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Tourism in Ayiti

Tourism in Ayiti

Haiti is dead. Long live Ayiti! Thanks to western media, Haiti is all about assassinations, political corruption, perpetual victims of natural disasters, a charity case, and always portrayed as the…

Dr. Kaiama Glover

Dr. Kaiama Glover Episode Notes A PDF version of this book is available for free in open access via the OAPEN Library platform (www. oapen. org). Historically and contemporarily, politically…

Dr. Vincent Joos

Dr. Vincent Joos Show Notes Did disaster capitalism help or hurt Haiti? In this series of episodes (2), Dr. Vincent Joos explores counter-productive aspects of disaster capitalism the failed international…

Sandra Wisner, JD

Sandra Wisner, JD Sandra Wisner is a senior staff lawyer with the Institute for Justice & Democracy in Haiti (IJDH), a U.S. human rights organization, working in partnership with the Haiti-based public interest…

Dr. Mimi Sheller

Dr. Mimi Sheller

Dr. Mimi Sheller Episode Description In Island Futures, Dr. Mimi Sheller delves into the ecological crises and reconstruction challenges affecting the entire Caribbean region during a time of climate catastrophe….

Dr. Alex Dupuy

Dr. Alex Dupuy

Dr. Alex Dupuy Episode Description This compelling book and author offer a comprehensive analysis of the struggle for democracy in Haiti, set in the context of the tumultuous rise and…

Dr. Greg Beckett

Dr. Greg Beckett

Dr. Greg Beckett Show Notes In this episode, we discuss a wide range of subjects: we do a deep dive into the ‘burning questions” that occupied Michel-Rolph Trouillot the anthropologist/historian….