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  • Where the Dream Ends

    Where the Dream Ends

    by José Alcántara Almánzar

    Editors: Lizabeth Paravisini-Gebert & Cecilia Graña-Rosa Translator: Lizabeth Paravisin-Gebert“The short stories of José Alcántara Almánzar are an ideal point of entry into the… $24.50
  • Fluid Spirits

    Fluid Spirits

    by Diana Espírito Santo

    Fluid SpiritsCosmology andChange inContemporaryBrazilian Umbanda Umbanda is an urban 20th-century phenomenon, often described in the literature as Brazil’s first “… $29.95
  • The Colour of Shadows / Images of Caribbean Slavery

    The Colour of Shadows / Images of Caribbean Slavery

    by Judy Raymond

    The colour of Shadows / Images of Caribbean Slavery This imaginative book throws new light on the closing years of Caribbean slavery and the lives of enslaved people of Africa… $24.50
  • Rire Haitien/Haitian Laughter: Les Lodyans de Georges Anglade

    Rire Haitien/Haitian Laughter: Les Lodyans de Georges Anglade

    by Georges Anglade

    A Mosaic of Ninety Miniatures in French and English, translated from the French by Anne Pease McConnell. Haitian Laughter is constructed around the lodyans, a narrative genre that … $49.50
  • The Caribbean Woman Writer as Scholar / Creating, Imagining, Theorizing

    The Caribbean Woman Writer as Scholar / Creating, Imagining, Theorizing

    by Edited by Keshia N. Abraham with a Preface by Carole Boyce Davies

    What does it mean to be a Caribbean woman writer? Shall I write about being from the Caribbean or about being a woman?...And in what ways am I to differentiate being a writer from … $40.00
  • Immigration and Politics in the Caribbean: Japanese and Other Immigrants in the Dominican Republic

    Immigration and Politics in the Caribbean: Japanese and Other Immigrants in the Dominican Republic

    by Valentina Peguero

    A revealing study of 20th century immigration and racial politics in the Dominican Republic. The little known settlements of Japanese immigrants in the Dominican Republic are the b… $24.50
  • Vodou Brooklyn: Five Ceremonies with Mambo Marie Carmel

    Vodou Brooklyn: Five Ceremonies with Mambo Marie Carmel

    by Stephanie Keith

    This book is an intimate portrayal of a Haitian immigrant Vodou priestess. Color photographs and text document the young Mambo presiding over five distinct Vodou ceremonies held in… $35.00
  • Revolutionary Freedoms: A history of Survival, Strong and Imagination in Haiti

    Revolutionary Freedoms: A history of Survival, Strong and Imagination in Haiti

    by Cécile Accilien, Jessica Adams and Elmide Méléance

    This new perspective on Haitian history features essays that augment the historical paintings of renowned contemporary Haitian-American artist, Ulrick Jean-Pierre. Poet, playwright… $40.00
  • Memoir of an Amnesiac

    Memoir of an Amnesiac

    by Jan J. Dominique

    Memoir of an Amnesiac Jan j. Dominique translated by Irline François with a Foreword by Edwidge Danticat. Now available in English, this remarkable narrative of exile, loss,… $19.50
  • Haiti and the American Military Occupation

    Haiti and the American Military Occupation

    by Raoul Bourdeau Altidor

    Consistent American intervention and imperialist foreign policy has cast a long shadow over the development and geopolitical context of the Caribbean and Latin America. In order to… $45.50
  • Jacques Roumain: A Life Of Resistance

    Jacques Roumain: A Life Of Resistance

    by Patti M. Marxsen

    This biography of Haitian public intellectual and writer, Jacques Roumain (1907–1944), explores his brief life within the context of his times—the American Occupation of Haiti, the… $35.00
  • The Man Who Brought Jazz to Haiti: The Story Of Issa El Saieh

    The Man Who Brought Jazz to Haiti: The Story Of Issa El Saieh

    by Mats Lundahl

    388 pp. 6x9 in. © 2019 Cidihca, © 2019 Educa Vision. Cat. #: B1556 ISBN: 9782894544617  $39.50
  • MANGO IN HAITI: LONG ON PROMISE, SHORT ON DELIVERY

    MANGO IN HAITI: LONG ON PROMISE, SHORT ON DELIVERY

    Author: KATARINA KAHLMANN And MATS LUNDAHLOnce a leading exporter of valuable commodities such as coffee, sugar and cocoa. Haiti now barely produces enough food to feed its own pop… $24.50
  • FORT DIMANCHE

    FORT DIMANCHE

    by Bernard Diederich

    FORT DIMANCHE a représenté sous la dictature des Duvalier, dans les salines au nord de la capitale, la pire et la plus effroyable destination pour les Haïtiens. … $19.50
  • Investigations autour du site historique du Bois Caïman

    Investigations autour du site historique du Bois Caïman

    by Rachel Beauvoir-Dominique

    Traiter du Bois Caïman est aborder un enchevêtrement complexe où les sphères religieuse, culturelle, politique et économique s’allient organiq… $45.50
  • Pouvoir Noir En Haïti

    Pouvoir Noir En Haïti

    by Frantz Voltaire

    Il s'est passé quelque chose en Haïti, au mois de janvier 1946: le peuple dans les rues, les chars, la clameur, l'armée; sinon tout le pays mais dans les grandes villes, les consci… $45.50
  • Dictionnaire Historique De La Révolution Haïtienne

    Dictionnaire Historique De La Révolution Haïtienne

    by Claude Moïse

    Le Dictionnaire Historique de la Révolution Haïtienne (DHRH) englobe la crise générale de la société coloniale esclavagiste de Saint Domingue, avec comme point de départ la Révolut… $49.50
  • Et Haïti découvrit le jazz: L’Histoire De Issa El Saieh

    Et Haïti découvrit le jazz: L’Histoire De Issa El Saieh

    by Mats Lundahl

    462 pp. 6x9 in. © 2019 Cidihca, © 2019 Educa Vision. Cat. #: B1553 ISBN: 9782894543504   $39.50