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Writers, researchers, teachers, and lecturers, we often work collaboratively (on a wide range of ethnographic topics), but Sally writes more on aesthetics and museums, while Rich focuses more on ethnographic history and human rights. Since the mid-1960s, we've been learning and writing about Maroons, descendants of rebel slaves throughout the Americas (but particularly in Suriname and French Guiana). Our geographical interests cover Afro-America, from Brazil to Toronto. We currently divide our time between Martinique and Paris.

Presenting Romare Bearden to Aimé Césaire (Fort de France, 2007)

The "Books" section (click above) presents most of our work that's been published between two covers.

For information on our articles, reviews, book chapters, and other briefer publications, please click on Rich's CV or Sally's CV.

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Para algumas referências em português, vá no fim da coluna direita

Para algunas referencias en español, vayase al fin de la columna derecha

Als U Nederlands spreekt, ga naar het einde van de rubriek aan de rechterhand

Wenn Sie Deutsch sprechen, gehen Sie bitte zu der rechten Spalte unten

with Antonio Martorell in his studio (Ponce, Puerto Rico, 2016)
Rich receiving the Premio Internacional Fernando Ortiz, one of the Caribbean's highest honors, from Miguel Barnet (Havana, 2014)
Examining the Dobru collection of Maroon art at the Casa de las Américas (Havana 2014)
with Sylviane Diouf and Omar Ali at the Schomburg Center's "Maroons Revisited" event, 2015
Our view to the south...
...and to the north