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Race, Religion, and The Haitian Revolution: Essays on Faith, Freedom, and Decolonization Paperback – December 27, 2012
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Celucien L. Joseph received his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Dallas. He is an Assistant Professor of English at Indian River State College.. Professor Joseph is an interdisciplinary scholar, researcher, and educator; his work is interdisciplinary and intersectional with an emancipative intent. He is interested in the intersections of history, race, religion, literature, cultural identity, and freedom. He is the author of two forthcoming books, Religious Métissage: The Religious Imagination and ideas of Jean Price-Mars (Wipf & Stock) and Faith, Secular Humanism, and Social Development: Jacques Roumain's Engagements with Religion and Critical Theory (University Press of America, Inc.). His academic research and teaching interests include the following: Transnational Literature; American and African-American Literature; African American Cultural and Intellectual History;Francophone Studies: Africa and the Caribbean; Anglophone Caribbean Literature; Comparative Afro-Caribbean Studies: History and Literature; Comparative Literature of the African Diaspora; Black Internationalism; Postcolonial and Critical Theory; Race and Religion; Religion in the Black Diaspora; Pragmatic Religious Naturalism; Liberation and Constructive Theologies.
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