Reparative histories and healing contemporaries: A comparative investigation into transnational movements for reparations in the Americas
My research is funded by a UCL Research Opportunity Scholarship
This PhD project pursues a comparative analysis of reparations movements in Haiti, Colombia, and Ecuador, encompassing geographic and historical comparisons, allowing for the identification of patterns and intricate connections between the local, global and transnational. It considers the extent to which the transnational affects the national movements in the quest for reparations, healing, transformative justice and the reimagination of afro-futures.
BBC World Service Newshour interview on Haiti's political crisis
July 20, 2021