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"Nous l'avons gardée en nous, la tranche blanche": Rethinking the Time of the Haitian Flag in Jean F. Brierre's Le Drapeau de demain (1931)."
(Center for Black Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2017-09-30)
Since the 1980s, historians studying the Haitian flag have written a relatively thorough, if not altogether complete, account of its development.1 Much is known of the circumstances that preceded Dessalines's creation of ...
Caribbean Ethnobotany before Roumain : Eugène Nau’s Nineteenth-century Contribution to an Understanding of the “Indian Flora of Haiti”
(Caribbean Quarterly: a journal of Caribbean culture, 2017-11-08)
In 1942, following his return to Haiti after several years of political exile, Jacques Roumain (1907–1944), then Director of the newly-created Haitian Bureau of Ethnology, published a scientific essay on the “Pre-Colombian ...