About Exhibits

ECDA Exhibits are curated collections of early Caribbean materials, which offer new entryways into the archive. Each exhibit tells a story about the relationship between texts and images, linking geographies, genres, and print culture. Exhibits offer users a more comprehensive sense of the early Caribbean archive by showing the connections across materials.

Several of the ECDA exhibits are currently under construction. For a model of how we are using exhibits, see PhD student Alanna Prince's exhibit on Images from the Archive Or see David Medina's Exhibit on the El Requerimiento

Interested in authoring your own exhibit?

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Title page of Richard Ligon's A true & exact history of the island of Barbados, 1657.