H-Net Reviews Weekly Report for H-Announce: 6 March - 13 March

The following reviews were posted to the H-Net Commons between
06 Mar 2023 and 13 Mar 2023.

Reviewed for H-Italy by Valeria Deplano
   Bonazza, Giulia.  _Abolitionism and the Persistence of Slavery in
   Italian States, 1750-1850_.  Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019.  xxv
   + 227 pp.  $99.99, ISBN 978-3-030-01348-6.
Review - http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id=57084

Reviewed for H-Haiti by Nadège Clitandre

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.

How Do Historians and Journalists Write History? A Response to the NYT on Haiti

Guest post from Feeding the Elephant: A Forum for Scholarly Communications.

Guest post by Courtney Pierre Joseph, assistant professor of history and African American studies at Lake Forest College; Matthew Miller, senior reporter at MLive; and Ryan Huey.

Vodou Probably Isn’t What You Think, by Nadege GREEN

Vodou Probably Isn’t What You Think

The religion has been maligned for much of its history. But some Haitian Americans are reclaiming the narrative through their own journeys with spirituality.

By Nadege Green

Alain Pierre-Louis (far right) leads a ceremony for the Vodou lwa Agwe in Miami. (Woosler Delisfort)

The depiction of the second presidency of Jean-Betrand Aristide: An Open Letter to the New York Times Regarding Haiti

The depiction of the second presidency of Jean-Betrand Aristide

An Open Letter to the New York Times Regarding Haiti

8 JUNE 2022

By journalists who covered Haïti during the 2001 to 2004 era

Submitted to AlterPresse on June 4, 2022

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