C'est un numéro (spécial) ou du moins avec beaucoup d'articles sur Haiti
Like most AHR Forums, this one came about serendipitously as two independently submitted but thematically related articles made their way through the process of peer review only to be joined together in a single issue. In this case the articles, by Julia Gaffield and Mary Dewhurst Lewis, each address the place of Haiti, the so-called “Black Republic,” in a nineteenth-century Atlantic World dominated by powerful empires and sovereign nation-states, slavery and the slave trade (and its belated suppression), and new modes of international diplomacy and exchange.
As a nation born from the ashes of the New World’s first successful slave revolt, Haiti posed significant challenges...
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HAITI IN THE POST-REVOLUTIONARY ATLANTIC WORLD