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Meditation for a Forgotten Past: Translating and Remembering Haiti’s Intellectual Legacy, Myriam J. A. Chancy

Introduction in honor of “Haiti and the Trans-Caribbean Literary Identity” / “Haití y la transcaribeñidad literaria” by Emilio Jorge Rodríguez (tr. María Teresa Ortega) St. Martin Book Fair, June 2, 2012. Dr. Chancy, who was born in Haiti, is Professor of English at the University of Cincinnati

Norman Girvan: Caribbean Political Economy
Thursday, June 21, 2012

There is a struggle to create a bridge of words that can explain the gulf between the heralded legacies of the Revolution  —  which scholars return to time and again with a fine-tooth comb, often with little interest in the descendants of the Revolution, ideological or living — and the continued perilous degrading state of the Haitian nation and the vast majority of its inhabitants…

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