About the project: “Black Loyalist is a repository of historical data about the African American loyalist refugees who left New York between April and November 1783 and whose names are recorded in the Book of Negroes. In this first stage, the site concentrates on providing biographical and demographic information for the largest cohort, about 1000 people from Norfolk Virginia and surrounding counties.” Explore the project: Black … Continue reading DIGITAL: Black Loyalist
From 2011, Cassandra Pybus on using The Book of Negroes and the digital resource Black Loyalists:
Congratulations Aisha K. Finch, Jeff Forret, and Matthew S. Hopper!!
Dominique Rogers and Stewart King. “Housekeepers, Merchants, Rentières: Free Women of Color in the Port Cities of Saint-Domingue, 1750-1790.” In Women in Port: Gendering Communities, Economies, and Social Networks in Atlantic Port Cities, 1500-1800, edited by Douglas Catterall and Jody Campbell, 357–98. BRILL, 2012.
Ana Lucia Araujo of Howard University has announced the program of the slavery seminar at Howard University.
Via Ana Lucia Araujo on Facebook:
Pedro Welch, Slave Society in the City: Bridgetown Barbados, 1680-1834. Kingston; Miami; Oxford: Ian Randle Publishers, 2003.
On the book:
Diana Paton, No Bond but the Law: Punishment, Race, and Gender in Jamaican State Formation, 1780–1870. Duke University Press, 2004.
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Marlene Daut interviewed by Dan Livesay from the New Books in Caribbean Studies podcast: Continue reading “PODCAST: Daut Interview on Tropics of Haiti “
Lorelle D. Semley, “To Live and Die, Free and French Toussaint Louverture’s 1801 Constitution and the Original Challenge of Black Citizenship.” Radical History Review 2013, no. 115 (2013): 65–90.
Via The Public Archive: Continue reading “Hall Essays in Black World/Negro Digest at The Public Archive “