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NEW BOOK: Black Crown Henry Christophe, the Haitian Revolution and the Caribbean's Forgotten Kingdom

How did a man born enslaved on a plantation triumph over Napoleon’s invading troops and become king of the first free black nation in the Americas? Based on new archive research, this is first biography of Henry Christophe and the Kingdom of Haiti published in over 50 years.

Call for Proposals: Edited Volume, “Gender, body, and colonialism from a global perspective: ruptures and continuities in a long duration”

Call for Proposals: Edited Volume, Gender, body, and colonialism from a global perspective: ruptures and continuities in a long duration”

As a Child in Haiti, I Was Taught to Despise My Language and Myself, by Michel DEGRAFF

As a Child in Haiti, I Was Taught to Despise My Language and Myself

Oct. 14, 2022, 5:01 a.m. ET

Students on the first day of school in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.Credit...Hector Retamal/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

  • By Michel DeGraff

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