Dr. Keino Senior
Dr. Senior has authored several peer-reviewed journal articles and research projects, a few of which are “Enhancing Gender Visibility in Climate Change and Disaster Risk Management: A Jamaican Assessment, commissioned by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) as part of the Caribbean Risk Management Initiative (CRMI) and “Abortion and the Law: Moral or Immoral?”, presented at the Abortion Law Society Norman Manley Law School.
Dr. Senior holds a Ph.D. in Gender and Development Studies from the University of the West Indies.
Dr. Anthea P. Octave
Director of Studies (Acting)
Dr. Octave holds a BA (Hons) in Theatre Arts and Carnival Studies and was awarded a Ph.D. in Cultural Studies. Her Ph.D. dissertation examined the Flower Festivals and the Christmas Masquerade Tradition, theorizing on the specific mechanisms of cultural survival, and made a case for policies and practices regarding preservation, transmission, and retention to begin with understanding the organic processes that have secured the meaningful continuity of the cultural traditions.