Volume 26, Number 2 (Fall 2020)

Currents of Influence in Haitian Religious Practice

The Blood of a Pig Has No Power: Lame Selès and the Spirit-Filled History of the Haitian Revolution

Lenny J. Lowe

Celtic Origins of Bosou Twa Kòn: Creolization and Appropriation of the Three-Horned Bull in Haitian Vodou

Tom Berendt

Local and Global Community Mobilizations

“We Know How to Work Together”: Konbit, Protest, and the Rejection of  INGO Bureaucratic Dominance

Darlène Elizabeth Dubuisson

Rodney Saint-Éloi, Mémoire d’Encrier, and the Utopia of “Living-Together”

Bonnie Thomas

Intimacy, Ambiguity, and Dissidence: Literary Representations of Haiti under Duvalierism

Kettly Mars’s Saisons sauvages: Perverse States, Racial Erotics

F. Joseph Sepúlveda

L’Haïti métaphorique de Frankétienne :  Un Écosystème engagé et spiraliste

Genevieve Waite

Research Note

Research Articles Focusing on Haitians: A Review of Published Quantitative and Qualitative Research Data

Theresa Alphonse, Juanita Barnett, Balkys Bivins, Marie Etienne, Magdaleina Joseph, Thamy Junis, Guerda Nicolas, Judith Seme, & Candice Sternberg

Book Reviews

Deadly River: Cholera and Cover-Up in Post-earthquake Haiti, by Ralph R. Frerichs

Natasha Joseph

Madan Sara, directed by Etant Dupain

Ella Turenne

Une Soirée haïtienne, edited by Thomas C. Spear

Hugues Saint-Fort

Le Précepteur du Prince-Royal Victor-Henry, by William Wilson, translated by Marie-Thérèse Chenet and Lucienne Zennie

LeGrace Benson

Haiti’s Paper War: Post-independence Writing, Civil War, and the Making of the Republic, 1804–1954, by Chelsea Stieber

James J. Fisher