#HaitiSyllabus — Haitian Studies titles from UNC Press


Haitian Studies titles from UNC Press

The University of North Carolina Press has prided itself on accumulating and disseminating books that range in field and scope.  We have made it our mission to contribute to the ongoing debates and discussions within and outside of the academy.  In light of President Trump’s remarks regarding Haiti, El Salvador, and various African countries, as well as about individuals immigrating from these countries, UNC Press has compiled a list of titles we have published about Haitian history that engage in intellectual discussions about the country and offer factually based evidence about the true identities, cultures, and peoples of Haiti.

We hope the list of books shared here serves as a resource for all those seeking deeper understanding and sound engagement with historical evidence. The list is by no means comprehensive, and we hope you’ll check this list here and on our website in the coming days as new titles are added.


Isles of NoiseThe Imagined Island Colony of Citizens An Islandwide Struggle for Freedom Haitian Connections in the Atlantic World Taking Haiti Liberty, Fraternity, Exile Red & Black in Haiti


Professors, you can easily and quickly request exam and desk copies online (including free digital exam copies) by visiting any of the books’ pages above. If you need assistance in choosing the right texts for your course, we’d be glad to help; contact us here.

We’re happy to offer a 40 percent discount on book purchases, and if your order totals $75, the shipping is free.  Simply enter promo code 01HOLIDAY at checkout to receive your discount.