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Mawonaj / Marronage / Maroonage:
Haitian Studies as a Space of Refuge, Resistance, and Freedom
October 6 – 8, 2022
Howard University – Washington, D.C.
The Haitian Studies Association (HSA) is seeking a Digital Fellow to help expand and develop the Association’s digital platforms.
The Haitian Studies Association (HSA) is pleased to announce the creation of a space for discussion and exchange dedicated primarily to emerging researchers. If you have a research project in progress or have completed your first major research project within the last two years, you are invited to present your research, your proposal, or preliminary results, or the methodological, epistemological, and ethical challenges in your experience as an emerging researcher.
Thursday, June 23, 2022 - 2:00 PM
The Emerging Scholars Committee of the Haitian Studies Association (HSA) invite you to participate in our series of mentorship activities where we will reflect on key topics and issues for emerging scholars.
In June, we will discuss research in the contemporary moment including questions of ethics, methods, and logistics.
The moderated discussion will be bilingual (English/Haitian Creole) without translation and followed by language-specific and disciplinary affinity break out groups.
"Haiti, like most Caribbean countries, faces a growing energy crisis due to the increasing costs of fossil fuels and the lack of indigenous domestic energy supplies. Biofuels are increasingly considered as alternatives to fossil fuels to power modern societies, but they carry their own negative environmental impacts and limitations..."
Members of the Haitian Studies Association receive our journal, the Journal of Haitian Studies. Current members can log in here to read the current year’s issues electronically.
You can read all current and past announcements here.
Last year the H.S.A. piloted Working Sessions, to great enthusiasm from our members. The five live webinars from three Working Sessions were well attended, and generated interest to keep this series of bottom-up interdisciplinary spaces going. This year we are excited to present the following three working groups.
Mark Schuller, President of H.S.A.
33rd Annual Conference "Nou La Pi Rèd Toujou! Embodying a New Praxis" held in October 21-23, 2021 (online).
The Haitian Studies Association supports scholarship on Haiti and provides a forum for the exchange and dissemination of ideas and knowledge in order to inform pedagogy, practice, and policy about Haiti in an international community.
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34th Annual Conference – Call for Papers
Call for HSA Digital Fellow
Announcing the Emerging Scholars Café
Emerging Scholars Roundtable: Research in the Contemporary Moment
The Energy Potential of Marine Macroalgae in Haiti
Spring 2021 Issue of JoHS is available for download!
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