Professor Marlene l. Daut
Claremont Graduate University
Faculty Member, Literature
Baron de Vastey and the Origins of Black Atlantic Humanism
Ariel’s Ecology: Plantations, Personhood, and Colonialism in the American Tropics by Mo...
Caribbean “Race Men”: Louis Joseph Janvier, Demesvar Delorme, and the Haitian Atlantic
L Esprit Créateur
Tropics of Haiti
An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti. By Marcus Rainsford. Edited by Paul...
Monstrous Testimony: Baron de Vastey and the Politics of Black Memory
The "Alpha and Omega" of Haitian Literature: Baron de Vastey and the U.S. Audience of H...
From Classical French Poet to Militant Haitian Statesman: The Early Years and Poetry of...
Research in African Literatures
Daring to Be Free / Dying to Be Free: Toward a Dialogic Haitian-U.S. Studies
A Review of “Typo/Topo/Poéthique sur Frankétienne”
Symposium A Quarterly Journal in Modern Literatures
"Sons of White Fathers": Mulatto Vengeance and the Haitian Revolution in Victor Séjour'...
Are They Mad? Nation and Narration inTous les hommes sont fous
Small Axe A Caribbean Journal of Criticism