Winston F. Phulgence, a Historical Anthropologist with the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College in Sant Lucia. He holds a BA in History from the University of the West Indies and an MA in Anthropology from the University of Florida where, as a Fulbright scholar he focused on Caribbean Prehistory and Heritage Management. He completed a PhD in Archaeology at the University of York in the United Kingdom where he was a Marie Curie research fellow from 2012 to 2015. His thesis was a comparative study of monuments to commemorate slavery in the regions involved in transatlantic slavery and slave trade. His research interests include the commemoration of slavery and its legacies and the development of plantation heritage across the contemporary Caribbean and has published several papers and book chapters. His is currently the Administrative Dean of Academic Programs at the Sir Arthur Lewis Community College and is also the President of the Saint Lucia Archaeological & Historical Society.