Producing, Collecting, and Exhibiting Bizango Sculptures from Haiti: Transatlantic Vodou on the International Art Scene

@article{Benot2018ProducingCA,
  title={Producing, Collecting, and Exhibiting Bizango Sculptures from Haiti: Transatlantic Vodou on the International Art Scene},
  author={C. Beno{\^i}t and A. Delpuech},
  journal={African Arts},
  year={2018},
  volume={51},
  pages={8-19}
}
| african arts WINTER 2018 VOL. 51, NO. 4 Catherine Benoît is a professor of anthropology at Connecticut College (New London, CT). Her scholarship focuses on the embodiment of space, be it from a creative perspective through the experience of gardens in the development of Creole cultures or a coercive one through the experience of (im)mobile migrations. Her last book, based on twenty years of fieldwork in Haiti and St. Martin, Au cœur des ténèbres de la Friendly island: Migrations, culture et… Expand

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