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Review of Men Sa Lanme Di by Arnold Antonin

Men Sa Lanme Di (Ainsi Parla la Mer) (So Spoke the Sea), a short by the wonderful Arnold Antonin, is a meditation on and by Mother Ocean. The title echoes that of the celebrated noiriste, Jean Price Mars’ ethnographic study, … Continue reading

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CFP: Between Two Worlds: Jean-Price Mars, Haiti, and Africa

Between Two Worlds: Jean Price-Mars, Haiti, and Africa Edited by Celucien L. Joseph, PhD Jean Price-Mars (1876 – 1969), Haitian physician, ethnographer, diplomat, educator, historian, politician, was a towering intellectual in Haitian history and cultural studies, and a Pan Africanist … Continue reading

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Happy Haitian Independence Day!

Soup Joumou Recipe

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Announcement! New Book: The Haitian Peasantry through Oral and Written Literature: Roumain, Alexis, Endore, Carpentier and Fountain

My book, The Haitian Peasantry through Oral and Written Literature: Roumain, Alexis, Endore, Carpentier, and Fountain has just been published with Caribbean Studies Press!! Continue reading

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CFP: Transnational Hispaniola III, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, March 17-19, 2016: Kreyol, Spanish, English

ISPANYOLA TRANSNASYONAL III: TEYORI AN PRATIK PÒTOPRENS, AYITI. 17-19 MAS 2016 Tèm kòlòk la an jeneral: Relasyon transfwontyè epi binasyonal ant pèp ayisyen epi pèp dominiken yo te toujou ekziste, epi yo kontinye ekziste.  Toulede kominote yo pataje yon reyalite … Continue reading

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CFP Extended: Raoul Peck Anthology

The critically acclaimed filmmaker, Raoul Peck, has a long and impressive filmography that includes both feature films such as Haitian Corner (1987-88), L’homme sur les quais (The Man by the Shore) (1993) and Moloch Tropical  (2009) and documentaries, like Lumumba, … Continue reading

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Haitian art exhibit in Montreal

Press Release Espace les neuf sœurs is proud to invite you to the opening of an exhibit highlighting the work of Haiti’s master artisans entitled “HAITI: MAKING THE MAGIC WORK,” on Friday, September 24th, from 5:30 to 10 pm. The … Continue reading

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Job opening in Haiti: Program Coordinator – Kanpe Foundation in Thomond

Job opening in Haiti:  Program Coordinator – Kanpe Foundation in Thomond For more details please go online/ Ang: http://www.kanpe.org/job-opening-on-the-field-in-haiti.html Pour plus d’information veuillez consulter en ligne: Francais: http://www.kanpe.org/ouverture-de-poste-sur-le-terrain-en-haiti.html

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Job Opening: Director, Office of University Partnerships (OUP) for Haiti

Office of University Partnerships (OUP) for Haiti Job Announcement: Director The tragic earthquake of January 12, 2010, devastated the Haitian education system, including its institutions of higher education.  Even before the earthquake, the Haitian university system suffered from extremely low … Continue reading

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CFP: Haiti Culture Code: An International Call for Papers-Submit by September 2010

An International Call for Papers on Rebuilding Post-Disaster Haiti: Architecture and Cultural Identity. Subject: Haiti Culture Code: An International Call for Papers Dear Humanities Scholars: Several days after the Haiti Earthquake, January 2010, many minority architects and designers asked,” What … Continue reading

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