Spillover by Chelsey Kivland

Spillover by Chelsey Kivland

PoLAR author Chelsey L. Kivland reflects on her fieldwork in Haiti and the political ambiguity of the UN peacekeeping mission, MINUSTAH, which has been there since 2004. Focusing on a few artistic expressions, she details the mission’s significance in a neighborhood where its impact has been most prominent, the Bel Air neighborhood of Port-au-Prince. The full photo essay is available here.

Kivland’s article, Unmaking the State in “Occupied” Haiti, is available in Volume 35, Issue 2.

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