Research

LASA, Washington, DC - presentation “To Live in Haiti, You Have to ...”

Faculty Research Conference Travel Grant
Grant Year
2012-2013

This support is to travel to the conference of the Latin American Studies Association, in Washington, D.C.

I have been invited to present a paper to the panel, “Promoting Economic and Minority Rights in Hispanola".  The title of my presentation is, “To Live in Haiti, You Have to....”.

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