Rachel Douglas is a specialist on Haiti and the Caribbean at the University of Glasgow. She writes about Haitian literature, history, film, and visual art. She is the author of *Making "The Black Jacobins": C. L. R. James and the Drama of History* (Duke University Press, 2019). This study examines the multi-layered classic history of the Haitian Revolution. She is also the author of *Frankétienne and Rewriting: A Work in Progress* (Lexington Books, 2009), the first book to examine the work of Haitian writer-artist Frankétienne in depth. He is famous as the author of the first novel written in Haitian Kreyòl *Dézafi* (1975) and winner of "Le Grand Prix de la Francophonie" 2021.