Oral is an emerging scholar who recently obtained his PhD from the University of Saskatchewan in Sociology. He is currently working as a Lecturer in the Department of Sociology at the University of British Columbia, where he teaches Research Methods, Race and Ethnic Inequality and Sociology of the Families. He also served as Sessional Lecturer the University of Saskatchewan. His research interests include: migration, Caribbean societies, identities, development, race relations, culture and education. Oral’s PhD thesis examined how Caribbean migrants’ identities form within a supranational context. He continues to work on this project as well as on a University of Saskatchewan’s President Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (PSSHRC) funded project, examining intercultural relations among international students in the Canada.