Nou Mache Ansanm (We Walk Together): Queer Haitian Performance and Affiliation

@article{Chapman2017NouMA,
  title={Nou Mache Ansanm (We Walk Together): Queer Haitian Performance and Affiliation},
  author={D. Chapman and Erin L. Durban-Albrecht and Mario Lamothe},
  journal={Women \& Performance: a journal of feminist theory},
  year={2017},
  volume={27},
  pages={143 - 159}
}
This special issue emerges from a symposium at Duke University in fall 2015, “Nou Mache Ansanm (We Walk Together): Performance, Gender, and Sexuality in Haiti,” which brought scholars, artists, and activists together to generate a dialogue around performance in relationship to Haitian genders, sexualities, and queer lifeworlds. We convened at Duke in the days leading up to Fet Gede, Haiti’s days that honor the dead. In Vodou, the Afrosyncretic religion of Haiti forged in resistance to colonial… Expand