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Freedom in the Black Diaspora: A Resource Guide for Ayiti Reimagined

Freedom in the Black Diaspora: A Resource Guide for Ayiti Reimagined

This research guide answers a recent call to action in Haitian studies to engage historical sources in centering Haitian cultural and historical contributions to Black liberation movements in the United States and Latin America.

https://guides.loc.gov/haiti-reimagined/introduction

Julius S. Scott, author of 'The Common Wind,' dies at 66

Julius S. Scott, author of 'The Common Wind,' dies at 66

By Hillel Italie | AP

NEW YORK — Julius S. Scott, a groundbreaking scholar of slavery and Atlantic history who wove together stories of Black rebellion for a doctoral thesis once likened to “an underground mix-tape” and for the acclaimed 2018 book “The Common Wind,” has died. He was 66.

RSVP for Responsive Roots: Vodou Beats Across the Waters, a virtual conversation about Haitian Vodou inspirations and the roots of musical responses to social upheaval

 

RSVP for Responsive Roots: Vodou Beats Across the Waters, a virtual conversation about Haitian Vodou inspirations and the roots of musical responses to social upheaval

You’re invited to Responsive Roots: Vodou Beats Across the Waters, a virtual conversation about Haitian Vodou inspirations and the roots of musical responses to social upheaval on Tuesday, December 7, at 10AM ET.

Hodson Trust - John Carter Brown Fellowship (four months, $20,000 + housing)

The Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience and the John Carter Brown Library invite applications for the Hodson Trust - John Carter Brown Fellowship, a unique research and writing fellowship. The Hodson Trust - John Carter Brown Fellowship supports work by academics, independent scholars and writers working on significant projects relating to the literature, history, culture, or art of the Americas before 1830. Candidates with a U.S.

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