TOC: Journal Of Haitian Studies (Issue 24.1)

Marlene Daut Discussion

JOHS VOLUME 24, NUMBER 1 2018

SOCIAL CHANGE THROUGH POLICY AND EDUCATION

Occupying Creole: The Crisis of Language under the US Occupation of Haiti

—Matthew Robertshaw

Biogas Program for Cooking in Haiti: Helping to Save Life, the Environment, and the Economy

—Ruolz Ariste

An Illustrated Approach to HPV and Cervical Cancer Education among Haitian Women

—Sonjia Kenya, BreAnne Young, Cassandra Rene, Tulay Koru-Sengul, and Olveen Carrasquillo

PRECOLONIAL STORIES, POSTCOLONIAL STRATEGY: SUBVERSIVE RETELLINGS OF AFRICAN AND TAÍNO NARRATIVES

Crossing the Atlantic: Bouqui and Malice, a Caribbean Counterpoetics

—Fatoumata Seck

"Rise Up through the Words": Postcolonial Haitian Uncoverings of Anacaona

—Olivia Tracy

RESEARCH NOTES

Kèk konsèy pou fasilite entegrasyon etidyan nan lavi entelèktyèl

—Pierre Minn

Entretien avec Makenzy Orcel, écrivain

—Alexis Chauchois et Gilles Glacet

"Masters of the Dew," 1938: A Story by Jacques Roumain

—Patti M. Marxsen

BOOK REVIEWS

Architextual Authenticity: Constructing Literature nd Literary Identity in the French Caribbean, by Jason Herbeck

—Annette K. Joseph-Gabriel

Cette charité qui tue. Haïti, l'aide internationale et les ONG, by Mark Schuller

—Odonel Pierre-Louis

Undead Uprising: Haiti, Horror, and the Zombie Complex, by John Cussans

—Lucy Swanson

Avant que les ombres s'effacent, by Louis-Philippe Dalembert; Rapatriés, by Néhémy Pierre-Dahomey

—Nathan H. Dize

L'Échec de l'aide internationale à Haïti: Dilemmes et égarements, by Ricardo Seitenfus, translated by Pascal Reuillard

—Pierre Minn

Visualizing Haiti in U.S. Culture, 1910–1950, by Lindsay J. Twa

—Jerry Philogene

Race, Reality, and Realpolitik: U.S.–Haiti Relations in the Lead Up to the 1915 Occupation, by Jeffrey Sommers

—Brandon Byrd

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