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Click here to consult the lists of newly received titles in various aspects of Haitian Studies.

      
     

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    Blog Haitian-Truth.org maintained by Michael Collins.

     

    Popular Library Resources for Haitian Studies

    • CIA World Factbook on Haiti
    • International Human Development Indicators for Haiti based on data compiled by the United Nations
    • World Bank facts and statistics on Haiti
    • Subject searches in Josiah which start with the term "Haiti" or Saint-Domingue" are a good way to begin browsing library materials. In the University Library, resources on Haiti are classified and shelved in the F1900-1941 range.To find primary sources at the John Carter Brown Library or the John Hay Library, go to "limit your search" and select one of these libraries.

     

     

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    It is important to note that the Library Search Box will NOT return articles that are unavailable online at Brown, so if you wish to do a comprehensive search, you should also check the subject databases.

    Are you new to humanities research? Take a look at our Humanities Research Guide, which will help you through the process from beginning your search to writing the paper.


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