“Haiti Then and Now”: The Most Widely Read Interviews of 2021

“Haiti Then and Now”: The Most Widely Read Interviews of 2021

Hello Fans and Readers: It is our pleasure to announce the most widely-read interviews of 2021, which we conducted for “Haiti Then and Now” (HTN) during the year 2021, as part of our series of conversations entitled “Haitian/Haitianist Thinkers in the Public Space: An Interview Series.”


We hope you will take the time to read, reread them, and even share them with the people in your circle. We also hope you will find them inspiring, empowering, and informative as we continue “to engage and reflect critically on the human condition–past, present, and future– in Haiti and the Haitian experience in the Haitian Diaspora.”

1. “Haiti Then and Now”: Conversation avec Dr.  Jhon Byron (Parts 1 & 2):
https://haitithenandnow.wordpress.com/2021/11/24/haiti-then-and-now-conversation-avec-dr-jhon-picard-byron-premiere-partie/

2. “Haiti Then and Now” Interviews Professor Lewis Ampidu Clorméus (published both in French and English):
https://haitithenandnow.wordpress.com/2021/08/07/haiti-then-and-now-interviews-professor-lewis-ampidu-clormeus/

3. “Haiti Then and Now” Interviews Professor Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall :
https://haitithenandnow.wordpress.com/2021/03/01/haiti-then-and-now-interviews-professor-alyssa-goldstein-sepinwall/

4. “Haiti Then and Now”: Conversation avec Dre Sabine Lamour  (published both in French and English):
https://haitithenandnow.wordpress.com/2021/01/06/haiti-then-and-now-conversation-avec-dre-sabine-lamour/

5. “Haiti Then and Now” Interviews Dr. Tammie Jenkins:

We look forward to interviewing more thinkers and scholars in the new year 2022 and keeping you informed about what’s going on in the world of Haitian Studies and academia.

Happy reading!
Bonne lecture!

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