About

The Jamaica Journal, the flagship publication of theInstitute of Jamaica and the Caribbean’s leading cultural publication on Jamaica’s heritage was first published in 1967 as a quarterly authoritative source on our heritage, contemporary culture and natural environment. Jamaica Journal’s coverage of a wide range of topics-history, literature, science and the arts commands the interest of the general reader.

The IOJ currently publishes two issues per year under the editorship of Dr. Kim Robinson. Articles for the Jamaica Journal are peer-reviewed by an academic multidisciplinary editorial team, a criterion for academic publications. As a consequence, it is a useful resource for students and researchers and this characteristic explains its presence in academic institutions and libraries internationally.

Subscription cards are available at the Institute ofJamaica and as inserts in each issue of the Journal.

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