The Team

Pat Noxolo

Pat Noxolo is a senior lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Birmingham, UK.  Her research interests are in Caribbean and Black British culture, particularly literature and dance.  She is CARICUK’s lead researcher.  She is also chair of the Society for Caribbean Studies, co-editor of Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, and secretary of the RACE group of the Royal Geographical Society.

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Pat Noxolo

Pat Noxolo is a senior lecturer in Human Geography at the University of Birmingham, UK.  Her research interests are in Caribbean and Black British culture, particularly literature and dance.  She is CARICUK’s lead researcher.  She is also chair of the Society for Caribbean Studies, co-editor of Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, and secretary of the RACE group of the Royal Geographical Society.

Tia-Monique Uzor

Tia-Monique Uzor is a part-time postdoctoral research fellow for CARICUK. Tia-Monique completed her PhD in Dance Studies at De Montfort University, and is currently also a part-time postdoctoral research fellow in Dance History at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London.

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Tia-Monique Uzor

Tia-Monique Uzor is a part-time postdoctoral research fellow for CARICUK. Tia-Monique completed her PhD in Dance Studies at De Montfort University, and is currently also a part-time postdoctoral research fellow in Dance History at Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London.

Rita Gayle

Rita Gayle is a part-time research associate for CARICUK. She is currently also an AHRC-funded PhD student in the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham, researching Black British Feminist Creative Collectives.

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Rita Gayle

Rita Gayle is a part-time research associate for CARICUK. She is currently also an AHRC-funded PhD student in the School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham, researching Black British Feminist Creative Collectives.