EMERGING SCHOLARS AWARD (2019)
The Haitian Studies Association (HSA) established the Student and Emerging Scholars’ fund in 2006. Since 2008, the HSA board has earmarked $1000 annually to support student research and participation in our annual conference. Two scholarships ($500 each) may be applied toward travel and accommodation expenses incurred while attending an HSA conference and/or presenting a specific research project concerning Haiti and/or the Haitian diaspora.
31st Annual Conference Call for Papers
Haitian Studies has evolved over the past thirty years from a small group of dedicated scholars, mostly in the humanities, to a robust interdisciplinary association ready to broaden its horizons, address unique challenges and embrace new opportunities. This year we will go to the largest public university in the Sunshine State, home to the largest Haitian Diaspora. We envision a large scope of discussions that will allow us not only to reflect on these important historical Diasporic ties and their socio-economic implications but also explore the tracks of tropical storms and hurricanes that bind our destinies.
30èm Konferans Anyèl – Apèl Pou Prezantasyon
Se pou rezon sa, Asosyasyon Etid Ayisyien a mande presantasyon ki angaje nan tèm 30èm anivèsè nou: Rasanblaj! Nan 29èm konferans anyèl nou an nan Nouvèl Oleyan, antwopològ Gina Athena Ulysse te chwazi mo “RASANBLAJ” pou li te reflechi tout kalite fason save ki fè rechèch sou Ayiti ka egzaminen zak regroupman, rasanbleman, kopilasyon antanke pwojè, metòd ak pratik ki patiklye nan Etid Ayisyen ak nan travay ekspresif atistik ayisyen.
30th Annual Conference Call for Papers
The 2018 conference theme calls for presentations on the search for knowledge on and about Haiti, and the work of creation and innovation that advances the field of Haitian Studies through new modes of production and data collection in the sciences, the arts, and humanities. We welcome proposals for individual papers and panels, exhibits, performances, and work products that represent the political, economic, cultural, artistic, educational, historical, environmental, literary, and scientific dimensions of the field of Haitian Studies.
29th Annual Conference Call for Papers
The formation of Haiti as a sovereign state and the emergence and evolution of its people and its culture have followed a complex route. Since the birth of the nation of Haiti, multiple hierarchies and interconnected systems of oppression and exclusion have engendered structural inequities with respect to Haitian citizenship.
Submit your proposal for the 29th Annual Conference
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