Born and brought up in India ANNIE PAUL has lived in Jamaica since 1988 and is a writer and critic based at the University of the West Indies, Mona, where she is head of the Publications Section at the Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies. Managing editor of the journal Social and Economic Studies, Paul is the recipient of a grant from the Prince Claus Fund (Netherlands) in support of her book project on visual art and popular culture in postcolonial Jamaica. She was one of the founding editors of Small Axe (of which she remains an associate editor) and the original Caribbean Review of Books; she has been published in international journals and magazines such as Slavery & Abolition, Economic and Political Weekly, Art Journal, South Atlantic Quarterly, Wasafiri, Callaloo, and Bomb. Paul has also been a contributor to the GZTriennale, Documenta11; the AICA 2000 International Congress & Symposium at the Tate Gallery of Modern Art, Bankside, London; Meridien Masterpieces, BBC World Service; Dialogos Iberoamericanos (Valencia, Spain) and to forums sponsored by inIVA (Institute of International Visual Art, London).
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