"The Incessant Common Wind," By Brandon R. Byrd (Vanderbilt University)

Check out the most recent addition to the Forum in Honor of Julius S. Scott: 

The Incessant Common Wind
By Brandon R. Byrd (Vanderbilt University)

(This post is adapted from remarks made at a plenary session, held in honor of Julius S. Scott’s The Common Wind, at the African American Intellectual History Society’s 4th Annual Conference)

New H-Haiti Blog Post: J’essaie de vous parler de ma patrie by Jacques Viau Renaud, a “Haiti in Translation” interview with Sophie Maríñez, Amaury Rodríguez, and Raj Chetty (By Siobhan Marie Meï & Nathan H. Dize)

J’essaie de vous parler de ma patrie by Jacques Viau Renaud, a “Haiti in Translation” interview with Sophie Maríñez, Amaury Rodríguez, and Raj Chetty

 

By Siobhan Marie Meï & Nathan H. Dize

 

J’essaie de vous parler de ma patrie by Jacques Viau Renaud, a “Haiti in Translation” interview with Sophie Maríñez, Amaury Rodríguez, and Raj Chetty (By Siobhan Marie Meï & Nathan H. Dize)

H-Haiti Blog

J’essaie de vous parler de ma patrie by Jacques Viau Renaud, a “Haiti in Translation” interview with Sophie Maríñez, Amaury Rodríguez, and Raj Chetty

"A revolutionary legacy: Haiti and Toussaint Louverture, Room 3, British Museum, 22 February – 22 April 2018," by Tabitha McIntosh

 

A revolutionary legacy: Haiti and Toussaint Louverture, Room 3, British Museum, 22 February – 22 April 2018

 
 by Tabitha McIntosh
 

Room Three of the British Museum is the first exhibition space that visitors encounter as they enter the building.

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