This page features supplementary material for the “Vodou and Protestantism, Faith and Survival: The Contest Over the Spiritual Meaning of the 2010 Earthquake in Haiti” in the Oral History Review, Vol. 40, Issue 2, Summer/Fall 2013. Below you will find links, organized by narrator, to audio clips of passages featured in the article, along with their original transcripts and translations.

Francoise Erlyne : a young Protestant woman describes her experience of surviving when her school collapsed around her

Chrispain Mondesir : a Protestant man recounts his earthquake experience and discusses the role of God in the event

Anonymous : a Voudouizan recalls the earthquake and the prayer he offered to the earth

Fluery Pleusimond : an ouguan, or Vodou priest, discusses his relationship with God and the causes of the earthquake