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Recent and Forthcoming Publications

  • The Gauolet Uprising of 1710: Maroons, Rebels, and the Informal Exchange Economy of a Caribbean Sugar Island,” William and Mary Quarterly 76 (January 2019), 75-110.
  • Water Is Life,” Review of Joshua Reid, The Sea Is My Country: The Maritime World of the Makahs; Andrew Lipman, The Saltwater Frontier: Indians and the Contest for the American Coast; Nancy Shoemaker, Native American Whalemen and the World: Indigenous Encounters and the Contingency of Race; and James Fairhead, The Captain and “the Cannibal”: An Epic Story of Exploration, Kidnapping, and the Broadway StageReviews in American History (forthcoming, December 2019).
  • “Next Stop, Honoré-Beaugrand: Connections, Dislocations, and Redirections,” in Robert Englebert and Andrew N. Wegmann, French Connections: Cultural Mobility in North America and the Atlantic World (forthcoming from Louisiana State University Press, 2020).
  • “‘She Said Her Answers Contained the Truth’: Listening to and with Enslaved Witnesses in the Judicial Records of New France,” in Sophie White and Trevor Burnard, eds., Slave Narratives in the British and French Atlantic Worlds (forthcoming from Routledge, 2020).
  • “Les plusieurs esclavages du Canada avant 1800” [“The Many Slaveries of Canada before 1800”], in Claude Chevaleyre, Paulin Ismard, Benedetta Rossi, Cécile Vidal, eds., Histoire mondiale de l’esclavage (forthcoming from Éditions du Seuil, 2020).
  • “African Slave Trade Monopolies and the Suppression of Native Slavery in the Americas,” in Paul Polgar and Marc Lerner, eds., Creating Racial Slavery in the Atlantic World (revisions in progress: forthcoming from University Press of Mississippi, 2021).