"This volume provides guidance on teaching about Haiti's history and culture from a multidisciplinary perspective, offering ways of reshaping old narratives through women's and gender studies, poetry, theater, art, religion, language, politics, history, and popular culture"-- Provided by publisher.
Machine generated contents note: I. TEACHING ABOUT HAITIAN ART, LITERATURE, AND LANGUAGE 1. Getting around the Poto Mitan: Reconstructing Haitian Womanhood in the Classroom / Regine Jean-Charles 2. Teaching Haiti through the Work of Rodney Saint-Eloi, ecrivain engage / Bonnie Thomas 3. Teaching Haitian Theater: Franck Fouche's Bouqui au Paradis / Joubert Satyre 4. Engaging Haiti through Art and Religion / Cecile Accilien 5. Creating Interdisciplinary Knowledge about Haiti's Creole Language / Don E. Walicek II. TEACHING ABOUT HAITIAN HISTORY AND POLITICS 6. Haiti in the Presidencies of John Adams and John Quincy Adams: Lesson Plans and Course Modules / Alessandra Benedicty-Kokken 7. Teaching the 2004 Coup in Haiti from a French Perspective: Insights into Frances Neocolonial Culture and Practices / Sophie Watt 8. Pecks Fatal Assistance: A Filmic Lesson on the Failures of Aid / Agnes Peysson-Zeiss III. TEACHING ABOUT HAITI IN AMERICAN STUDIES, LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES, AND GENERAL STUDIES CONTEXTS 9. Rendering Haiti Visible in an Introductory American Studies Course / Elizabeth Langley 10. Race and Culture on the Thrift Store Shift: Teaching about Haiti Inside and Outside the Academy / Jessica Adams 11. Rethinking Latinx Studies from Hispaniolas Borderlands / John Ribo 12. Teaching Haiti and the Dominican Republic: Cultural Representations of Haitian Immigrant Experiences / Anne M. Francois.