Journal of Haitian Studies
Journal of Haitian Studies Special Issue – Call for Papers (Apr. 15, 2023)
This special issue emerges from the Sexualities Working Group of the Haitian Studies Association, a group of Haitian and U.S. American scholars and practitioners who have, since 2015 in different configurations, mobilized in coalition toward the rights to live creatively for Haitian LGBTQ/M-community, Vodouyizan, and all those who do not conform to sexual/gendered norms. Responding to a call made by our Haitian activist interlocutors to support their on-the-ground endeavors through increased dissemination of research on the construction and performance of genders and sexualities in Haiti, the editorial collective hopes this special issue will document, share, and collectivize mutual commitments to bolstering the work of queer crusaders and all those who dare to live creatively in Haiti and its diasporas.
Journal of Haitian Studies Fall 2022 – Volume 28, Number 2
HISTORIES OF EXCHANGE AND CONTESTATION
REIMAGINING LIBERATION: RESISTANCE STRATEGIES PAST AND PRESENT
INDIVIDUAL AGENCY, STRUCTURAL INEQUALITY
Journal of Haitian Studies Spring 2022 – Volume 28, Number 1
LAND AND THE STRUGGLE FOR AUTONOMY: DEVELOPMENT, DECOLONIZATION, AND THE COUNTER-PLANTATION
FINDING A NEW PATH FORWARD: HISTORICAL AND LITERARY MODELS FOR CONSTRUCTING BETTER FUTURES
Journal of Haitian Studies Fall 2021 – Volume 27, Number 2
MEMORY AND TEMPORALITY IN HAITIAN LITERATURE
HAITI’S INTERNATIONAL IMPACT
REALISM AND REALITY: CONSTRUCTING THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
Journal of Haitian Studies Spring 2021 – Volume 27, Number 1
MECHANISMS OF REPRESSION AND REFORM
SUBJECTIVITY AND SEXUALITY: REBELLIONS AGAINST THE COLONIAL ORDER
ACTIVISM, BELONGING, AND NATION BUILDING AMONG HAITIAN IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES
APPLYING HAITIAN STUDIES IN THE CLASSROOM
Letter from the editors of the Journal of Haitian Studies
We write to provide some important announcements regarding the Journal of Haitian Studies (JOHS), which you are entitled to receive as part of your membership, and apologize for the delays in producing and distributing recent issues.
As for everyone, the past year has been difficult for the journal. In addition to the challenges posed by the COVID crisis, which has heavily impacted our staff, editorial board, contributors, and reviewers, we underwent a departmental reorganization that resulted in a complicated transition as the journal moved to a different research unit. These factors, together with the ongoing closure of our campus offices, posed significant disruptions to our operations throughout the year. We apologize for any problems caused by the resulting delays, especially for those of you who submitted articles to us.
Journal of Haitian Studies Fall 2020 – Volume 26, Number 2
CURRENTS OF INFLUENCE IN HAITIAN RELIGIOUS PRACTICE
LOCAL AND GLOBAL COMMUNITY MOBILIZATIONS
INTIMACY, AMBIGUITY, AND DISSIDENCE: LITERARY REPRESENTATIONS OF HAITI UNDER DUVALIERISM
Journal of Haitian Studies – Call for Submissions
Globally we are confronted by a precariously changing climate—in ecological, political, economic, and spiritual terms. Few places face more immediate and profound consequences than Haiti: amid presently unfolding political and economic turmoil, the Global Climate Risk Index has repeatedly ranked the country as among the most vulnerable nations in the world to the effects of extreme weather events related to climate change (e.g., Eckstein, Künzel, and Schäfer 2017).
Journal of Haitian Studies Spring 2020 – Volume 26, Number 1
CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE 1930S–1950S: INNOVATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS
RHETORICAL STRUCTURES OF DEHUMANIZATION AND RESISTANCE