Table of contents for The world of the Haitian Revolution / edited by David Patrick Geggus and Norman Fiering.

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Contents
Preface and Acknowledgments	Norman Fiering
Prologue: From Saint-Domingue to Haiti: To Live Again or to Live at Last!	Jean Casimir
Part 1. Saint-Domingue on the Eve of Revolution
	1. Saint-Domingue on the Eve of the Haitian Revolution	David Geggus
	2. Vestiges of the Built Landscape of Pre-Revolutionary Saint-Domingue	Jacques de 
Cauna
	3. Saint-Domingue's Free People of Color and the Tools of Revolution	John D. 
Garrigus
	4. On the Road to Citizenship: The Complex Route to Integration of the Free People of 
Color in the Two Capitals of Saint-Domingue	Dominique Rogers
	5. The Trans-Atlantic King and Imperial Public Spheres: Everyday Politics in Pre-
Revolutionary Saint-Domingue	Gene E. Ogle
Part 2. The Unfolding of the Slave Revolution
	6. The Insurgents of 1791, Their Leaders, and the Concept of Independence	
	Yves Benot
	7. Avenging America: The Politics of Violence in the Haitian Revolution	Laurent 
Dubois
	8. "Fêtes de l'hymen, fêtes de la liberté": Marriage, Manhood, and Emancipation in 
Revolutionary Saint-Domingue	Elizabeth Colwill
	9. "The Colonial Vendée"	Malick Ghachem
	10. The Saint-Domingue Slave Revolution and the Unfolding of Independence, 1791-
1804	Carolyn E. Fick
Part 3. Reverberations
	11. The French Revolution's Other Island	Jeremy D. Popkin
	12. Speaking of Haiti: Slavery, Revolution, and Freedom in Cuban Slave Testimony
	Ada Ferrer
	13. The Saint-Dominguan Refugees and American Distinctiveness in the Early Years of 
the Haitian Revolution	Ashli White
	14. "Free upon higher ground": Saint-Domingue Slaves' Suits for Freedom in U. S. 
Courts, 1792-1830	Sue Peabody
	15. Repercussions of the Haitian Revolution in Brazil, 1791-1850	Jo[a,TIL]o José Reis 
and Flavio dos Santos Gomes
Part 4. Representations of the Revolution
	16. The Specter of Saint-Domingue: American and French Reactions to the Haitian 
Revolution	Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall
	17. Representations of the Haitian Revolution in French Literature	Léon-François 
Hoffmann
	18. Neoclassicism and the Haitian Revolution	Carlo Célius
Epilogue	Robin Blackburn
List of Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Haiti -- History -- Revolution, 1791-1804 -- Causes.
Haiti -- History -- Revolution, 1791-1804 -- Influence.