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Dr Sabine Cadeau

Legacies of Enslavement project Research Fellow: Dr Sabine Cadeau


Dr Sabine  Cadeau

Biography:

Dr Sabine Cadeau received her PhD in Caribbean-Atlantic World and Modern Latin American History from the University of Chicago.  She held postdoctoral fellowships at Rutgers University 2015-2016 at the Yale University Agrarian Studies Program 2016-2017, and was visiting assistant professor in history at the University of South Florida at Tampa where she taught courses on Atlantic Slavery, Colonialism, and Introduction to Caribbean History.  Her book titled More Than a Massacre: Racial Violence and Citizenship in the Haitian-Dominican Borderlands is under contract with Cambridge University Press.  She is currently a postdoctoral fellow in the University of Cambridge Legacies of Enslavement Inquiry and her work in Cambridge archives, libraries, and museums focuses on financial dimensions of the Atlantic slave complex in the early modern era.

Her research has been supported by the Andrew Mellon Foundation, The Social Science Research Council and the Woodrow Wilson Foundation.

 

 

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