This bibliography brings together works by and about Michel-Rolph Trouillot to showcase the range, importance, and reach of Trouillot's contributions to the fields of anthropology, history, Caribbean studies, and Haitian studies. Effort has been made to document the various reprints and translations of his texts in the interest of making his writings available to a broad audience. In addition to traditional scholarly works, the listing also includes nonacademic publications, government reports, newspaper articles, educational materials, and popular writings, to highlight the variety of languages, registers, and forums in which Trouillot developed his arguments, as well as the multiplicity of publics, communities, and sites of intervention that he transversed.

Ki mò k-touyé lanprè?, volume 2 of Ti difé boulé sou istoua Ayiti, n.d. Cited in Les racines historiques de l'Etat duvaliérien.

Ti difé boulé sou istoua Ayiti. Brooklyn: Kóleksion Lakensièl, 1977.

“The Economic Integration of a Caribbean Peasantry:...

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