Dylan Kerrigan is a lecturer in Anthropology and Political Sociology at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine. He is particularly concerned with power, the shifts that occur and how society adjusts or transforms as a result. Born to a Trinidadian mother and Scottish father in London, Dylan has made Trinidad his home for 15 of the last 20 years.
He is the holder of a PhD from American University in Washington and a Masters from Goldsmiths College, University of London. He presently writes a regular opinion column for the Trinidad Guardian. His most recent published works include research on the relationship between white collar crime and everyday corruption in the national landscape.
Dylan’s investigative writings have also been included in the collections, Gangs of the Caribbean and In the Fires of Hope, publications that explore historical changes in society.