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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 ...
Could You Repeat That ? A Guide to Oral Corrective Feedback in the Language Learning Classroom and Beyond
The primary purpose of this guide is to provide language professors, instructors, and teaching assistants with the knowledge of a range of corrective feedback types they can use to correct the mistakes in the speech of ...