ANN: New Issue of Journal of Haitian Studies Available

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New Issue of Journal of Haitian Studies Available

 
CONTENTS OF ISSUE:

MECHANISMS OF REPRESSION AND REFORM

Lang nan pwodiksyon sosyete ayisyen an : Istorik, fòs pouvwa ak konsyantizasyon

—Lefranc Joseph

Toward a Decentralized Haitian State: The Promises and Shortcomings of the Post-Duvalier Constitution of 1987

—Vanessa L. Deane

SUBJECTIVITY AND SEXUALITY: REBELLIONS AGAINST THE COLONIAL ORDER

Black Women beyond Scandal

—Nathalie Batraville

Voice, Gaze, and Community in Marie Vieux-Chauvet’s Dance on the Volcano

—Ibis Sierra Audivert

ACTIVISM, BELONGING, AND NATION BUILDING AMONG HAITIAN IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES

All Work Is Cultural Work: Paid Labor and Cultural Citizenship

—Nikita Carney

Race, Nation, or Community? Political Strategy and Identity-Making within the Transnational Haitian Diaspora in Miami’s “Little Haiti”

—Jamella N. Gow

APPLYING HAITIAN STUDIES IN THE CLASSROOM

Comment enseigner le film documentaire sur Haïti ?  L’Exemple d’Assistance mortelle de Raoul Peck                            

—Françoise Cévaër

BOOK REVIEWS

Alleviative Objects: Intersectional Entanglement and Progressive Racism in Caribbean Art, by David Frohnapfel

—Carlo A. Célius

Island Futures: Caribbean Survival in the Anthropocene, by Mimi Sheller

—John Patrick Walsh

Haiti and the American Military Occupation (1915–1934), by Raoul B. Altidor

American Imperialism’s Undead: The Occupation of Haiti and the Rise of Caribbean Anticolonialism, by Raphael Dalleo

—Celucien L. Joseph

Istwa across the Water: Haitian History, Memory, and the Cultural Imagination, by Toni Pressley-Sanon

—Angela Watkins