Recent publications

Joos, V. (2021, September). Haiti Can Solve Its Own Problems, if Foreign Powers Would Let It. World Politics Review. Retrieved from https://www.worldpoliticsreview.com/articles/29852/in-haiti-crisis-has-roots-in-history-of-foreign-interference

Joos, V. (2021, May). Haiti Is Slowly Becoming an Autocracy. World Politics Review. Retrieved from https://www.worldpoliticsreview.com/articles/29653/in-haiti-violence-spikes-as-moise-clings-to-power

Joos, V. N. (2020). Echoes of Past Revolutions: Architecture, Memory, and Spectral Politics in the Historic Districts of Port-au-Prince. VIBRANT – Virtual Brazilian Anthropology, 18.

Joos, V. N. (2019, December). Haiti’s Political Disaster: An Internationally Sponsored Crisis. The Globe Post. Retrieved from https://theglobepost.com/2019/12/23/haiti-political-disaster/

Joos, V. N. (2019, September). Gas shortages paralyze Haiti, triggering protests against failing economy and dysfunctional politics. The Conversation. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/gas-shortages-paralyze-haiti-triggering-protests-against-failing-economy-and-dysfunctional-politics-116337

Joos, V. N. (2019, September). Gas shortages paralyze Haiti, triggering protests against failing economy and dysfunctional politics. The Conversation. Retrieved from https://theconversation.com/gas-shortages-paralyze-haiti-triggering-protests-against-failing-economy-and-dysfunctional-politics-116337

Joos V. ; Laura Wagner (2019). Manje Lakay: Globalisation, Terroirs et Identités Culinaires. Trois/Cent/Soixante Degrés (3).

Joos, V. ; Leleu Eric (2018). The Invisible Jungle of Calais. Limn. https://limn.it/articles/the-invisible-jungle-of-calais/

Joos, V. (2017). Space, female economies, and autonomy in the shotgun neighborhoods of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Economic Anthropology, 4 (1), 37-49.

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