To celebrate our One Year Anniversary, we would like to inform you readers and friends of HTN that we have acquired our own internet domain:
We have converted from a blog to a domain. Check it out and let us know what you think.
Haiti: Then and Now: Web Statistics (provided by Google/Blogger)
Celucien L. Joseph, PhD
Editor of "Haiti: Then and Now" (HTN)
"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.
The task of our Contributors
Our contributors will write critical, interdisciplinary, and reflexive online blog posts, reflections, commentaries, and opinions; hence, they will comment on major or pressing issues affecting the everyday life of the Haitian people.
The five-fold objectives that underscores the philosophy of "Haiti: Then and Now" are as follows:
1) diagnose the problem;
2) critique the present condition;
3) foster change and transformation through deep thinking;
4) propose new solutions and come up with new plans, ideas, methods, strategies to alter the present Haitian reality.
5) create new future possibilities and foster a new vision of life and humanity.
If you are interested, send us a brief bio and an amazing picture of yourself so that we can add you to the list of our contributors. Drop us an email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Blog posts are welcome in English, French, Creole, Spanish, etc.
* One does not have to be a Haitian to be a contributor or join the team; however, we do ask that you are familiar with or at least interested in the Haitian narrative and the Haitian experience, both in Haiti and the Haitian Diaspora.