Pearls before Swine


Pearls, in the Parish of St. Andrew’s, Grenada, just up the road from the main town of Grenville, is a unique place that sits at the intersection of two of the main themes of my research career: the cultures and histories of Indigenous Peoples of the Caribbean, and the political economy of US imperialist interventions. Both of these strands come together, in one specific spot, like nowhere else: at the old runway—still very much intact—at what was once Pearls Airport. That airport is the subject of the photo essay that follows below....

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