old. More...
Lectures & Publications
A sample of those delivered during period September 1993 - July 1995
while on graduate course at St. Hugh's College and the Institute of
Social and Cultural Anthropology (Anthropology and Museum Ethnography)
University of Oxford.
24 November 1993 - "Historic
Architecture of the Caribbean" (Illustrated with slides) to the
Oxford University Architectural Society.
8 November 1994 - "Islanders
before Columbus: an Introduction to Caribbean Archaeology" (with
slides) to the Oxford University Archaeological Society.
6 December 1994 - "Dominica
and The Literary Imagination" (with slides) at the Centre of
West African Studies , University of Birmingham.
20 January 1995 - "Language
for Liberation: Caribbean French Creole and the Negotiation of Power"
at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of
30 January 1995 - "Language
as Tool, Language as Symbol : A Study of French Creole" at the
Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London.
1 April 1995 - "The Royal
Navy in the Caribbean" (with slides) for the Open Museum Programme
of the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich.
6 April 1995 - "Cultural
Activism and Community Development in the Caribbean" (with slides)
at the Centre for Development Studies, University of Wales Swansea.
10 May 1995 - "First People
- Last Islands: Survival of pre-columbian canoes and maritime routes
in the Eastern Caribbean" (with slides) to the Friends of the
Pitt Rivers Museum at the Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford.
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