Stanley H. Grifﬁn was born in Barbados, but grew up around the Caribbean, which greatly inﬂuenced his love for Caribbean history, people and culture. Stanley holds a BA (Hons.) in History, and a PhD in Cultural Studies (with High Commendation), UWI, and an MSc in Archives and Records Management (Int’l), University of Dundee, Scotland. Stanley is Senior Lecturer, Archival and Information Studies in the Department of Library and Information Studies, UWI Mona Campus, where he coordinates the archives and records management programme. Stanley’s research interests include Multiculturalism in Antigua and the Eastern Caribbean, the Cultural Dynamics of intra-Caribbean migrations, Archives in the constructs of Caribbean Culture, and Community Archives in the Caribbean. His most recent publications include Decolonizing the Caribbean Record: An Archives Reader (Litwin, 2018), and Archiving Caribbean Identity: Records, Community, Memory (Routledge, 2022) co-edited works with Jeannette Bastian and John Aarons, several book chapters and journal articles on Caribbean archival and cultural issues. Stanley is active on the executive of several academic, heritage, and archival professional societies, has peer-reviewed for The Caribbean Journal of Education; Archival Science: International Journal on Recorded Information; Archivaria: Journal of the Association of Canadian Archivists; The Black Scholar: Journal of Black Studies and Research as well as Archives and Records, and is a member of the Editorial Board of The International Journal of Information, Diversity, & Inclusion.