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Thirteenth annual Eric E. Williams memorial lecture announcement for "Drugs and crime as problems without passports in t...
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Title: Thirteenth annual Eric E. Williams memorial lecture announcement for "Drugs and crime as problems without passports in the Caribbean: How secure is security and how sovereign is sovereignity".
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Language: English
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Publisher: African and African Diaspora Studies, School of International and Public Affairs, Florida International University
Publication Date: 2011
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Ivelaw Lloyd Griffith is Professor of Political Science and Provost and Senior Vice President at
York College of The Ciry University of New York. A specialist on Caribbean security, drugs, and crime
issues, he has written and edited a number of books on the subjects, including: Democracy and Human
Rights in the Caribbean (199-'), The Political Economy of Drugs in the Caribbean (2000), and
Caribbean Security in the Age of Terror (2004).
A native of Guyana, Professor Griffith has published more than 50 articles in various scholarly
journals and magazines, has been a consultant to Canada's Foreign Ministry, USAID, and other entities,
and has testified before the U.S. Congress on Caribbean security issues. He has been a Visiting Scholar
at the Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies (CHDS) in Washington, DC; the Royal Military College
of Canada; and the George Marshall European Center for Security Studies in Germany.
Previously Dr. Griffith was Associate Dean for Budget of the College of Arts and Sciences at FIU, Dean of The
Honors College at FIU, and Provost at Radford University in Virginia.

FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
Venue: Paul L. Cejas School of Architecture Room PCA 135
11200 SW 8th Street Miami, FL 33199
*Admission FREE and open to FIU Students and thepublic. Refreshments will be served both prior to andfollowing the Lecture.
Music supplied by SteelAway. Please be seated by 7:20p.m.
*Books by and about Eric Williams and Ivelaw Griffth will be availableforpurchase and signing.
For more information, please call (305) 348-4264 or (305) 271-7246
Co-Sponsored by FIU: College of Arts and Sciences, School of International and Public Affairs, Ruth K. and Shepard Broad International Lecture Series,
Honors College, Latin American and Caribbean Center, AADS Graduate Student Association, Council for Student Organizations,
Caribbean Students Association and Student Government Association
Directions: Take 1-95 North or South to 836 (Dolphin Expressway) West. Continue on 836 West to the NW 107th Avenue South exit.
Proceed on 107th Ave. to SW 8th Street. Turn right to 112th Ave, turn left into Florida International University and follow directional signs.
The Eric E. Williams Memorial Lecture at FIU depends solely on the generosity of its patrons. Contributions are welcome.















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