Owings Mills, MD
Owings Mills, MD
Clarence St.Hilaire received a Bachelor’s Degree in International Marketing with a minor in Economics from Bernard M. Baruch College of The City University of New York, followed by a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Florida International University, and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Conflict Analysis & Resolution from Nova Southeastern University. His area of research includes diaspora, human, ethnic studies, symbolic interactionism, democracy, and alternative dispute resolution.
The author has published his first poetry book Coeurs D’extase (Hearts of Ecstasy) in 2004, and participated at the Miami Book Fair International, 2004. Some of his poems were published in Asili: The Journal of Multicultural Heartspeak. His second poetry book What Matters was just published by Feedaread.com in June 2013, and is available at Amazon. His third poetry book Emotional Stem Cells was also published by FeedAread.com in August 2013.
He has written a review on Philippe Zacaïr’s Book: Haiti and the Haitian Diaspora in the Wider Caribbean for the Journal of Ethnic and Racial Studies, Department of Sociology, University of Surrey, United Kingdom.
Selected papers and seminars presented as a post- graduate student consist of: Conflict Systems Design; Case Study of Dispute Resolution System Design; Facilitation Approach for a Better Understanding of Workplace Bullying ; Shaping College Curriculum ; College Lecture ; Testing ; Group Discussions ; Terrorism as a Frame of Reference in Joseph Zulaika and Mahmood Mamdani’s Works ; Moretti and Bowman’s Comparative Analysis of Terrorism, Understanding Violence: A Comparative Analysis of Feldman’s Formations of Violence: The Narrative of the Body and Political Terror in Northern Ireland(1991), and Bucaille’s Growing Up Palestinians: Israeli Occupation and the Intifada Generation ; Democratic Realism: A Critical Assessment, and Vodou as Religion and Power in Haitian Culture.
He has taught Introduction to Dispute Resolution (ADRB 2000.Undergraduate level) winter 2006, as a teacher-assistant for CARD 7510 Teaching and Training Practicum (Graduate School of Humanities & Social Sciences) at Nova Southeastern University Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences, Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences. He also served as a college recruiter and enrollment representative for two major institutions. The author is also a medical student. Possible specialization in gastroenterology transplant.