Chelsey Kivland is associate professor of anthropology at Dartmouth College whose work focuses on street politics, violence, statehood in Port-au-Prince. She is the author of Street Sovereigns: Young Men and the Makeshift State in Urban Haiti. Her next project, A Dream Deported: Race, Crime, and Deportation in Transnational Haiti, is an ethnography of US criminal deportation to Haiti.
Chelsey Kivland se yon pwofesè agreje antwopoloji nan Dartmouth College. Travay li chita sou politik lari, vyolans, ak kesyon leta nan Pòtoprens. Li se lotè Street Sovereigns: Young Men and the Makeshift State in Urban Haiti. Pwochen pwojè li, A Dream Deported: Race, Crime, and Deportation in Transnational Haiti, se yon etnografi ki pale sou sitiyasyon moun peyi Etazini depòte an Ayiti poutèt yo gen akizasyon kriminèl sou do yo.
Chelsey Kivland est professeure agrégée d’anthropologie au Dartmouth College. Ses travaux portent sur la politique de la rue, la violence et l’État à Port-au-Prince. Elle est l’auteur de Street Sovereigns: Young Men and the Makeshift State in Urban Haiti. Son prochain projet, A Dream Deported: Race, Crime, and Deportation in Transnational Haiti, est une ethnographie de la déportation de criminels américains en Haïti.
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The Semantics of the Gang in Haiti Today
(Vèsyon kreyòl la pi ba la a) (Voir le texte original en français ci-dessous) In the fall of 2021, Mack, one of my research assistants chronicling the resettlem... More
Deported Yet Not Departed: How Do the Banished Reclaim Their Joy?
Richard is a thirty-seven-year-old man who was deported to Haiti from the United States in July 2020. As a nine-year-old, Richard fled Haiti with his mother in ... More
On Accidental Recoveries and Predictable Disasters: The Haitian Earthquake Three Years Later
On Saturday, January 12, 2013, I found myself in a traffic standstill on the outbound lanes of the George Washington Bridge in New York City. As the wind and th... More