Day 24 in Haitian Heritage Month: The “Indemnity” of 1825: The Haitian Receipts, by Celucien JOSEPH

Day 24 in Haitian Heritage Month: The “Indemnity” of 1825: The Haitian Receipts

May 25, 2022 Dr. Celucien Joseph 

Day 24 in Haitian Heritage Month: The “Indemnity” of 1825: The Haitian Receipts

Rançon française: New York Times a rendu un service important en estimant les pertes d'Haïti entre 21 et 115 milliards de dollars, estime Jonathan M. Katz

Rançon française :  New York Times a rendu un service important en estimant les pertes d'Haïti entre 21 et 115 milliards de dollars, estime Jonathan M. Katz

Ex-correspond de l'Associated Press en Haïti, auteur de deux ouvrages, The Big Truck That Went By : How the World Came to Save Haiti and Left Behind a Disaster, qui traite du tremblement de terre de 2010, et, plus récemment, de Gangsters of Capitalism : Smedley Butler, the Marines, and the Making and Breaking of America's Empire,  Jonathan M Katz partage son analyse de la série d’articles du New York Times.

Book Announcement | New Political Culture in the Caribbean

Published by the University of the West Indies Press, New Political Culture in the Caribbean, co-edited by Holger Henke (Independent scholar) and Fred Reno (Universite des Antilles), is a completely new edition of their 2003 work Modern Political Culture in the Caribbean.  In the book, the editors and authors revisit some of the themes in Caribbean political culture explored some eighteen years earlier.  The quality of political discourse - in terms of its content and forms of presentation - has significantly shifted over the first decades of the twenty-first century, and the

Book Talk: The Creole Archipelago: Race and Borders in the Colonial Caribbean

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The Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Chicago presents

Book Talk: The Creole Archipelago: Race and Borders in the Colonial Caribbean

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

12:30–1:30pm CDT

Zoom Webinar

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