Transnational Projections and Perceptions

Sweden and Haiti, 1791–1825: Revolutionary Reporting, Trade, and the Fall of Henry Christophe

Fredrik Thomasson

Staging the Nation through Art Music of the Haitian Diaspora

Diana Golden

Recovering, Recording, and Mobilizing History and Language

Femmes au temps des carnassiers: Dictatorship and Gender in Two Novels by Marie-Célie Agnant

Renée Larrier

An n bati lekòl tèt an wo: Lang manman, pedagoji ak teknoloji kòm engredyan fondal natal pou yon chanjman radikal

Michel DeGraff and Glenda S. Stump

Research Notes

An Interview with Contemporary Choreographer Jean Appolon on TRAKA, a Work in Progress

Danielle Legros Georges

Flore Zéphir nan entèvyou ak Michel DeGraff ansanm ak Jacques Pierre 

Michel DeGraff


Book Reviews

We Dream Together: Dominican Independence, Haiti, and the Fight for Caribbean Freedom, by Anne Eller

Yveline Alexis

Ghetto Biennale/Geto Byenale: 2009–2015, edited and compiled by Leah Gordon

LeGrace Benson

Haiti and the Uses of America: Post–U.S. Occupation Promises, by Chantalle F. Verna

Millery Polyné

Tropics of Haiti: Race and the Literary History of the Haitian Revolution in the Atlantic World, 1789–1865, by Marlene L. Daut

Angeletta K. M. Gourdine

The Memoirs of Toussaint and Isaac Louverture: Representing the Black Masculine Subject in Narratives of Mourning and Loss, by Arthur F. Saint-Aubin

John Saillant