Bryant Freeman

Professor , African/African American Studies
Primary office:
2072 Wescoe Hall



Current Research


Current Projects
Implementing a cultural content-based approach to learning intermediate Spanish
Research Interests

Haitian Creole, voodoo, Haitain culture and politics

Selected Publications
Haitian-English Dictionary (1,074 pp. in 5th ed.). 
Editor, Complete Works of leading Haitian novelist, Carrié Paultre (eighteen vol. in Haitian Creole). 
Collector and Editor, Ann Bay Lodyans (sixteen small vol. of Haitian folktales in Haitian Creole, later republished in two large vol.). 
Concordance du Théâtre et des Poésies de Jean Racine (1,783 pp. in 2 vol.). 
Konkòdans Bib la (with Jim Ross) (1,550 pp.).
Courses Taught
AAAS 301: Portrait of a Third-World Nation: Haiti 
HAIT 110: Elementary Haitian I 
HAIT 350: Advanced Haitian I 
HAIT 500: Directed Studies in Haitian Languange and Literature
HAIT 501: Directed Studies in Haitian Culture


Ph.D. Yale


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