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Journée publications récentes REDEHJA – 26 mars 2021 (online)

Journée publications récentes REDEHJA

26 mars 2021

En raison de la situation sanitaire actuelle, cette journée est organisée entièrement à distance.

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Programme

9h30: Accueil par Allan Potofsky, président du REDEHJA

9h35-10h: Session 1 / Publications nord-américaines 2019-2021
« Recent perspectives on the history of Early America and the early American republic », Auréliane Narvaez, Université Paris 1-Panthéon-Sorbonne

10h-12h: Session 2 / L’Atlantique des révolutions

Chair: Linda Garbaye, Université Clermont Auvergne

La Marche sur Yorktown, Bertrand Van Ruymbeke et Iris de Rode, eds. Monfaucon: JJ. Wuillaume, 2018.

Comments: Steve Sarson, Lyon 3.

Le Journal du Gouverneur Morris pendant la Révolution française. Texte traduit et annoté par Gérard Hugues/ Genève: Droz, 2018, tomes I et II.

Comments: Carine Lounissi, Université de Rouen.

12h-13h: pause déjeuner

13h-15h: Session 3 / Rebelles américain.e.s ?

Chair Monica Henry, UPEC

L’Amérique fantôme. Les aventuriers francophones du Nouveau Monde, Gilles Havard. Paris: Flammarion, 2019.

Men in the American Women’s Rights Movement, 1830-1890, Hélène Quanquin. New York: Routledge, 2020

Comments: Adeline Vasquez-Parra, Université de Lille

15h30: Assemblée Générale 2021 du REDEHJA

Organisation de la journée :
Anne-Claire Faucquez (Université Paris 8), Augustin Habran (Université d’Orléans), Carine Lounissi (Université de Rouen), Marie-Jeanne Rossignol (Université de Paris).

Crédits illustration: Wood engraving of proslavery riot in Alton, Illinois on November 7, 1837, which resulted in the murder of Elijah P. Lovejoy, by Unknown author – <http://www.state.il.us/HPA/lib/Images/LovejoyPaper.JPG, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3579768>

CFP Sugar and Slaves

50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PUBLICATION OF RICHARD S. DUNN’S SUGAR AND SLAVES: THE RISE OF THE PLANTER CLASS IN THE ENGLISH WEST INDIES, 1624-1713

2022 marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of one of the foundational books in the writing of Caribbean and Atlantic history. Richard S. Dunn’s highly evocative work opened up an entire field of study. Since its publication, historians have both deepened our understanding of subjects first developed in Dunn’s work and, inspired by Dunn’s scholarship, turned to new topics entirely.

We call on scholars with an interest and expertise in the areas covered by Sugar and Slaves to submit proposals for selection as papers to be presented at a workshop (held remotely) in summer 2021, tentatively scheduled for June 28-29. Papers should engage the period and region of Dunn’s study—the seventeenth-century Caribbean—while showcasing innovative scholarship and new directions in the field. Our ambition is that some of these papers will be published in a special issue of Early American Studies in 2022, and these essays will need to be ready for submission for peer review at the journal by August 15, 2021. 

Anyone interested in making a proposal along the lines indicated above should send a 500-word proposal and brief cv to Alison Games (gamesa@georgetown.edu) and Trevor Burnard (t.g.burnard@hull.ac.uk) by 15 March 2021. We will be in touch about details of a workshop on Sugar and Slaves by 1 April 2021. Contact Email: gamesa@georgetown.edu

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