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  • Religion as a context of reception: The case of Haitian immigrants in Miami, Montreal and Paris.
    Mooney, Margarita A. (2013)
    International Migration 51:3: 99-112.

    Associated Search Terms: Haitian Canadians; Assimilation; Migrant; Canada, Quebec, Montreal; Comparative; Participant observation; France, Paris; United States, Florida, Miami; Haitian Americans; Haitian French
  • Faith Makes Us Live. Surviving and Thriving in the Haitian Diaspora.
    Mooney, Margarita A. (2009)
    Berkeley: University of California Press.

    Based on fieldwork in Haiti, Miami, Montreal, and Paris.

    Associated Search Terms: Diaspora; Catholic, Canada; Catholic, France; Catholic, Haiti; Canada, Quebec, Montreal; Catholic, U.S.A.; France, Paris; Haiti; United States, Florida, Miami; Migrant; Haitian French; Haitian Canadians; Haitian Americans
  • Les églises noires de Montréal: une voie ers la citoyenneté?
    Bilbeau, Gilles (2006)
    Anthropologie et sociétés 30:1: 202-211.

    Associated Search Terms: Haitian Canadians; African Canadians; Canada, Quebec, Montreal
  • Upward Climb or Downward Slide? Religion and Mediating Social Capital in the Haitian Immigrant Communities of Miami, Montreal and Paris.
    Mooney, Margarita A. (2005)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Princeton University.

    Associated Search Terms: Social capital; Haitian Americans; Haitian Canadians; France, Paris; Canada, Quebec, Montreal; Haitian French; Migrant; United States, Florida, Miami
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