Carolyn Fick, PhD
Associate Professor, History
Professor Fick's areas of special research interest include colonial Caribbeal slavery, the Haitian and French revolutions, political, social and intellectual currents in eighteenth-and nineteenth-century Atlantic history. In addition to her book, The Making of Haiti: The Saint Domingue Revolution from Below, she has published numerous articles, book chapters, conference papers and book reviews in these fields. Professor Fick is also currently engaged in a number of collaborative research projects: CURA/ARUC Oral History Project on refugees from war, genocide and other human rights abuses in Montreal; (McGill/Université de Montreal) French Atlantic History project supported by the Mellon Foundation; (UQAM/Haïti) Institut Interuniversitaire de Cooperation Internationale avec Haïti-ICIH; (UQAM/Concordia) project on the social history of slavery in nineteenth-century Saint-Barthélemy (French West Indies).
B.A. Wayne State Univesity (Detroit), M.A. University of Michigan, Ph.D. Concordia University (Montreal)
HIST 277/4 Section A
History of Latin America: The Modern Period
HIST 334/2 Section A
History of Haiti: From Independence to Present