Glyne Griffith Interview:
Bethany Gonyea interviews Glyne Griffith, Albany Peace Proejct volunteer meditation Leader. Glyne is a SUNY Albany Professor of Caribbean Literature and Latin American Studies who has been meditating for about a year.
(Today’s Meditation is below this video)
Day 5 Meditation Led by Glyne Griffith:
(Learn more about Glyne below the video)
More about Glyne Griffith:
Glyne Griffith is jointly appointed in the Department of English and the Department of Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S. Latino Studies at the State University of NY at Albany. He taught previously at the University of the West Indies (Cave Hill Campus, Barbados) and at Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. His research focuses on anglophone Caribbean literature in the context of the region’s history of colonialism and empire, and on the literary history of the anglophone Caribbean.
His scholarly publications include Deconstruction, Imperialism, and the West Indian Novel (1996) and the editions, Caribbean Cultural Identities (2001) and Color, Hair, and Bone: Race in the 21st Century (2008), co-edited with Linden Lewis.
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