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May 2024: A Feminist Reading of the “Crisis” (May 20, 2024)

This panel engages the recent political events in Haiti from a perspective that centers the voices, experiences, and analyses of women. It also recognizes the interlocking systems of oppression and the ways in which they are manifested in the current crisis. The panel offers a feminist reading of the current conjuncture, its historical roots, and its geopolitical significance.

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H.S.A.’s 36th Annual Conference – Call for Papers (May 15, 2024)

For our 36th annual conference, the HSA invites contributions that consider the explicit and implicit ways that hegemonic and marginalized genders or sexualities operate in research and activism across disciplines, temporalities, and geographies.

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Journal of Haitian Studies Spring 2023 – Volume 29, Number 1

SPECIAL ISSUE ON THE ENVIRONMENT
Guest Editors: Rebecca Dirksen and Lois Wilcken

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HSA Emerging Scholars: The Mapou: Peer Support Groups

THE MAPOU: PEER RASIN GROUPS seeks to hold space for any member of HSA to have the opportunity to build professional relationships that foster community, accountability, and career advancement/discernment. Mapou participants commit to joining a year-long rasin group that meets twice a semester and once in the summer (five total). Mapou meetings are structured around a set of questions that help move professionals toward the program goals of building intentional community, creating accountability, and supporting professional advancement. 

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