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Linguists’ most dangerous myth: The fallacy of Creole Exceptionalism »
Michel DeGraff


Prosecuting Torture: Risk and Revolution in an Eighteenth-Century Slave Colony »
Malick Ghachem


“I was born in...Croix-des-Bouquets”: Slavery, Law, and “French Negroes” in New York?s Era of Gradual Emancipation »
Martha S. Jones


Power and Wealth during the Era of the Haitian Revolution: The Career of Charles Douglas, Jamaican Coffee Planter »
Edward B. Rugemer


Reinventing Slavery, Securing Freedom: From Saint-Domingue to Santiago to New Orleans, 1803-1809 »
Rebecca J. Scott


From Saint-Domingue to Algeria: the impact of the Haitian Revolution on French imperialism »
David Todd