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Haitian Studies Association's 35th Annual Conference Program - Sessions Program
The Haitian Studies Association is seeking nominations for several 2023 awards. The Awards Committee is specifically interested in recognizing current and former members of the Haitian Studies Association.
The Michel-Rolph Trouillot Fund was started in 2012 to broaden participation in the Haitian Studies Association among academics, researchers, artists, intellectuals, and professionals who are based in Haiti and who do not have the possibility of traveling to the conference without financial assistance.Due to the current barriers to securing visas from the US Embassy, for 2023 the Michel-Rolph Trouillot award will temporarily prioritize Haitian scholars based in Haiti or studying abroad as international students who have a visa or are otherwise able to travel within or to the United States to participate in the conference.
The Emerging Scholars Committee of the Haitian Studies Association invites applications for the following 2023 awards. Award recipients will be honored at the 35th Annual HSA Conference in Atlanta, Georgia from October 5-8, 2023.HSA established the Student and Emerging Scholars’ fund during the 2006 conference. Since 2008, the HSA board has earmarked $1000 annually to support student research and participation in our annual conference.
In order to assist participants and attendees, we have put together this document to help you prepare. As we get more information we will update this document.
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Ayiti se tè glise illuminates the notion that Haiti is an eternally shifting landscape. Haitians continuously move within their nation and also migrate to diasporic spaces. This adage also alludes to conflicting paradigms for Haitians in and beyond Haiti as they negotiate various cultural identities and navigate their liminality (i.e. Haitian-American, Haitian-Canadian, Haitian-Bahamian, Haitian-Dominican, etc.).
The Haitian Studies Association provides a forum for the exchange and dissemination of ideas and knowledge in order to inform pedagogy, practice, and policy about Haiti in a global context.
Conference Program - Sessions Program
Call For 2023 HSA Award Nominations
Call for Michel-Rolph Trouillot Fund Applications (Sept. 15, 2023)
Call for Emerging Scholar Award Applications (Sept. 15, 2023)
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Journal of Haitian Studies Fall 2022 – Volume 28, Number 2
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