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Teaching about the Haitian Revolution
Order examination copies of Laurent Dubois and John Garrigus, eds. Slave Revolution in the Caribbean (Bedford St. Martins, 2006).
Historical maps of Saint-Domingue/Haiti at the University of Florida.
Work in progress: a gallery of images of Saint-Domingue for teaching.
Additional primary documents:
Jacobins/Black Jacobins: Bringing the Haitian and French Revolutions Together
in the Classroom,” French
Historical Studies, 2000,
What I Write
Complete CV [pdf] (May 2014)
Article: "Vincent Ogé Jeune (1757–91): Social Class and Free Colored Mobilization on the Eve of the Haitian Revolution," Americas 68 (July 2011): 33-62.
In December 2010, Before Haiti became available in a paperback edition
John Garrigus and Christopher Morris, eds, Assumed identities: The Meanings of Race in the Atlantic World (Texas A&M University Press, 2010)
“'To establish a community of property': Marriage and race before and during the Haitian Revolution,” Journal of the History of the Family 12, no. 2 (2007): 142-152.
or Patriot?: Julien Raimond (1744-1801) and the Haitian Revolution,"
Haiti: Race and Citizenship in French Saint-Domingue
Introduction to La Mulâtre ou la femme comme il y a beaucoup de blanches (L'Harmattan, March 2007), an anonymous epistolary novel set in 1770s Saint-Domingue, and published in Paris on the eve of Haitian independence.
Garrigus, older articles for download [pdf versions]
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