- Title Pages
- Editors’ Introduction
- The Anthropological Uses of Haiti: A <i>Longue Durée</i> Approach
- Transforming Ethnology: Understanding the Stakes and Challenges of Price-Mars in the Development of Anthropology in Haiti<sup>1</sup>
- On ‘being Jewish’, on ‘studying Haiti’ … Herskovits, Métraux, Race and Human Rights
- Haiti, Gender and Anthrohistory: A Mintzian Journey
- ‘Written with Love’: Intimacy and Relation in Katherine Dunham’s <i>Island Possessed</i>
- Dance, Haiti and Lariam Dreams<sup>1</sup>
- ‘Haitian Art’ and Primitivism: Effects, Uses and Beyond<sup>1</sup>
- Haiti, Politics and Sovereign (Mis)recognitions
- Haitian Culture in the Informational Economies of Humanitarian Aid
- Urban Poetics
- Epilogue: <i>Kalfou Danje</i>: Situating Haitian Studies and My Own Journey within It
- Notes on Contributors
- The Haiti Exception
- Liverpool University Press
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