WORKS IN PROGRESS
Blackness in the Iberian Atlantic (1500-1640). Revising manuscript for monograph from dissertation: “Ethiopian Royal Vassals: free black itinerancy in the Iberian Atlantic (1500-1640).”
“Imagining Ethiopia in the Early Hispanic Atlantic; revisiting blackness, purity of blood, and just slavery through Alonso de Sandoval’s Catechismo Evangelico de todos Etiopes,” article manuscript under review with editorial board at Revue d‘histoire moderne & contemporaine (Submitted Nov. 25 2018).
“Magdalena de Sossa,” in Freedom in Degrees: A Collective Biography of Black Women and Emancipation in the Americas, edited by Erica L. Ball, Tatiana Seijas, and Terri L. Snyder, (Cambridge University Press)
“Entangled Histories: Just War and Just Slavery in the Early Spanish Empire,” article manuscript to submit to peer-review journal, Spring 2019.
“Whispers, Murmurs, and Letters; Atlantic Trajectories and Transoceanic Ties Of Captive and Free Blacks in Seville, 1500-1640,” article manuscript to submit to The William and Mary Quarterly in Winter 2019.
2017 ““They Are Blacks of the Caste of Black Christians”: Old Christian Black Blood in the Sixteenth- and Early Seventeenth-Century Iberian Atlantic.” Hispanic American Historical Review, 97:4, 2017, p.p. 579-612.
Encyclopaedia Entries, Peer-Reviewed
2016 “Black Atlantic,” Dictionary of American History, Supplement: America in the World, 1776 to the Present, Edward J. Blum, Editor in Chief; Cara L. Burnidge, Emily Conroy-Krutz, and David Kinkela, Associate Editors, (Charles Scribner’s Sons: 2016).