Land and the Struggle for Autonomy: Development, Decolonization, and the Counter-plantation

“A Fossilized Utopia”? Debates over Foreign Landownership in Haiti, 1830s–1870s

Anne Eller

Black Atlantic Republicans and the Limits of the Plantation

Jean-Marc Pruit

Finding a New Path Forward: Historical and Literary Models for Constructing Better Futures

The Political Project of Marie Sainte Dédée Bazile (Défilée): Reappropriating This Heritage to Build the Present

Sabine Lamour

Non-anthropocentric Ecologies in Jacques Stephen Alexis’s Romancero aux étoiles and Yanick Lahens’s Bain de lune

D. A. Vivian

Book Reviews

A New World Begins: The History of the French Revolution, by Jeremy D. Popkin
Rethinking the Haitian Revolution: Slavery, Independence, and the Struggle for Recognition, by Alex Dupuy
The Haitians: A Decolonial History, by Jean Casimir, translated by Laurent Dubois
The Guise of Exceptionalism: Unmasking the National Narratives of Haiti and the United States, by Robert Fatton Jr.

—Reviewed by Chelsea Stieber

Teaching Haiti: Strategies for Creating New Narratives, edited by Cécile Accilien and Valérie K. Orlando

—Reviewed by Darlène Dubuisson

Urban Dwellings, Haitian Citizenships: Housing, Memory, and Daily Life in Haiti, by Vincent Joos

—Reviewed by Chelsey L. Kivland