Haiti-History,Society and Culture

No prerequisites. Taught in English. The past two hundred years have taken Haiti from pariah state to failed state. Haiti is loved or despised because it is seen as absolutely different. Haiti is indeed different but its difference is historical and not inherent. Its revolutionary origins so challenged the prejudices of its time that Haiti has been conspicuously consigned to the margins of modern history. This course is an introduction to key issues in Haitian society, history and culture and provides an overview of the political changes that have made a relatively isolated, national culture increasingly diasporic and transnational.

Course Information

FREN-UA 833

Undergraduate

4 Points

Term Section Instructor Schedule Location

Fall 2017

1
Jean Michael Dash
TR: 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM 25W4 C-13