A wiki-project compiling information on the Haitian Revolution and Toussaint L’Ouverture:
“The mission of The Louverture Project is to collect as much information as possible about the Haitian revolution, to construct a narrative which provides context for that information, and to disseminate the collected knowledge as widely as possible.”
Explore: TLP:Community Portal – TLP
A list of accounts of the Bois Caïman ceremony, compiled by Ian Baucom and Laurent Dubois at Duke University for their course “The Black Atlantic.”
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A project by Alex Gil charting work on Aimé Césaire:
,”The following enumerative bibliography of critical commentary and scholarship on Aimé Césaire builds on and refines the Aimé Césaire Zotero Group collective bibliography. This bibliography is the largest of its kind in existence today. If you would like to contribute, please join the group and add your entry or entries, or contact me.”
Explore: Aimé Césaire and the Broken Record
Appendix: Table of Diaspora. Édouard Glissant, Caribbean Discourse: Selected Essays (University of Virginia Press, 1989). Translated by J. Michael Dash.
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Congratulations Marlene L. Daut on the launch of a new digital project – La Gazette Royale d’Hayti! Read more:
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Jessica Marie Johnson and Martha Jones discuss their Black Womanhood course on WYPR:
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Just Teach One covered Theresa: A Haytien Tale (1827).
Edited and introduced by Eric Gardner and Nicole Aljoe. TEI-encoded by Sarah Stanley. With contributions from Joycelyn Moody, Nicole Aljoe, Michael Dean, Adam Kotlarczyk, Brigitte Fielder, Ed White, Katy L. Chiles, Cassander L. Smith, Julie Buckner Armstrong, Britt Rusert, and Michelle Carrigan.
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A round-up of databases of runaway slave advertisements shared by Jessica Marie Johnson on Twitter. List (with additions from Twitters users) below the fold:
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