Holger Henke

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Holger Henke "is Assistant Provost at York College (CUNY). His teaching and research interests include various aspects of international relations, (international) political economy, migration, “race” relations and (political) culture. A fellow of Harvard’s Salzburg Seminar and Senior Fellow of the Caribbean Research Center (Medgar Evers College, CUNY), Dr. Henke has published numerous articles in academic journals and magazines such as Latin American Perspectives, Cultural Critique, European Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Australian Journal of International Affairs, International Studies, Social Epistemology, Social & Economic Studies, Ideaz, and others. As author and (co-)editor he has published six books: Between Dependency and Self-Determination: Jamaica’s Foreign Relations 1972-1989 (University of the West Indies Press 2000); The West Indian Americans (Greenwood Press 2001); The End of the “Asian Model”? (John Benjamins Publishers 2000); Modern Political Culture in the Caribbean (University of the West Indies Press 2003); Crossing Over: Comparing Recent Migration in the United States and Europe (Lexington Books 2005); and most recently Constructing Vernacular Culture in the Trans-Caribbean (Lexington Books 2008). He is currently preparing a book manuscript on modern philosophies in Latin American and the Caribbean. In addition, Dr. Henke serves as the editor of migration studies journal Wadabagei: A Journal of the Caribbean and its Diasporas. He also currently serves as Vice-President (2009-2010) of the Caribbean Studies Association." [1]

Henke "was the 2002 Rockefeller Fellow at the Institute for Research on the African Diapora in the Americas and the Caribbean (IRADAC) and is a senior fellow of the Caribbean Research Center (Medgar Evers College - CUNY), where he has previously worked as Assistant Director...

"In addition, Dr. Henke - a Fellow of the Salzburg Seminar". [2]

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  1. Senior Research Fellows, Council on Hemispheric Affairs, accessed April 13, 2010.
  2. Article, Annual Conference of the Caribbean Studies Association, accessed December 17, 2007.