about me

Research Interests

Research Interests
Atlantic history; Caribbean; Age of Atlantic revolutions; French imperialism; early modern France; Haiti; slavery; race; historical GIS; Haitian Revolution

Research Keywords

Research Keywords
Haiti; race; Atlantic; revolutions; GIS

Teaching Interests

Teaching Interests
Caribbean history; Atlantic history; colonial Latin America; history of race and slavery

Education

Education

    • 1988 PhD in History
      Johns Hopkins University, 1988
    • 1985 MA in History
      Johns Hopkins University, 1985
    • 1983 BA in History
      Depauw University, 1983

Awards and Honors

    • Apr  2019 Carnegie Fellow for 2020 sponsored by Carnegie Foundation
    • Apr  2019 Carnegie Fellow for 2019 sponsored by Carnegie Foundation
    • Sep  2018 Residential Fellow, 2017-18 sponsored by National Humanities Center

Support & Funding

Support & Funding

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    • Sept 2019 to Aug 2021 Macandal is Saved: Disease, Conspiracy, and the Coming of the Haitian Revolution sponsored by  -  $200000
      John Garrigus (Funded)
    • Sept 2017 to May 2018 National Humanities Center Fellowship - "Macandal is Saved":Disease, and the Coming of the Haitian Revolution sponsored by  -  $43435
      John Garrigus (Funded)
    • Sept 2007 to Aug 2010 Black and White Brothers: the secret history of freemasons in the haitian revolution sponsored by  -  $8600
      John Garrigus (Funded)

Publications


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      • Book Chapter
        “Saint-Domingue”
        The Cambridge History of the Age of Atlantic Revolutions
        [Garrigus, JohnD., Klooster, Willem, Peterson, Mark]. New York, NY: "Cambridge University Press". Accepted.
      • Book Review
        Review of Jennifer Palmer, Intimate Bonds: Family and Slavery in the French Atlantic
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. The Journal of Modern History. Chicago IL: "University of Chicago Press". Submitted.
      • Journal Article
        A Secret Brotherhood? The Question of Black Freemasonry Before and After the Haitian Revolution
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. Atlantic Studies. 15(4), "Taylor & Francis". Accepted.
      • Book Review
        Review of Paul Cheney
        Cul de Sac : Patrimony, Capitalism, and Slavery in French Saint - Domingue in New West Indies Guide/Ni euwe West - Indische Gids
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. 92(3&4), Published.

      2020
      • Review of Caroline Oudin-Bastide and Philippe Steiner, Calculation and Morality: The Costs of Slavery and the Value of Emancipation in the French Antilles
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. The Journal of Modern History. 92(2), 435-46. Chicago, Illinois: "University of Chicago Press".

      2018
      • Saint-Domingue's Free Men of Color
        The American Revolution: A World War
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Allison, DavidK., Ferreiro, LarrieD.]. 188-91. Washington DC: "Smithsonian Books".
      • “Saint-Domingue’s Free Men of Color"
        The American Revolution: A World War
        [Garrigus, JohnD., Allison, DavidK., Ferreiro, LarrieD.]. This is book, an anthology of articles. 188-91. Washington DC: "Smithsonian Books".

      2017
      • Review of Julia Gaffield
        Haitian Connections in the Atlantic World: Recognition After Revolution in New West Indies Guide/3 “New Christians / 'New Whites': Sephardic Jews, Free People of Color, and Citizenship in French Saint - Domingue, 1760 - 1789,” pages 314 - 32 in Paolo Bernadini and Norman Fiering, eds., The Jews and the Expa nsion of Europe to the West: 1450 to 1800 . New York: Berghan Books, 2001. “'Sons of the Same Father': Gender, Race and Citizenship in French Saint - Domingue, 1760 - 1789,” pp. 137 - 153 in Christine Adams, Jack R. Censer, and Lisa Jane Graham, eds. Visions and Revisions of Eighteenth - Century France. Penn State University Press, 1997. “Color, Class and Identity on the Eve of the Haitian Revolution: Saint - Domingue's Free Colored Elite as Colons américains ,” pp. 20 - 43 in Jane Landers, ed., Against the Odds: Free Bl acks in the Slave Societies of the Americas . London: Frank Cass, 1996. Major Encyclopedia Articles “The Haitian Revolution in Atlantic Context,” pages 244 - 48 in Joseph Miller, ed. The Princeton Companion to Atlantic History . Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2015. “French Slavery,” pages 173 - 200 in Mark Smith and Robert Paquette, eds. Oxford Handbook of Slavery in the Americas . New York: Oxford University Press, 2010. “Free People of Color,” pages 234 - 247 in Gad Heuman and Trevor Burnard, eds. The Rou tledge History of Slavery . Routledge, 2010. Non - refereed Book Chapters “The Legacies of Pre - Revolutionary Saint - Domingue, ” pages 115 - 125 in Martin Munro, ed. Haiti Rising: Haitian History, Culture, and the Earthquake of 2010 . Liverpool: Liverpool Univer sity Press, 2010. “Julien Raimond: Planter, Revolutionary and Free Man of Color, 1744 - 1801,” pages 117 - 132 in Karen Racine and Beatriz Gallotti Mamigonian, eds., The Human Tradition in the Atlantic World 1500 - 1850 . Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publish ers, 2010. “Thy coming fame, Ogé! Is sure”: New Evidence on Ogé’s Revolt (1790) and the Beginnings of the Haitian Revolution,” pages 19 - 45 in John Garrigus and Christopher Morris, eds., Assumed Identities: The Meanings of Race in the Atlantic World . Colle ge Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2010. “Colonial Saint - Domingue,” pages 31 - 53 n Lynn D. Adams, ed., Common Routes: St. Domingue - Louisiana: The Historic New Orleans Collection, March 14 - June 30, 2006 . New Orleans: The Historic New Orleans Collection. 2006. « Moreau de Saint - Méry et le patriotisme créole à Saint - Domingue » pages 65 - 75 in Dominique Taffin, ed., Moreau de Saint - Méry, ou les ambiguïtés d'un créole des Lumières . Fort - de - France : Archives départementales de la Martinique, 2006. “Le patrio tisme américain: Emilien Petit and the Dilemma of French - Caribbean Identity Before and After the Seven Years’ War,” Proceedings of the Western Society for French History: Selected Papers of the 2002 Annual Meeting 30 (University Press of Colorado, 2004), 1 8 - 29. “Race, genre, et vertu dans la fiction fondationnelle haïtienne manquée,” 1802 en Guadeloupe et à Saint - Domingue : Réalités et mémoire (Société d’histoire de la Guadeloupe, 2003). “Mapping Out Borders: Computer Cartography as a Mode of Inquiry in a H istory Course,” pages 265 - 72 in Les Lloyd, ed., Teaching with Technology: Rethinking Tradition . Information Today, 1999. Book Reviews Review of Paul Cheney, Cul de Sac : Patrimony, Capitalism, and Slavery in French Saint - Domingue in New West Indies Guide/Ni euwe West - Indische Gids 92 - 3&4 ( forthcoming 2018). Review of Julia Gaffield, Haitian Connections in the Atlantic World: Recognition After Revolution in New West Indies Guide/Nieuwe West - Indische Gids
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. 91(11 & 12), DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/22134360-09103008

      2016
      • Review of Ada Ferrer
        Freedom’s Mirror: Cuba and Haiti in the Age of Revolution for Reviews in American History
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. 44(1), 52-57.
      • The Plantation Machine: Atlantic Capitalism in French Saint-Dominique and British Jamaica, 1740-1788 a
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Burnard, Trevor]. Philadelphia: "Pennsylvania University Press". DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/22134360-09201004
      • Victims of our own credulity and indulgence’: The Life of Louis - François Boisrond Tonnerre(1776-1806)
        The Haitian Declaration of Independence
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Gaffield, Julia]. 42-57. Charlottesville: "University of Virginia Press ".

      2015
      • Affranchis’ and ‘Coloreds’: Why Were Racial Codes Stricter in Eighteenth - Century Saint - Domingu
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. Quaderni Storici. 148, 33-62. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1408/80381
      • The Haitian Revolution in Atlantic Context
        The Princeton Companion to Atlantic History
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. "Pennsylvania University Press".

      2014
      • Des François qui gémissent sous le joug de l'oppression”: Les libres de couleur et la question de
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Vidal, Cecile]. 149-168.

      2013
      • Review of Andrew S. Curran
        The Anatomy of Blackness: Science & Slavery in an Age of Enlightenment , for the New West Indies Guide/ Nieuwe West - Indische Gids
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. 87(1-2), 133-135.
      • Review of Malick Ghachem
        The Old Regime and the Haitian Revolution for Slavery & Abolition
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. 34(4), 683-684.

      2012
      • Review of Jeremy Popkin
        You Are All Free: The Haitian Revolution and the Abolition of Slavery for Journal of Social History
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. 45(4), 855-856.
      • Review of Madeleine Dobie
        Trading Places: Colonization and Slavery in Eighteenth - Century French Culture for French Studies: A Quarterly Review
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. 66(4), 567-568.
      • Review Rebecca Schloss
        Sweet Liberty: The Final Days of Slavery in Martinique , for French Studies: A Quarterly Review
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. 66(1), 128.

      2011
      2010
      • Assumed Identities: The Meanings of Race in the Atlantic World .
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Morris, Christopher, Garrigus, John D]. "College Station: Texas A&M University Press".
      • Julien Raimond: Planter, Revolutionary and Free Man of Color, 1744 - 1801
        The Human Tradition in the Atlantic World 1500-1850
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Racine, Karen, Mamigonian, BeatrizGallotti]. 115-125. Lanham, MD: "Rowman & Littlefield Publishers".
      • The Legacies of Pre - Revolutionary Saint - Domingue
        Haiti Rising: Haitian History, Culture, and the Earthquake of 2010
        [Garrigus, JohnD].
      • Thy coming fame, Ogé! Is sure”: New Evidence on Ogé’s Revolt (1790) and the Beginnings of the
        Assumed Identities: The Meanings of Race in the Atlantic World
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Garrigus, John, Morris, Christopher]. College Station: "Texas A & M University Press".
      • Free People of Color
        The Routledge History of Slavery
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Heuman, Gad, Burnard, Trevor]. 234-247. "Routledge".
      • French Slavery
        Oxford Handbook of Slavery in the Americas
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Smith, Mary, Paquette, Robert]. 173-200. New York: "Oxford University Press".

      2009
      • Saint - Domingue’s Free People of Color and the Tools of Revolution,
        The World of the Haitian Revolution
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. 49-64. Bloomington: Indiana: "University Press".
      • Review of Jeremy Popkin
        Surviving Racial Revolution , for French Studies: A Quarterly Review
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. 63(4), 475.

      2008
      2007
      • La Mulâtre ou la femme comme il y a beaucoup de blanches (Paris 1803)
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. "Paris: L' Harmattan".

      2006
      • Slave Revolution in the Caribbean: A History in Documents
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Dubois, Laurent, Garrigus, JohnD]. New York: "Bedford/St. Martin ’s Press".
      • Colonial Saint - Domingue
        Common Routes: St. Domingue - Louisiana: The Historic New Orleans Collection, March 14 - June 30, 2006
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Adams, Lynn]. New Orleans: "The Historic New Orleans Collection".
      • Moreau de Saint - Méry et le patriotisme créole à Saint - Domingue
        Moreau de Saint - Méry, ou les ambiguïtés d'un créole des Lumières
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Taffin, Dominique]. 65-75. Fort de France: "Archives départementales de la Martinique".

      2004
      • Le patrio tisme américain: Emilien Petit and the Dilemma of French - Caribbean Identity Before and After Seven Years War
        Proceedings of the Western Society for French History: Selected Papers of the 2002 Annual Meeting
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. 18-29, "University Press of Colorado".

      2003
      • Race, Gender, and Virtue in Haiti’s Failed Foundational Fiction: La Mulâtre comme il y a peu de blanches (1803)
        The Color of Liberty: Histories of Race in France
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Stovall, Tyler, Peabody, Sue]. 73-94, Durham: "Duke University Press". DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1215/9780822384700-005
      • Race, genre, et vertu dans la fiction fondationnelle haïtienne manquée
        1802 en Guadeloupe et à Saint - Domingue : Réalités et mémoire
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. "Société d’histoire de la Guadeloupe".

      2001
      • New Christians / 'New Whites': Sephardic Jews, Free People of Color, and Citizenship in French Saint-Domingue, 1760-1789
        The Jews and the Expansion of Europe to the West: 1450 to 180
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Bernadini, Paolo, Fiering, Norman]. 314-332. New York: "Berghan Books". DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/j.ctt1x76f5z.22

      2000
      1999
      • Redrawing the Color Line: Gender and the Social Construction of Race in Pre - Revolutionary Hait
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. The Journal of Caribbean History. 30(1 & 2), 29-50.
      • Review of Lester Langley
        The Americas in the Age of Revolution, 1750 - 1850
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. 186-187.
      • Mapping Out Borders: Computer Cartography as a Mode of Inquiry in a H istory Course,
        Teaching with Technology: Rethinking Tradition
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Lloyd, Les]. 265-272. "Information Today".

      1998
      • Review of David Gaspar and David Geggus
        A Turbulent Time: The French Revolution and the Greate r Caribbean for Slavery& Abolition
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Geggus, David, Gaspar, David]. 19(1), 159-161.

      1997
      • Sons of the Same Father': Gender, Race and Citizenship in French Saint - Domingue, 1760 - 1789
        Visions and Revisions of Eighteenth-Century France
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Censer, Jack R, Graham, LisaJane, Adams, Christine]. 137-153. "Penn State University ".

      1996
      • Color, Class and Identity on the Eve of the Haitian Revolution: Saint - Domingue's Free Colored Elite
        Against the Odds: Free Blacks in the Slave Societies of the Americas .
        [Garrigus, JohnD, Landers, Jane]. 20-43. London : "Frank Cass". DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01440399608575174

      1994
      1993
      • Blue and Brown: Contraband Indigo and the Rise of a Free Colored Planter Class in French Saint
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. The Americas. 50, 233-263. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2307/1007140 
      • Review of James McClennen
        Colonialism and Science: Saint - Domingue in the Old Regime for New West Indies Guide
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. 67, 314-316.

      1992
      • Catalyst or Catastrophe? Saint - Domingue's Free Men of Color and the Savannah Expedition, 1779-1782
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. Review/ Revista Interamericana. 22, 109-125.

      1991
      • Review of Dale Tomich
        Slavery in the Circuit of Sugar for Slavery& Abolition
        [Garrigus, JohnD]. 12(4), 258-260.

Presentations

    • April  2020
      Garrigus, JohnD, "’An epidemic that can only be stopped by the most violent remedy’: Animal Disease versus ‘African Poisons’ in Saint-Domingue, 1750-1788", University of California at Los Angeles, Changed to Zoom because of pandemic. (April 23, 2020).
    • November  2019
      Garrigus, JohnD, "’An epidemic that can only be stopped by the most violent remedy’: Animal Disease versus ‘African Poisons’ in Saint-Domingue, 1750-1788", University of Texas, Austin, Austin, Texas. (November 1, 2019).
    • March  2019
      Garrigus, JohnD, "A ‘Secret Among The Blacks, Of Which The Whites Know Nothing’: The Political Vision of Enslaved West Africans in 1750s Saint-Domingue", University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi. (March 30, 2019).
    • January  2019
      Garrigus, JohnD, "Saint-Domingue and Disciplinary (Dis)Loyalties: Literature and History ", American Historical Association, Chicago IL. (January 4, 2019).
    • February  2018
      Garrigus, JohnD, "Comment", Philadelphia PA. (February 23, 2018).
    • February  2018
      Garrigus, JohnD, "Macandal is Saved! Disease, Conspiracy, and the Coming of the Haitian Revolution", University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Wilmington, NC. (February 6, 2018).
    • May  2017
      Garrigus, JohnD, "Cul-de-Sac versus Plantation Machine: Two Visions of Saint-Domingue's Plantation Economy", University of Chicago, University of Chicago Center, Paris France. (May 18, 2017).

Students Supervised

    • Present
      Directed Individual/Independent Study
      (History)
      Colonial Latin American History
    • Present
      Dissertation Committee Member
      Lydia Towns, (History)
      The Opening of the Atlantic World: England’s Transatlantic Interests During the Reign of Henry VIII
    • Present
      Dissertation Committee Chair
      Michael Deliz, (History)
      Women in the Spanish Anti-Slavery Movement
    • July 2019
      Directed Individual/Independent Study
      Alexandra Sanchez, Alexandra was in the McNair Program in Summer 2019 and continued to work on this project informally with my help through Spring 2020. She was accepted into the Vanderbilt University History Department Phd program with full funding for Fall 2020. (History)
      Racial Demographics and Abolitionism in Nineteenth-Century Puerto Rico

Courses

      • HIST 5360-001 COLLOQUIUM EARLY TRANSATLANTIC
        (Topic: Age of Revolutions | Course Id: 112334)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2019
      • HIST 4391-012 UNDERGRADUATE CONF COURSE
        (Course Id: 105190)
        Summer - Eleven Week - 2019
      • HIST 5341-001 APPROACHES TO WORLD HISTORY
        (Course Id: 105229)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • HIST 4369-001 CARIBBEAN HIST
        (Course Id: 105168)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019 Download Syllabus
      • HIST 5360-001 COLLOQUIUM EARLY TRANSATLANTIC
        (Course Id: 112334)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018
      • HIST 5390-012 DIRECTED STUDIES FOR MASTERS
        (Course Id: 105237)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018
      • HIST 4366-001 LATIN AMER HIST
        (Course Id: 105165)
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      • MAS 4366-001 LATIN AMER HIST
        (Course Id: 105165)
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        (Course Id: 110963)
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      • HIST 6399-012 DISSERTATION
        (Course Id: 105257)
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        (Course Id: 105229)
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      • HIST 6699-012 DISSERTATION
        (Course Id: 105259)
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      • HIST 4366-001 LATIN AMER HIST
        (Course Id: 105165)
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      • HIST 5360-001 COLLOQUIUM EARLY TRANSATLANTIC
        (Topic: Age/Transatlantic Revolutions | Course Id: 112334)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016
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        (Course Id: 105229)
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        (Course Id: 105168)
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        (Course Id: 110966)
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        (Course Id: 105165)
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        (Course Id: 105205)
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        (Course Id: 104998)
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        (Course Id: 105165)
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        (Course Id: 111179)
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        (Course Id: 105207)
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        (Course Id: 105238)
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        (Course Id: 105238)
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        (Course Id: 105165)
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        (Course Id: 105168)
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        (Course Id: 110965)
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        (Course Id: 105238)
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      • HIST 6321-001 TRANSATLANTIC HISTORY TO 1800
        (Course Id: 105252)
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      • HIST 6301-001 EXPLORATION & CARTOGRAPHY
        (Course Id: 105250)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • FS-HIST 1300-001 FIRST YEAR SEMINAR IN HISTORY
        (Course Id: 111726)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • HIST 2302-001 HIST OF CIVILIZATION
        (Course Id: 104998)
        Summer - Eleven Week - 2011
      • HIST 4391-012 UNDERGRADUATE CONF COURSE
        (Course Id: 105190)
        Summer - Five Week - Second - 2011
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        (Course Id: 110965)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2011
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        (Course Id: 110966)
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      • HIST 6699-012 DISSERTATION
        (Course Id: 105259)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • HIST 2302-003 HIST OF CIVILIZATION
        (Course Id: 104998)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • HIST 6303-001 REVOLUTIONS & TRANSFORMATIONS
        (Course Id: 111179)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • HIST 4391-012 UNDERGRADUATE CONF COURSE
        (Course Id: 105190)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2011
      • HIST 4369-001 CARIBBEAN HIST
        (Course Id: 105168)
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      • HIST 5390-012 DIRECTED STUDIES FOR MASTERS
        (Course Id: 105237)
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        (Course Id: 110964)
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        (Course Id: 110966)
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      • HIST 6699-012 DISSERTATION
        (Course Id: 105259)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • HIST 2302-003 HIST OF CIVILIZATION
        (Course Id: 104998)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • HIST 4366-001 LATIN AMER HIST
        (Course Id: 105165)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • HIST 6699-012 DISSERTATION
        (Course Id: 105259)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • HIST 2302-001 HIST OF CIVILIZATION
        (Course Id: 104998)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • HIST 2302-003 HIST OF CIVILIZATION
        (Course Id: 104998)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • HIST 6321-001 TRANSATLANTIC HISTORY TO 1800
        (Course Id: 105252)
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2010
      • HIST 6699-012 DISSERTATION
        (Course Id: 105259)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • HIST 4366-001 LATIN AMER HIST
        (Course Id: 105165)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009
      • HIST 6303-001 REVOLUTIONS & TRANSFORMATIONS
        (Topic: Atlantic Revolutions | Course Id: 111179)
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2009

Service to the University

    • June 2018 to  May 2019 Committee Chair
      Tenure and Promotion Committee
      Coordinate submission of tenure and promotion requests; recruit external reviewers; collect external reviews; lead committee in reviewing the dossiers; report recommendations to the History Department chair

Service to the Profession

    • June 2018 to  Aug 2018
      Reviewer, Grant Proposal (Bonn, Germany)
      Deutsche Forschungsgemeinshaft
      Reviewed a research grant