February 6, 2018
Director, Development Studies Undergraduate Concentration
Visiting Professor of International and Public Affairs
Patsy Lewis is Professor of Regional Integration and Small States Development at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica. She is currently a Visiting Professor and Faculty Fellow of the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, Brown University and Director of the Development Studies Program. She is a graduate of Cambridge University (Mphil, PhD.) and the University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica (BA).
Lewis' research has focused on Caribbean regionalism, especially the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), small states development, in particular international trade and its effects on their economies, social policy and security concerns.
Patsy Lewis, ‘Brexit: Implications for CARICOM’s Cohesion’, in Peter Clegg (ed.), Brexit and the Commonwealth. Special Issue of The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs. October/November 2016.
Patsy Lewis, Gary Williams, Peter Clegg (eds.), Grenada: Revolution and Invasion. (University of the West Indies Press: Jamaica, Barbados, Trinidad and Tobago), October 2015.
Kristen Lowitt, Arlette Saint Ville, Patsy Lewis, Gordon Hickey (eds.) (October 2015), Global change and food security: The special case of small island developing states. Regional Environmental Change, Vol. 15, Issue 7.
Patsy Lewis (2015), ‘¿Adónde va la integración caribeña? Refundiendo los cimientos de un nuevo proyecto de integración’, in El Caribe: independencia, identidad e integración. Coordinado por: Jacqueline Laguardia Martínez, Ciencias Sociales, Ruth CASA Editorial. La Habana.
Patsy Lewis and C Kirton (2015), 'Migration and Remittances in Development: A Study of Jamaica', Chapter 7 in Khonje, WH (ed.), Migration and Development: Lessons from Small States, Commonwealth Secretariat, London.
Claremont Kirton and Patsy Lewis (2015), 'Guyana Country Case Study', Chapter 5 in Khonje, W.H. (ed.), Migration and Development: Lessons from Small States, Commonwealth Secretariat, London.
Jessica Byron and Patsy Lewis (2015), ‘Sovereignty/Vulnerability/Development Dilemmas: Small Territories and Regional Organizations in the Caribbean’, in Danielle PERROT (dir.), Collectivités territoriales et organisations régionales - de l'indifférence à l'interaction (Territorial Collectivities and Regional Organizations: From Indifference to Interaction). Paris, L'Harmattan, Collection GRALE 2014, 481 pages, ISBN 978-2-343-05111-6.
DEVL 1803 R Bringing Small States in: How and why they matter
DEVL 1700 Beyond sun, sea and sand: exploring the contemporary Caribbean
DEVL 1980 Thesis Writing Seminar (Fall 2017)
February 6, 2018
September 13, 2017 Fortune
Patsy Lewis, Director of the Development Studies undergrad program, in Fortune, "The U.S., given its close proximity and long history of engagement with the region, is well-placed to take the lead.
June 24, 2016
On June 23rd, 2016, Britain voted to leave the European Union, and Prime Minister David Cameron resigned.
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