Books and Other Publications

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A. Books

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Below, you will find a number of scholarly articles and essays I have written. All can be accessed online for free. Happy reading!

B. Articles/Essays, Translations, and Book Reviews.

1. “The Rhetoric of Prayer: Dutty Boukman, The Discourse of “Freedom from Below,” and the Politics of God,” Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion 2:9 (June 2011):1-33.
2. “The Religious Imagination and Ideas of Jean Price-Mars (Part 1),” Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion 2:14 (December 2011):1-31.
3. “’The Haitian Turn’: Haiti, the Black Atlantic, and Black Transnational Consciousness” (Thesis Abstract) West Africa Review (January 2012).
4. “Faith, Secular Humanism, and Development: A Reading of Jacques Roumain’s Religious Sensibility and Marxist Rhetoric,” Journal of Postcolonial Networks, Volume 3 ( May 2013):1-50
5. “’The Haitian Turn’: An Appraisal of Recent Literary and Historiographical Works on the Haitian Revolution,” The Journal of Pan African Studies, 5:6 (September 2012):37-55
6. “Memory, the Spirit of the Revolution, and Slave Religion: The Representation of the Haitian Revolution in Langston Hughes’s Emperor of Haiti,Journal of Postcolonial Theory and Theology 4:1 (April 2013): 1-35
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“Toward a Politico-Theology of Relationality: Justice as Solidarity and the Poor in Aristide’s Theological Imagination,” Toronto School of Theology 30: 2 (December 2014): 269-300.

Theology Today Volume 70: 3 ( October 2013): 323-350.
8. “The Religious Philosophy of Jean Price-Mars”, Journal of Black Studies 43(6) 620–645
9. “The Problem of and Impossibility of Vodou in the Writings of Dantes Bellegarde,” The Journal of Pan African Studies 6:8 (March 2014):1-24.
10. “Prophetic Religion, Violence, and Black Freedom: Reading Makandal’s Project of Black Liberation through A Fanonian postcolonial lens of decolonization and theory of revolutionary humanism,” Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion 3:4 (August 2012):1-30.
11. “Anténor Firmin, the ‘Egyptian Question’ and Afrocentric Imagination,The Journal of Pan African Studies 7:2 (October 2014):1-53.
12. “Homage to Anténor Firmin (1850-1911) Haitian Egyptologist” by Thèophile Obenga. Translated by Celucien L. Joseph. The Journal of Pan African Studies 7:2 (October 2014):1-19.

13.  “Introduction, Rethinking Wole Soyinka: 80 Years of Protracted Engagement,The Journal of Pan African Studies, vol.8, no. 5 September 2015), 1-12.

14. “The Arrogance of Faith and Religious Imperialism: Soyinka’s Radical Theistic Humanism and Generous Tolerance,”The Journal of Pan African Studies, vol.8, no. 5 September 2015), 19-63.

15. “Wole Soyinka: Chronology and Selected Bibliography,”  The Journal of Pan African Studies, vol.8, no. 5 September 2015), 190-195.

16. Special Guest Editor Wole Soyinka: 80 Years of Protracted Engagement,The Journal of Pan African Studies, vol.8, no. 5 September 2015), 1-195.

17. “Prophetic Religion, Violence, and Black Freedom: Reading Makandal’s Project of Black Liberation through A Fanonian postcolonial lens of decolonization and theory of revolutionary humanism,” Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion 3:4 (August 2012):1-30.

18. “Toward a Politico-Theology of Relationality: Justice as Solidarity and the Poor in Aristide’s Theological Imagination,” Toronto School of Theology 30: 2 (December 2014): 269-300.

19. “‘Shipwreck of Faith: The Religious Vision and Ideas of Wole Soyinka,Toronto School of Theology (November 2016)

20. “Redefining Cultural, National, and Religious Identity: The Christian-Vodouist Dialogue?”  Theology Today, 2016, Vol. 73(3) 241–262.

21. “On Intellectual Reparations: Hegel, Franklin Tavarès, Susan Buck-Morss, Revolutionary Haiti, and Caribbean Philosophical Association,” Africology: Journal of Pan African Studies, vol 9, no 7/9, (2016):167-175.

C. Encyclopedia Entry

• “African American Episcopal Church”  (Multicultural America, 2013)
• “Afrocentrism” (Multicultural America, 2013) on Afrocentrism
• “Du Bois’ Souls of Black Folk” (Multicultural America, 2013)
• “Haitian-Americans” (Encyclopedia of Human Services and Diversity edited by Linwood H. Cousins, J. Geoffrey Golson, forthcoming 2014)

D. Op-Ed in the Media

1. Op-Ed: “Interpreting Haiti’s Revolution” (Caribbean Journal)
2. Op-Ed: “Haiti’s Intellectual History” (Caribbean Journal)
3. Op-Ed: “From Toussaint to Price-Mars: Reflections on Haiti’s Intellectual History” (The JSF-Post)
E. Book Reviews

1. The Spirits and the Law: Vodou and Power in Haiti by Kate Ramsey; from Journal of Haitian Studies, Vol. 18, No. 2 (2012)
2. Carnival and National Identity in the Poetry of Afrocubanismo by Thomas S Anderson, Callaloo 36 (2) (2013): 498-500
3. Divine Discontent: The Religious Imagination of WEB Du Bois by Jonathon S. Kahn, Callaloo 35 (2) (2012): 537-541
4. Africa Writes Back: The African Writers Series & the Launch of African Literature by James Currey, Callaloo 33 (1) (2010): 359-361
5. Universal Emancipation: The Haitian Revolution and the Radical Enlightenment by Nick Nesbitt, Callaloo 33 (4) (2010): 1132-1134
6. The Gospel of John and Christian Theology by Richard Bauckham & Carl Mosser (Grand Rapids: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2008). Themelios 35:1 (2010): 1-3.
7. Race: A Theological Account by J. Kameron Carter (New York: Oxford UP, 2008). Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion 1: 1 (2010): 1-5.
8. Coming Together in the 21st Century: The Bible’s Message in an Age of Diversity by Paul DeYoung Curtiss (Valley Forge: Judson Press, 2009). Review of Biblical Literature 9/2010 (2010): 1-5
9. Artists, Performers, and Black Masculinity in the Haitian Diaspora by Jana Evans Braziel (Bloomington: UP, 2008). The Journal of Haitian Studies 15:1 & 2 (2009):365-369.
10. Magnifying God in Christ: A Summary of New Testament Theology by Thomas R. Schreiner (Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2010). Stone-Campbell Journal 14:1 (2011): 129-131.
11. From Du Bois to Obama: African American Intellectuals in the Public Forum by Charles Pete Banner-Haley (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2011). The Western Journal of Black Studies 35:3 (2011):219-222.
12. God’s Glory in Salvation through Judgment: A Biblical Theology by James M. Hamilton (Wheaton: Crossway, 2010) MJTM 13 (2011-2012):1-4.
13. Benjamin Elijah Mays, Schoolmaster of the Movement: A Biography (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, 2012) by Randal Maurice Jelks. American Studies 53:4 (2014): 121-123.
14. Elusive Origins: The Enlightenment in the Modern Caribbean Historical Imagination by Paul B. Miller (forthcoming, Caribbean Literature Journal)
15. The Fear of French Negroes by Sarah E. Johnson (forthcoming, Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 2013)
16. Robert N. Bellah, Religion in Human Evolution (Harvard University Press, 2011)
F. Translation

1. “The Nicene Creed in Haitian Creole” (325 A.D.)
2. “Homage to Anténor Firmin (1850-1911) Haitian Egyptologist by Thèophile Obenga.” Translated by Celucien L. Joseph. The Journal of Pan African Studies 7:2 (October 2014):1-19.

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