The Archive of Haitian Religion and Culture: Collaborative Research and Scholarship on Haiti and the Haitian Diaspora contains rich primary materials of a central Haitian and Haitian-American spiritual tradition in order to promote discovery and educate a broad public. This collection provides content online for scholars and the public in the form of: Audiovisual content available as sound, photographic or video footage that is transcribed, translated, subtitled and explicated; Textual content available as facsimile, updated modernizations and translations; and, Critical syntheses such as commentary, exegesis, etymology, etc., available in English.

University of Florida and Duke University researchers and librarians, led by project director Benjamin Hebblethwaite (UF) and co-director Laurent Dubois (Duke), with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), led the creation of this digital collection to support increased understanding of a central Haitian and Haitian-American spiritual tradition, the Vodou religion, by gathering the audiovisual and textual sources of communities, by interpreting the collected materials, and by diffusing the knowledge via an open access digital library hosted within the existing Digital Library of the Caribbean.