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Below is a list of my most recent peer-reviewed, scholarly publications. For a full list of publications please see my CV on the About page.

Journal Articles

  • Rhiney, K. & Baptiste, A.K. (2019). Adapting to Climate Change in the Caribbean: Existential Threat or Development Crossroads? Caribbean Studies, 47 (2), 59 – 80. Doi:

  • Baptiste, A.K. & Devonish, H. (2019). The manifestation of climate injustices. The post-hurricane Irma conflicts surrounding Barbuda’s communal land tenure. Journal of Extreme Events, 6(1), 1 -17. doi: 10.1142/S2345737619400025

  • Devonish, H. & Baptiste, A.K. (2019). Life Masquerading as Art: An activist artist take on the environment-development debate. Anthurium – A Caribbean Studies Journal, 15(1), 1 – 14. Retrieved from

  • Smardon, R., Moran, S. & Baptiste, A.K. (2019). Revitalizing Urban Waterway's Community Greenspace: Streams of Environmental Justice. Proceedings of the Fábos Conference on Landscape and Greenway Planning, 6 , Article 19.

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Book Chapters

  • Baptiste, A.K. & Devonish, H. (2018). Dependency and underdevelopment: Antigua, Barbuda and Hurricane Irma. In Beckford, C. (ed.), The Contemporary Caribbean: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities (pp. 159 – 186). Nova Science Publishers: Hauppauge, NY

  • Baptiste, A.K. (2016). Of Starving Horses and Growing Grass: Resilience versus Dependency in a Caribbean Fishing Community. In Godfrey, P. & Torres, D. (eds), Emergent possibilities for global sustainability (pp. 70 – 83). New York, NY: Routledge

  • Baptiste, A.K. (2016). Factors Influencing Perceptions of Climate Change among Caribbean Coastal Artisanal Fishers: Case Study of Old Harbour Bay, Jamaica. In Beckford, C. & Rhiney, K. (eds)., Globalization, Climate Change, Food and Agriculture in the Caribbean: Climate change, gender and geography (pp. 243 – 264).

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