Enduring Questions, New Methods: Haitian Studies in the 21st Century"

Thursday, April 12, 2018 4:00 PM
Minor Hall, Room 110

ENDURING QUESTIONS, NEW METHODS: HAITIAN STUDIES IN THE 21ST CENTURY

Please join our colleagues in English, French, Haitian Kreyòl, History, and Latin American Studies as we rethink challenges and opportunities for research and teaching in Haitian Studies. The full program is below. For more information on sessions and topics, please visit http://enduringquestions.net.

THURSDAY, 12 APRIL

4:00-5:30PM, Minor Hall 110 – Haiti and the Digital Humanities

Nathan H. Dize, Julia Gaffield,  Marlene L. Daut
– moderated by Kaiama L. Glover

5:45PM, Clark 107 – Welcome Remarks 
Deborah McDowell

6:00-7:30PM – Building Programs for Haitian Studies in the United States

Cécile Accilien, Laurent Dubois, Claudine Michel, Jean Eddy Saint-Paul
– moderated by Robert Fatton, Jr.

7:30PM – Reception

FRIDAY, 13 APRIL

9:30-11:00AM, Minor Hall 110 – Politics and Intellectual History

Jean Casimir, Sara Johnson, Délide Joseph, Matthew Smith
– moderated by Marlene L. Daut

COFFEE

11:15AM-12:30PM – Translating Haitian Literature

Kaiama L. Glover, Deborah Jenson, Nadève Ménard
– moderated by Njelle Hamilton

LUNCH

2:00-3:30PM  – Thinking Vodou: Faith, the Archive, the Law

Kyrah Malika Daniels, Colin Dayan, Christina Mobley, Kate Ramsey
–moderated by Gina Athena Ulysse

COFFEE

3:45-5:00PM – Haitian Kreyòl

Michel DeGraff, Mariana Past, Jacques Pierre
– moderated by Christina Mobley

5:00-5:30PM Closing Remarks