Schuyler Esprit is the Founder and Director of Create Caribbean Research Institute, the first digital humanities center in the Caribbean. Her research areas of interest include Caribbean literary and cultural studies, environmental and ecological humanities, and digital humanities. In addition to her writing for several magazines, journals, and newspapers on topics related to Caribbean studies, Dr. Esprit writes and publishes on Caribbean literature, including on the impact of reading in communities in real and
virtual spaces. Dr. Esprit also teaches at The University of the West Indies and has worked at The UWI, Dominica State College, and other institutions in the United States in various roles of teaching and administration. Her book Imprinted: The Social History of Caribbean Reading is forthcoming with Papillote Press.