Toussaint L'ouverture was a leader of the Haitian Revolution. Born in Saint-Domingue,
in a long struggle for independence Toussaint led enslaved Africans and
Afro-Haitians to victory over French colonisers, abolished slavery, and
secured 'native' control...More
Anne LaBastille is the author of nine books, including Woodswoman and Woodswoman III.
The psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan (1901-1981) was one of the twentieth century's most influential thinkers. His many published works include Ecrits and The Seminars.
Ernesto Laclau is Professor of Political Theory in the Department of Government, University of Essex, and Distinguished Professor for Humanities and Rhetorical Studies at Northwestern University.
He is the author of, amongst other works, Hegemony and...More
Jean Lacouture is a French journalist and historian.
Paul Lacy has long been fascinated by the color, graphics, and ethnicity represented by the signs of stores in Brooklyn, where he has lived for twenty years.
Annik LaFarge is a lifelong New Yorker who currently lives along the High Line in Chelsea, where she writes the blog Livin’ the High Line.
Walter LaFeber is professor of history at Cornell University and the author of The Clash and Inevitable Revolutions.
Marianne LaFrance received her PhD from Boston University. She is now a professor at Yale University, and her research has been featured in media outlets such as NPR, the BBC, and the New York Times. She lives in Guilford, Connecticut.