Nadège T. Clitandre, Claudine Michel, Marlène Racine-Toussaint, and Florence Bellande Robertson (eds.)
Remembrance / Re-mémoire documents the experiences of individuals who have been directly impacted by the 2010 earthquake. It includes reflections by Haitian women as well as those who are in solidarity with them through research, feminist organizations, social activism, and personal relationships. The collection exposes the complexity and diversity of the Haitian nation and its people, wherever they reside, debunking assumptions and misconceptions about the country's history and culture. It also considers the challenges of development in the reenvisioning of a new Haiti.