Anne Eller (Yale University), ‘The French Revolution and the Laplaine Riot: Petitioning and Direct Action in Dominica” (Yale Agrarian Studies)

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Friday, October 29, 2021 - 11:00am
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Anne Eller is an associate professor of Latin American and Caribbean history. Currently, Eller’s research explores the political struggles over emancipation and popular politics in greater Caribbean and hemispheric context during the latter decades of the nineteenth century. Her work has been published in the The American Historical Review, Small Axe, and other fora. She has participated in colloquia at venues like the Dominican National Archives and Philadelphia’s Taller Puertorriqueño and in the Digital Library of the Caribbean’s online exhibit “Haiti: An Island Luminous.” At Yale, she teaches courses in colonial and modern Latin American and Caribbean history, Caribbean political thought, imperialism, Atlantic history, and the African Diaspora.

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