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I taught both French and Social Studies from High school to college.


Jude Carmin Dacéus, Ph.D.
5262 Cinderlane Parkway, Orlando, FL 32808
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Ph.D. History, Caribbean, Howard University, Washington, DC, 2014
Areas of Specialization: Caribbean, Latin America, and African-America
M.A. History /United States and African History, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ, 2005
B.A. French and Spanish, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, 2001
Study Abroad: University of Paris X, Nanterre, University of Paris IV, Sorbonne, University of Toledo, Salamanca, Toledo, Spain, 1996-2000

DISSERTATION: ‘‘Henri Christophe and Alexandre Pétion: Rulers of Haiti, 1806-1820’’. This work studies colonial Saint-Domingue through the independence of Haiti. It argues that although the rulers of Haiti were mulattoes and blacks, they put these differences aside for the common cause. Following independence and the death of Jean-Jacques Dessalines Haiti adopted two different forms of government: a Republic led by Alexandre Pétion and the Kingdom of the North where Henri Christophe reigned. The dissertation documents the policies implanted in both the republic and the kingdom at the same time that the French government wanted to reconquer Haiti.
Committee Members: Dr. Selwyn H. H. Carrington, Advisor, Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo, member,
Dr. Learie Luke, external examiner.


2011-2013 The Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship
2009-2010 History Department Graduate Assistantship
Summer 1997 Study Abroad Scholarship

Works in Progress

Henri Christophe and Alexandre Pétion: Rulers of Haiti, 1806-1820
Book Manuscript, based on my dissertation.
Anthologie de la Poésie Haïtienne Moderne et Post-Moderne,
La Revue Académique

In the Name of the Lord, the Conquest of Souls: Catholics and Protestants in the Caribbean, 1492-1700
Caribbean Historiography since Lowell Ragatz, 1928 Saint-Domingue a Difficult Case: Class Struggle before Marx, 1626-1791
Contribution to Introduction to Western Civilization, 2009-2010

2000 L’aigle Impériale et ses proies, Gauche, no.21,
2000 Mystique de Rimbaud ou l’enfer rêvé, l’étranger no.2,
2000 Pour une Poésie contemporaine, l’étranger no.2,
2000 htpp://(concealed information) l’étranger no.3,
2000 Gabriel Garcia Marquez et le réalisme merveilleux, l’étranger no.3,
2001 Je te reverrai Paris, Poésie, l’étranger no.4,
2001 Le contemporain, Poésie, l’étranger no.4,
2001 L’absurde entre la Parole et l’action, l’étranger 4,
1997 The Panthers Sports Overview, The Catalyst, vol. 30, no. I


2010 Howard University, Department of History Alumni Symposium ‘‘Celebrating 100 Years of Scholarship and Service, March 28, 2014 The Rulers of Haiti, 1806-1820
2013 Club: Culture Audience, Port-au-Prince: Alexandre Pétion, Father of the Republic, 1806-1818 (July, 20, 2013)
2012 Club An Nou, Port-au-Prince: Henri Christophe & Alexandre Pétion, leaders of Haiti, 1806-1820 (December 20, 2012)
2010 Howard University, the 6th Annual Graduate Student Symposium: Saint Domingue a Difficult Case: Class Struggle before Marx 1625-1791
2009 The Hispanic Division at the Library of Congress Rising Scholars Series: Saint Domingue’s Soldiers, Savannah and Yorktown Battles and the Beginning of Class Struggle in Haiti 1779-1783 (April, 28, 2009)


Spring 2016 Adjunct: Africana Studies, AFS 100
Department of Africana Studies, Stetson University, Deland, Florida

Fall 2015 Adjunct: Africana Studies, AFS 100 & African American History, HIST. 251H,
Department of History, Stetson University, Deland, Florida

Spring 2015 Adjunct: African American History HL-130 LO & HL-130 NO, Department of History, Bethune-Cookman University Online, Daytona Beach, Florida

2013-2014 Teacher Associate: The Black Diaspora I & II, Department of History, Howard University, Washington, DC

2013-2014 Teacher Associate: French II and III, Department of World Languages, Howard University, Washington, DC

2011-2012 World History I and II, Department of History, Howard University,
Washington, DC


2014-2015 Deltona High School, Deltona, Florida
2008-2008 Rahway High School, South Plainfield, New Jersey
2005-2006 Clifton High School, Clifton, New Jersey
2002-2003 Hewlett School, IB, East Islip, New York
2001-2001 Selden Middle School, Lake Grove
2001-2001 Centereach High School, Centereach, New York

Top Grade & Creative Tutoring- Sayville, NY, September 200-2001, Home Teaching Algebra, Spanish, French, and Social Studies

Summer 00-01 The Lake Groves School (Behavioral/Emotional) Lake Groves, NY
1999 Camp Counselor Summer Discovery Los Angeles, California (Camp counselor of International and American Students) Working with international students at the UCLA
1998 The Haitian Women for Women Refugee, Brooklyn, New York Volunteer Teaching of Haitian Creole Language and Literacy
1998 Founder of the French Club (La Table Ronde) at Stony Brook University
1999 Former PR of the Haitian Students Organization (HSO) at Stony Brook University
2000 Contributor to a Parisian Students newspaper Gauche
2000 Co-founder of the French Newspaper L’étranger at Stony Brook University

3rd prize for French Poetry, French Embassy, NY, April, 2001
Member of Culture-Audience, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
PHI ALPHA THETA History Honor Society Zeta Gamma Chapter at Howard University

Haitian Creole (Native Speaker), French, English, Spanish, Advanced Level, and German Beginner’s Level


Dr. Pedro R. Rivera Dr. Learie Luke
Assistant Professor Director of the Office of International Student
Savannah State University Exchange Programs (OINSEP) and Acting Provost
3219 College Street South Carolina State University
Savannah, Georgia, 31404 300 College Street, NE
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Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo Dr. Edna Greene Medford
Graduate Director Chairperson
Department of History Department of History
Howard University Howard University
2441 Sixth Street, NW 2441 Sixth Street, NW
Room 316 Frederic Douglass Hall Room 322 Frederick Douglass Hall
Washington, DC 20059 Washington, DC 20059
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Please fee free to looking into my CV for it contains the experience. I taught at various levels from Middle school to college. I am a French teacher who tutored English, Algebra, Spanish, and Pre-Calculus, Social studies, and World history.


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