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Ardain Isma

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Ardain Isma
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Born1959 (age 61–62)
🏳️ Nationality
💼 Occupation
Professor/Writer
🌐 Websitehttp://ardainisma.com/

Ardain Isma is a Haitian-American writer better known for his literary critiques and his passion for social justice. He was born in 1959 in Saint Louis du Nord, a small town on Haiti’s northern coast. He currently teaches Research Method at Embry Riddle University. Ardain Isma’s works focus primarily on sociopolitical issues, especially on Haitian politics[citation needed].

Early Life[edit]

Ardain lived in Haiti until he was 18. He then moved to Miami, Florida to join his relatives who had already settled there. He attended Miami Dade Community College, where he received an associate degree in Computer Science. Then, he received a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Barry University, a Catholic Institution in Miami Shores, Florida. In 1994, he graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a master's degree in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.) In 2002, he received a Ph.D in Education and Philosophy from Walden University. He first published a norvel Alicia Maldonado: A Mother Lost, which is biographical novel loosely based on the life of a young Cuban woman who immigrated to Haiti in the early 60s.

Dr. Delores Smiley, retired Executive Director of the Office of Diversity and Cultural Affairs in the Abraham S. Fischler School of Education at Nova Southeastern University, wrote,  “One of the most notable attributes of this masterpiece is that it grows and develops into a work that is universal in nature thereby becoming a microcosm as it depicts events going on in our world today.  The effects of various styles of leadership, of the perils of classism, of politics, of economics and survival and how one can still extrapolate dignity, love, and moral values for family, community and country has a sobering effect on the reader.  Midnight delivers.” Read [1] Dr. Smiley’s remarks] Ardain Isma currently lives with his wife Maryse and his three children in suburban Jacksonville, Florida.

Career[edit]

Isma was already an educator, teaching second-language acquisition at Broward County Public Schools when he earned his Ph.D from Walden University. Then, he went on to teach Cross-Cultural Studies at Nova Southeastern University. Ardain Isma was an Editorial Board member at the scholarly TESOL Journal at NSU. In 2005, Ardain and a group of academics founded The Center for Strategic and Multicultural Studies (CSMS), an organization dedicated to promoting multiculturalism. They went on to found CSMS Magazine which has become a critically-acclaimed publication well known for its promotion of cross-cultural awareness and its in-depth articles on sociopolitical issues. Ardain also taught Principles and Issues with Second Language Acquisition at University of North Florida. Ardain Isma now teaches Introduction to Research Method at Embry Riddle University.

Literary Works[edit]

  • Alicia Maldonado: A Mother Lost (iUniverse 2003)
  • Midnight at Noon (Educavision 2015 and Village Care Press 2017)
  • Caribbean Creolophone Dilemma (Paperblog.fr 2005)

References[edit]

  1. "CSMS Magazine » "Midnight at Noon" is a metaphoric journey of meteoric proportions".

Isma, Ardain: Solitude: What Have They Done to You? (CSMS Magazine) Retrieved February 8, 2018

Isma, Ardain: The Language Dilemma for Caribbean Writers Creolophone ( CSMS Magazine) Retrieved February  8, 2018

Vernon, Marie: Book Review Midnight at Noon (The Saint Augustine Record) Retrieved February 8, 2018

Rayner, Lindsay: Book Review: Inside Look at Midnight at Noon (The East Carolians) Retrieved February 8, 2018

Noel, Lochard: Lutte de classe et répression dans “Midnight at Noon” d’Ardain Isma (CSMS Magazine) Retrieved February 8, 2018

Isma, Ardain: In the pursuit of lost time: a postcard from Alsace, France ( www.ardainisma.com ) Retrieved February 8, 2018

Isma, Ardain: Caribbean creolophone dilemma (PaperBlog) Retrieved February 8, 2018

Dean Noel: Ardain Isma: An Author’s Journey (Full Documentary) Retrieved February 9, 2018 


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