Andrea N. Baldwin
- Black Feminism, Black Feminist Pedagogy
- Caribbean Feminism
- Transnational Feminism
- NWSA WOC Leadership Project
- Sociology Community Conversations Committee
- Steering Committee Ujima LLC
- Barbados Bar Association
- Ph.D. in Gender and Development Studies, Nita Barrow Unit Institute for Gender and Development Studies, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Barbados
- MSc. in International Trade Policy, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Barbados
- Bachelors of Law (LLB), University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Barbados
- Legal Education Certificate (LEC) Hugh Wooding Law School, St. Augustine Trinidad
Awards and Honors
Connecticut College Student Government Association John S. King Excellence in Teaching Award 2018
Brown University fellow 2010
Edited Books – book chapters
Baldwin, Andrea. "Moving Forward and Looking Back: Transnational Feminist Spaces - Margins, Methods and Modalities." Outside In: Voices from the Margins of Academe, edited by Barbara Baker and Joyce de Vries.
Baldwin, Andrea and Marva Cossy. "Troubling Our Intersections: A Caribbean Feminist Methodology as Resistance Approach." Practices of Resistance in the Caribbean: Narratives, Aesthetics and Politics (InterAmerican Research: Contact, Communication, Conflict), edited by Wiebke Beushausen, Miriam Brandel, Joseph Farquharson, Marius Littschwager, Annika McPherson, and Julia Roth, Routledge, 2018, pp. 194-214.
Baldwin, Andrea and Raven Johnson. "Black Women’s Co-Mentoring Relationships as Resistance to Marginalization at a PWI." Black Women’s Pedagogies & Praxes, edited by Olivia Perlow, Palgrave MacMillan, 2017, pp. 125–140.
Baldwin, Andrea and Olivia Smith. "The Future of Solar Water Heaters in Barbados: Market Expansion or Product Innovation?" Caribbean Competitiveness Through Global Value Chains: Selected Industry Case Studies for Caribbean Countries, edited by Indera Sagewan-Alli, University of the West Indies Press, 2016, pp. 151–166.
Baldwin, Andrea. "The Alienating and Creative Power of Love in Heterosexual Relationships: The Case of Barbados." Gender, Love and Intimacy, edited by Angie Knaggs and Silke Frischmuth, Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2014, pp. 101–112.
Baldwin, Andrea. "Caring for those we care about: The alienating power of love in Anglophone Caribbean middle class, heterosexual relationships." Doing Gender, Doing Love: Interdisciplinary Voices, edited by Serena Petrella, Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2014, pp. 123–149.
Baldwin, Andrea Natasha and Mortley, Natasha K. "Reassessing Caribbean Migration: Love, Power and (Re)Building in the Diaspora." Journal of International Women Studies, vol. 17, no. 3, 2016, pp. 164–176. http://vc.bridgew.edu/jiws/vol17/iss3/14/
Baldwin, Andrea. (2013). "Feminist Aliens, Memoirs from the Margins: A Caribbean 'Feminist's' Experience in Western Feminism." Theoretical Practice, vol. 10, no. 4, 2013, pp. 17–40. http://numery.praktykateoretyczna.pl/PT_nr10_2013_Epistemologie_feministyczne/PT10_2013_Epistemologie_feministyczne.pdf
Baldwin, Andrea. The Business of Agriculture in the Caribbean: Past, Present and Future. Institute for Caribbean Studies, 2014.