Crystal Eddins

Crystal Eddins is an Assistant Professor of Africana Studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, she holds a Dual Major PhD in African American & African Studies and Sociology from Michigan State University. Eddins’ areas of research include the African Diaspora, Historical Sociology, Social Movements, the Digital Humanities, and 18th century Haiti (Saint Domingue). She studies the role of African Diaspora consciousness, cultures, and identities during collective mobilizations – especially enslaved people’s rebellions, marronnage, and the Haitian Revolution. For more information, see her pages on Academia or HASTAC; or reach out to ceddins@uncc.edu or @CrystalNEddins on Twitter.

Works Annotated:
Petit, Octave. “Défilée-La-Folle. Conférence Prononcée Au Cercle Excelsior de Jérémie, Le 22 Août 1931.” Revue de La Société d’Histoire et de Géographie d’Haïti 3, no. 8 (1932): 1–21.

Victor, René. “Le Sentiment Religeux Chez Toussaint Louverture.” Revue de La Société d’Histoire et de Géographie d’Haïti 6, no. 20 (1935): 10–30.

Price-Mars, Jean. “Sociologie Religieuse ‘La République d’Haïti’ (Essai Critique).” Revue Haïtienne d’Histoire et de Géographie 19, no. 71 (1948): 1–21.