Dr. Jerome Teelucksingh

Senior Lecturer

Office Room Number: 323

St. Augustine

Trinidad and Tobago

Telephone: 868-662-2002 ext. 82026

Email: Jerome.Teelucksingh@sta.uwi.edu

Dr. Teelucksingh focuses on trade unionism in Trinidad and Tobago’s society. He teaches courses such as “The Caribbean World to 1660,” “Continuity and Change in 19th century Europe,” “The Foundations of the Americas,“ and “Conflict and Integration in Europe.” His books include Ideology, Politics, and Radicalism of the Afro-Caribbean, Secular, Scarred and Sacred: Beyond the Legacy of the Missionaries and East Indians: The Impact of the Presbyterian Church in the Caribbean and Rise and Fall of an Empire: A Progressive Caribbean. His research interests include masculinity and religion.


  • Ph.D. (UWI)
  • M.A. (Univ. Guelph)
  • B.A. (UWI)
  • Certificate in University Teaching and Learning (CUTL) (UWI)

Research Interests

  • The history of Afro-Caribbean activists and intellectuals
  • Indo-Caribbean Diaspora in North America
  • Pan-Africanism
  • Race, gender, and ethnic relations in the Caribbean
  • Labour history and the impact of Carnival and Calypso on Trinidad and Tobago’s society

Courses Taught

  • HIST 1001: The Caribbean World to AD 1660
  • HIST 1603: Foundations of the Americas
  • HIST 2005: Caribbean Economic History
  • HIST 3601: Capitalism and Slavery

Publications and Presentations

Dr. Jerome Teelucksingh- publications.pdf

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