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Notebook of the Rings of Memory n°6

Haiti - raw materials

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Sugar and the settlement of Haiti

Researcher and Doctor of History, teaches at the École Normale Supérieure of Port au Prince.

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At the heart of color prejudice: Médéric Moreau de Saint Méry against Julien Raimond, 1789-91
Florence Gauthier

Lecturer in modern history at the University of Paris 7 - Diderot

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The insurgents of 1791, their leaders and the idea of independence

Journalist and historian, President of the Association for the Study of the European colonization 1750-1850.

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Reflections on the legislative work of Toussaint Louverture in the French colony of Saint-Domingue from the years 1790 to 1802.

Martinican historian and researcher, associate professor at the University of Paris- Sorbonne. Professor at the National University of Benin (Cotonou). 136bad5cf58d_Has published works on French colonization in Guinea, on the Traite négrière and the African presence in the West Indies.

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Freed mulattoes and free blacks competing for control of post-colonial society

Economist turned to anthropology (teacher Paris VII) and a  lived ten years in Haiti as part of development actions
mainly in rural areas. International consultant, he is continuing his research on Haiti. Member of the Committee for reflection and proposals for relations franco-haïtiennes, chaired by Régis Debray.

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Haiti: the aftermath of an unfinished revolution
Jacques de CAUNA

Historian, diplomat. Member of the Steering Committee of the Society Haitienne d'Histoire. Director of the Historical Research Center of the French Institute. Commandeur de l national order: Honor and Merit of the Republic of Haiti. Professor at the University of Pau.

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Investigate differently with the Domingu merchant circles sous l'Ancien Régime.
Robert Charles

PhD in History. After classical studies and a first training at the department History and Geography of the Ecole Normale Supérieure in Port-au-Prince, he  has been studying History in France since 1998 on the West Indies under l'Ancien Régime.

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Haiti: history, memory and heritage
Carlo Avierl CELIUS

Graduated from the Ecole du Louvre and Doctor from EHESS, Paris. Postdoctoral researcher at Laval University, Quebec.

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Land conflicts and agrarian reform in the Artibonite plain
Michael LEVY

PhD student at EHESS under the supervision of Christian Girault Thesis title: Rural violence, agrarian reform and politics en Republic of Haiti.
Member of several UN missions, observation of Human Rights, particularly in Haiti and Rwanda.

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Restitution of the independence debt
François BLANCPAIN and Marcel DORIGNY

François BLANCPAIN is a lawyer, a graduate of the National School of Overseas France, he completed a career in the aeronautics industry. Specialist in the history of Haiti, Saint-Domingue.
Marcel DORIGNY teaches at the University of Paris 8.  He continues his research on the currents of French liberalism in colonial areas.

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The wonderful island: Haiti in the eyes of the rest of the world
Jean-Marie THEODAT

Lecturer at Panthéon Sorbonne University after having been lecturer at the École Normale Supérieure in Port-au-Prince and
history and geography teacher at the Alexandre Dumas high school in Port au Prince.

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