Viv Dechoukaj, Long Live Uprooting! Aristide’s Politico-theology of Defensive Violence in the Struggle for Democracy in Haiti*

@article{Joseph2017VivDL,
  title={Viv Dechoukaj, Long Live Uprooting! Aristide’s Politico-theology of Defensive Violence in the Struggle for Democracy in Haiti*},
  author={C. Joseph},
  journal={Black Theology},
  year={2017},
  volume={15},
  pages={185 - 208}
}
  • C. Joseph
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
  • Black Theology
  • ABSTRACT The essay has a twofold objectives. First, it analyzes the complex relationships of popular violence, gansterization, and chimerization associated with Jean-Bertrand Aristide’s political leadership and actions during his second presidential administration. Secondly, it examines Aristide’s first politico-theological treatise, 100 Vese Dechoukaj Va T’en Satan! to study whether he has formulated or articulated a theology of violence and aggression that will later shape his political… CONTINUE READING

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