Yveline Alexis Launches Consult Website
August 8, 2023
Yveline Alexis has launched her historical consult LLC available at https://yvelinealexis.com/. The project offers academic coaching, historical reviews, and research services.
Yveline Alexis Speaker at National Council on Public History's Conference
April 26, 2023
Yveline Alexis was part of the National Council on Public History's conference opening plenary where she spoke about “Considering the [US American] Revolution: The Rhetoric of Freedom" in Atlanta, GA.
Yveline Alexis Featured Speaker at Brown University
April 19, 2023
Yveline Alexis was a featured speaker for Brown University's Archival Voices lecture series where she gave a talk on "Haitian Voices and Multilingual Sources." She was also a guest panelist for Brown's Watson Institute's symposium on "Haiti's Overlapping Crises: Is There a Way Through?"
Yveline Alexis Gives Interview on Recent Book
April 29, 2022
Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Comparative American Studies Yveline Alexis was interviewed by Alejandra Bronfman, a Cornell University alumna, for the New Books Network.
Yveline Alexis Delivers Talk at University of Buffalo
March 31, 2022
Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Comparative American Studies Yveline Alexis delivered a talk about Womyn Fighters during the U.S. invasion of Ayiti for the University of Buffalo. She also educated young scholars at a middle school about this heavy topic. Finally, she engaged with LatinX/Caribbean scholars for their Haiti Week program as a keynote speaker on the subject of resistance in the Americas.
Yveline Alexis Gives Talk on Haiti's Independence Day Soup
March 1, 2022
Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Comparative American Studies Yveline Alexis gave a talk on Haiti's Independence Day Soup (Soup Joumou) for the African-American fraternity Omega Psi Phi at Tufts University. Planners included a nutrition graduate student (Diego Meritus) and their Africana Studies Department. Organizers partnered with Haitian restaurants who served the delicious soup to the attendees.
Haiti Fights Back by Yveline Alexis a TLS Book of the Year
December 15, 2021
Times Literary Supplement (TLS) Contributor Sudhir Hazareesingh selected as their book of the year Haiti Fights Back, by Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Comparative American Studies Yveline Alexis. It is “written with sensitivity and verve” and “tells a powerful story which draws out the courage and patriotism of ordinary Haitian men and women,” says Hazareesingh.
Yveline Alexis Wins Haitian Studies Association Book Prize
October 27, 2021
Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Comparative American Studies Yveline Alexis has won the Haitian Studies Association 2021 Book Prize for her work Haiti Fights Back: The Life & Legacy of Charlemagne Péralte. The Haitian Studies Association’s biennial Haiti Book Prize is awarded to the best single-authored book in Haitian studies in the social sciences, with broad application beyond the academy.
Yveline Alexis interviewed on the Haitian Diaspora show Tele Lacaye
October 15, 2021
Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Comparative American Studies Yveline Alexis was a guest on the Haitian Diaspora show, Tele Lacaye (At Home)." Professor Alexis discusses her book, Haiti Fights Back: The Life and Legacy of Charlemagne Peralte, with host Jimmy Jacques. The interview is available here.
Yveline Alexis participates in panel discussion for Haitian Flag Day
May 26, 2021
In celebration of Haitian Flag Day on May 18, the Haitian Times founder Garry Pierre-Pierre featured Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Comparative American Studies Yveline Alexis along with Wyclef Jean, Nedjine Paul Deroly, and Dave Fils-Aime as panelists for a discussion about "Upholding L'Union Fait La Force (Unity is Strength) in our Community."
Yveline Alexis presents at University of Rhode Island
April 16, 2021
Associate Professor of Africana Studies and Comparative American Studies Yveline Alexis was a featured speaker at the University of Rhode Island. She presented about the significance of using Caribbean archives and multilingual sources in writing about Charlemagne Péralte’s life and legacy.
Yveline Alexis gives lecture on resistance during U.S. invasion of Haiti
March 30, 2021
Yveline Alexis, associate professor of Africana studies and comparative American studies, was a guest speaker for Bloomfield College's Holley/Humanities Series on "Looking Back and Looking Forward: Discussions about Race, Gender, Voice and Power." She delivered a lecture about resistance in the Americas during the United States invasion of Haiti.
Yveline Alexis appointed faculty success coach
December 9, 2020
The National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity (NCFDD) hired Yveline Alexis, associate professor of Africana studies and Comparative American studies, as one of its coaches for is faculty success program for 2021.
Yveline Alexis raises funds to support organizations in Haiti
November 20, 2020
Yveline Alexis is part of a team that planned a fundraiser for Ayiti Community Trust. We raised funds to help support organizations based in Haiti that are headed by Haitians. View the full global program in multiple language formats.
Shelley Lee, Yveline Alexis, Meredith Gadsby, and Gina Perez Co-Author Op-Ed
January 3, 2018
Shelley Lee, associate professor of history and comparative American studies, Yveline Alexis, assistant professor of Africana studies, Meredith Gadsby, associate professor of Africana studies, and Gina Perez, professor of comparative American studies, co-authored the op-ed “Selective Compassion: The US Approach to Haitians Hasn’t Changed in Hundreds of Years” in Truthout.