Saturday, June 10, 2017

Announcing "Haitian Thinkers in the Public Space: An Interview Series"

"Haitian Thinkers in the Public Space: An Interview Series"

Hello, Friends of Haiti and Readers of "Haiti: Then and Now (HTN)"

Haiti: Then and Now is pleased to announce a new interview series called "Haitian Thinkers in the Public Space." The goal of this series of conversation is to get to know Haitian and Haitian-descent thinkers, scholars, and professionals who have contributed to the discipline of Haitian studies and improved substantially to our understanding of the Haitian life and human condition in Haiti and the Haitian Diaspora. Equally, we are interested to know about their profession, scholarship, their perspective on Haiti, Haitian culture, Haitian politics, the current state of Haitian Studies, and life in the Haitian Diapora, etc. 

The interview will consist of six questions and no more than eight questions.

If you would like us (HTN) to interview a particular Haitian thinker, please leave the name of the person in the comment box or send us an email at haitithenandnow@gmail.com

To learn more about "Haiti: Then and Now," please click on the link below
http://www.haitithenandnowhtn.com/p/a-word-of-welcome-haiti…



 Dr. Bertin M. Louis, Jr., an Haitian-American anthropologist and Professor who teaches at the University of Tennessee, was the first one to be interviewed for this series. You can read about him by clicking on the link below:
http://www.haitithenandnowhtn.com/2017/05/haiti-then-and-now-interviews-dr-bertin.html



About Haiti: Then and Now
"Haiti: Then and Now" (HTN) is an online venue and platform composing of writers, cultural critics, intellectuals, artists, poets, historians, philosophers, etc. The goal of "Haiti: Then and Now" is twofold (1) to engage and reflect critically  on the human condition--past and present-- in Haiti and the Haitian experience in the Haitian Diaspora, by providing insightful  analysis and commentaries, and (2) to link the voices and ideas of Haitian thinkers in Haiti and the Haitian Diaspora."Haiti: Then and Now" promotes a politics of relationality, and an ethics of collaboration and reciprocity.

To learn more about "Haiti: Then and Now," please click on the link below
http://www.haitithenandnowhtn.com/p/a-word-of-welcome-haiti…


Sincerely,
Celucien L. Joseph, Ph.D.
Editor of "Haiti:Then and Now"
http://haitithenandnow.blogspot.com/
Assistant Professor of English
Indian River State College
Fort Pierce, Florida