Karine Belizar, born on the French island of Saint Martin, is of Haitian descent and holds a Master’s degree in Arts, Letters and Civilization with a concentration in Language, Intercultural Literature and Diverse Ethics from the Antilles University, Martinique. Karine also holds a Master’s degree in Foreign Languages and Literatures in French Studies from the University of Delaware. Her field of interest includes the fictional rewriting of the history of the Americas. She also focuses on vernacular language and identity construct in literature. She is fluent in various languages French, three Creoles, English and Spanish. She is a Ph.D student at Louisiana State University.
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