Duke’s Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies is celebrating our 2nd annual International Creole Day on Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 5 p.m. in the John Hope Franklin Center, room 240.
Our special guest will be Michaeline A. Crichlow, Professor of African & African American Studies at Duke
At 5:00 p.m., there will be student presentations in Creole with English handouts by:
Sandie Blaise (Duke University): “Fèt kreyòl: literati ak kesyon sosyal”
Tara Kingsley (Vanderbilt University): “Esperyans mwen nan kominote kiche ak ayisyen an.
At 5:35 p.m., Professor Crichlow will give her talk “Creolization, Americanity, and the Global Caribbean” followed by questions from the audience.
At 6:40pm, Mariana Magloire (Duke University) will present “Kont Kreyòl: Ti kolibrit, ti kabrit, ak ti chat k ap fè laviwonndede ak mizik”
At 7 p.m., there will be a Haiti Lab Welcome Reception in Franklin Center 130.
All are welcome. Se Kreyòl nou ye!
Co-sponsored by: Haiti Lab, Duke Center for Latin American & Caribbean Studies, Franklin Humanities Institute, Center for French & Francophone Studies, and the Department of Romance Studies.
For more information contact Jacques Pierre, Co-director of the Haiti Lab at email@example.comRead More