- Title Pages
- 1 Bolívar in Haiti: Republicanism in the Revolutionary Atlantic
- 2 Between Anti-Haitianism and Anti-imperialism: Haitian and Cuban Political Collaborations in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
- 3 Haiti, Pan-Africanism, and Black Atlantic Resistance Writing
- 4 Being a Member of the Colored Race”: The Mission of Charles Young, Military Attaché to Haiti, 1904–1907
- 5 Haiti’s Revisionary Haunting of Charles Chesnutt’s “Careful” History in <i>Paul Marchand, F.M.C.</i>
- 6 The Black Magic Island: The Artistic Journeys of Alexander King and Aaron Douglas from and to Haiti
- 7 Foreign Impulses in Annie Desroy’s <i>Le Joug</i>
- 8 The Rhetoric of Crisis and Foreclosing the Future of Haiti in <i>Ghosts of Cité Soleil</i>
- 9 A Marshall Plan for a Haiti at Peace: To Continue or End the Legacy of the Revolution
- About the Editors
- Haiti and the Americas
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