Un Haití Dominicano

Alanna Lockward

unhaitidom.9102283703879622741_oIn the Dominican Republic, Editorial Santuario and the Museum of Modern Art (MAM) announce the launch of Alanna Lockward’s anthology Un Haití dominicano: Tatuajes fantasmas y narrativas bilaterales (1994-2014) [A Dominican Haiti: Ghost Tattoos and Bilateral Narratives (1994-2014)]. The compilation, which features cover art and illustrations by renowned artist Raúl Recio, will be presented on Thursday, September 25, at 7:00pm in the main auditorium of the MAM, located at Plaza de la Cultura in Santo Domingo. The book will be presented by Soraya Aracena and Rubén Silié.

The leading session at the presentation will consist of anthropologist Soraya Aracena and artists Teresa María Díaz Nerio and Raúl Recio.

Argentine semiotician Walter Mignolo (Duke University) writes:

“[. . .] First, I read the manuscript Marassá y la nada, and soon after, the version in print. Marassá y la nada is a beginning work by an already well-formed writer. [. . .] Concise writing…

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About Dennis R. Hidalgo
I am a historian of the Atlantic World. I am passionate about people, those alive in the present and those who left little trace of their past.

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