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Fault Lines [electronic resource]: Views Across Haiti's Divide

Beverly Bell
Format
EBook; Book; Online
Published
Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2013.
Language
English
ISBN
9780801452123 (cloth : alk. paper), 9780801477690 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Contents
  • Introduction : 35 seconds
  • We don't have enough water to make tears (surviving the earthquake, or not) (January 2010)
  • What we have, we share : solidarity undergirds rescue and relief (January 2010)
  • The pearl of the Antilles : the political economy of peril (February 2010)
  • Maroon man : social movements throughout history (February 2010)
  • We will carry you on : the women's movement (March 2010)
  • You can't eat okra with one finger : community-run humanitarian aid (March 2010)
  • Fragile as a crystal (tales from three months out) (April 010)
  • Children of the land : small farmers and agriculture (April 2010)
  • Grains and guns : foreign aid and reconstruction (May 2010)
  • The ones who must decide : social movements in the reconstruction (May 2010)
  • Our bodies are shaking now : violence against girls and women (June 2010)
  • The creole connection : people-to-people aid and solidarity across borders (June 2010)
  • We've lost the battle, but we haven't lost the war (tales from six months out) (July 2010)
  • Social fault lines : class and catastrophe (July 2010)
  • Monsanto seeds, Miami rice : the politics of food aid and trade (August 2010)
  • Home : from tent camp to community (August 2010)
  • For want of twenty cents : children's rights and security (September 2010)
  • The Super Bowl of disasters : profiting from crisis (September 2010)
  • The commonplace amidst the catastrophic (tales from nine months out) (October 2010)
  • Beyond medical care : the health of the nation (October 2010)
  • Hold strong : the pros and pitfalls of resilience (November 2010)
  • Mrs. Clinton will never see me working there the offshore assembly industry (November, 2010)
  • The central pillar : peasant women (December 2010)
  • Elections (in the time of cholera) (December 2010)
  • We will never fall asleep forgetting (tales from twelve months out) (January 2011)
  • Epilogue : bringing it back home.
Description
Mode of access: World wide Web.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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