Showing posts with label M'ap li ak ke kontan:The Twenty Most Widely Read Posts on "Haiti: Then and Now". Show all posts
Showing posts with label M'ap li ak ke kontan:The Twenty Most Widely Read Posts on "Haiti: Then and Now". Show all posts

Monday, August 11, 2014

M'ap li ak ke kontan:The Twenty Most Widely Read Posts on "Haiti: Then and Now"

Dear readers: We would like to share with you the twenty most widely read posts on "Haiti: Then and Now" during the months of June and July. Here's the list:



  1.  Haitian Intellectuals: Mis-educatedto be Enemies of the Haitian State by Pierre Justice Lubin
  2.  Dialogue on Being a Haitian Intellectual: ACritical Perspective by Pierre Justice Lubin
  3.  What Should it Mean to be Haitian in 2014 by Pascal Robert
  4.  Port-au-Prince en sept lieux by Jean-Marie Théodat 
  5.  Reading list and online resources on Haitian Vodou compiled by Celucien L. Joseph
  6.   L’enseignement supérieur et la recherche en Haïti: état des lieux et perspectives  by Jean-Marie Theodat  
  7.  “No One Thinks of Love When They Think of Haiti”:Dreaming of Love, Art, and Dyaspora and Rebuilding Post-Quake Haiti by Kantara Souffrant
  8.   "Haiti: Then and Now" Welcomes Colin Dayan!
  9.   Thinking in Public with the Haitian People by Celucien Joseph
  10.  The Crisis of the Gods: Haiti After Duvalier by Colin Dayan
  11. "Haiti: Then and Now" Welcomes Pierre "Justice" Lubin!
  12. The Haitian American (Part I) by Celucien L. Joseph  
  13. The Haitian American: The Haitian Experience in the Diaspora (Part II) by Celucien L. Joseph 
  14.  The Intersection of American Imperialism and Haitian Cabana Boy Politics by Pascal Robert
  15.  "FOCUS ON HAITI" with Dr. Bertin Louis 
  16.  Haiti’s pact with the devil? (Some Haitians believe this too) by Bertin M. Louis, Jr. 
  17.  ENVISIONING AND REMAKING HAITI: THE PAST AS FOUNDATION OF THE FUTURE by Asselin Charles
  18.  This Week's Discussion Forum: "On Being a Haitian Intellectual and a Cultural Critic"
  19.  Schallum E-Pierre interviews Rassoul Labuchin on Jacques Stephen Alexis
  20.  "Haiti: Then and Now" Welcomes Jean-Marie Dulix Théodat!