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VOLUME 19, ISSUE 3

Haiti in a Globalized Frame

Editors: Roger Célestin and Eliane DalMolin
Guest Co-Editors: Charles Forsdick, Mark Humphries, and Martin Munro

June 2015

Editors’ Introduction

 

 

Articles
Eliana Vagalau
JEAN-CLAUDE CHARLES: CHALLENGING THE NOTION OF GLOBAL LITERATURE OR THE ABSENT MAN WHO WALKS
Paul B. Miller
“IL ACCEPTAIT SON NOUVEL ÉTAT AVEC PHILOSPHIE”: DEPESTRE, CUBA, AND POPULAR EXPRESSION
Marie-Denise Shelton
LE « CLOS » ET L’ « OUVERT » OU L’UNIVERSEL AU CŒUR DU PARTICULIER
Christopher Garland
HOLLYWOOD’S HAITI: ALLEGORY, CRISIS, AND INTERVENTION IN THE SERPENT AND THE RAINBOW AND WHITE ZOMBIE
Toni Pressley-Sanon
THE FIGHT FOR THE NATION IN ARNOLD ANTONIN’S ZOMBI CANDIDAT À LA PRÉSIDENCE . . . OU LES AMOURS D’UN ZOMBI
John Patrick Walsh
THE GLOBAL FRAME OF HAITI IN YANICK LAHENS’ FAILLES
Colin Dayan
IN HAITI, AUGUST 2011
Robyn Cope
WRITING HAITI GLOBAL: FOOD AND FASCISM IN EDWIDGE DANTICAT’S THE FARMING OF BONES
Charles Forsdick
TOUSSAINT LOUVERTURE IN A GLOBALIZED FRAME: READING THE REVOLUTIONARY AS ICON
Jerry Philogene
LENELLE MOÏSE: POSTSCRIPT, SWIMMING IN THE WATERS OF ENDEZO
Patricia J. Saunders
LOST IN TRANSLATION?: GENDER, POWER, AND TASTE IN DANY LAFERRIÈRE’S LE GOÛT DES JEUNES FILLES