1st Annual AADS Humanities Afternoon - Haiti and her Dyaspora: The Politics of Aesthetics and the Aesthetics of Politics
African and African Diaspora Humanities Afternoon
"Haiti and her Dyaspora: The Politics of Aesthetics and the Aesthetics of Politics"
Introduction by Jean Muteba Rahier
Dr. Jean Jonassaint, Syracuse University; Dr. Evelyn Cartright, Barry University; Dr. Charles Asselin, Mount Olive College; also featuring Haitian authors Marie Celie Agnant and Lionnel Trouillot and Haitian American photographer Noelle Theard
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