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HAITI'S 200-YEAR MÉNAGE-À-TROIS: GLOBALIZATION, THE STATE, AND CIVIL SOCIETY *

@article{Schuller2007HAITIS2M,
  title={HAITI'S 200-YEAR M{\'E}NAGE-{\`A}-TROIS: GLOBALIZATION, THE STATE, AND CIVIL SOCIETY *},
  author={Mark Schuller},
  journal={Caribbean Studies},
  year={2007},
  volume={35},
  pages={141-179}
}
In this article, I explore the limits of dominant historiographies of Haiti to examine and challenge binary frameworks within discourses of globalization and civil society. I employ a comparative, longue duree world-systems approach, discussing Haiti’s history and contemporary situation through long-term fieldwork, oral history, and published materials on Haiti’s history. Conversations with different groups of Haitian people helped me identify, analyze, and categorize two dominant… Expand
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