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About SALISES

The Institute's history goes back to the early days of the University of the West Indies, with the formation of the Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) in 1948. ISER was established in advance of the faculty of Social Sciences in order to build a solid foundation of empirical data on the Caribbean region and functioned admirably in this capacity for some fifty years.

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Directors' Message

Prof. Aldrie Henry-Lee
Mona Campus

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Dr. Godfrey St. Bernard
St. Augustine Campus

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Prof. Don D. Marshall
Cave Hill Campus

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Our Research

SALISES is heir to a rich and distinguished history of research inherited from the work of the Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER), which was established at the birth of the University College of the West Indies in 1948. Among the outstanding scholars who were either affiliated to or worked closely with ISER were MG Smith, William Demas, Lloyd Braithwaite, RT Smith, George Cumper, Lloyd Best, CY Thomas, Kari Levitt and Havelock Brewster. Together and individually they were responsible for a range of theoretical interventions as well as empirical investigations that lay the foundations for contemporary social sciences in the Anglophone Caribbean. Further outstanding contributions to theory and research came from, among many others, Carleen O'Loughlin, Alister McIntyre, Joycelin Byrne (now Massiah), Vaughan Lewis, Norman Girvan, Eddie Green, Patrick Emmanuel (ISER Cave Hill), and Selwyn Ryan, Norma Abdullah and Jack Harewood (ISER St Augustine)

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In the News

SALISES Virtual Forum takes on Gender-based violence

Article published in UWI Today, Sunday, September 18, 2022

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Condolences to the family and friends of Ms. Neva South-Bourne, MPhil Social Policy Candidate

The SALISES Family would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the late Ms. Neva South-Bourne, former MPhil/PhD student at SALISES. She started the MPhil/PhD programme in...

Professor Don Marshall participated at the 9th Latin America and Caribbean Conference on Social Sciences

Professor Don Marshall participated on the panel ‘Understanding reality, designing policies: the role of the Social Sciences in addressing the aftermath of the pandemic’ at the 9th Latin America and...

Caribbean Court of Justice driving regional integration, says political scientist

Since the inception of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ), the appellate court has heard 232 cases of various types from the four countries, Dominica, Barbados, Guyana, and Belize, and 33 cases had been...

SALISES visited the Bishop Anstey High School (St Hilary's) to thank the students and teachers who participated in SALISES Sixth Formers' Webinar on the Life and Work of Sir Arthur Lewis

SALISES visited the Bishop Anstey High School (St Hilary's) to thank the students and teachers who participated in SALISES Sixth Formers' Webinar on the Life and Work of Sir Arthur Lewis. Dr. Godfrey St....

The W Arthur Lewis Page

The W Arthur Lewis Page provides a focal point for all those seeking information on Arthur Lewis and his work, and through which scholars can dialogue on the impact of his work. It provides links to online material on Lewis as well as references to other print and audio visual resources.

It includes an extensive list of his publications and commentaries on his work. Past Lewis events are documented and information is provided on planned events including those which are held annually. Contributions in the form of questions, comments or information about upcoming events are welcomed.

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Spotlight

Dr Kevin Williams

Kevin Williams is a Senior Research Fellow at the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies (SALISES). He spent several...

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