"Asserting Citizenship and Refusing Stigma: New Orleans Equal-Rights Activists Interpret 1803 and 1848"

New Orleans, Louisiana & Saint-Louis, Senegal: Mirror Cities in the Atlantic World, 1659-2000s

"¿Cómo utiliza el derecho una analogía histórica?: Definiendo 'una condición análoga a la de un esclavo' en Brasil"

El derecho, el medio ambiente y las crisis actuales en el capitalismo mundial (SELA 2016)

"Dignité/Dignidade: Organizing Against Threats to Dignity in Societies After Slavery"

Understanding Human Dignity

"Under Color of Law: Siliadin v. France and the Dynamics of Enslavement in Historical Perspective"

The Legal Understanding of Slavery: From the Historical to the Contemporary

"Rosalie of the Poulard Nation: Freedom, Law, and Dignity in the Era of the Haitian Revolution"

Assumed Identities: The Meanings of Race in the Atlantic World

"'Stubborn and Disposed to Stand Their Ground': Sugar Workers and the Dynamics of Collective Action in the Louisiana Sugar Bowl, 1863-87"

The Lafourche Country III: Annals and Onwards

"Microhistory Set in Motion: A Nineteenth-Century Atlantic Creole Itinerary"

  • Legal History
Empirical Futures: Anthropologists and Historians Engage the Work of Sidney W. Mintz


International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences

"The Provincial Archive as a Place of Memory: Confronting Oral and Written Sources on the Role of Former Slaves in the Cuban War of Independence (1895-98)"

  • Legal History
Archives, Documentation, and Institutions of Social Memory: Essays from the Sawyer Seminar

"Comment rendre compte de l'abolition de l'esclavage?: Contradictions, adaptations et transformations de la société esclavagiste cubaine, 1860-1886"

  • Legal History
Histoires et identités dans la Caraïbe: Trajectoires plurielles

"Tres vidas, una guerra Rafael Iznaga, Bárbara Pérez y Gregoria Quesada entre la emancipación y la ciudadanía"

  • Legal History
Historia y memoria: Sociedad, cultura y vida cotidiana en Cuba, 1878-1917

"Fault Lines, Color Lines, and Party Lines: Race, Labor, and Collective Action in Louisiana and Cuba, 1862-1912"

  • Legal History
Beyond Slavery: Explorations of Race, Labor, and Citizenship in Postemancipation Societies

"'Stubborn and Disposed to Stand their Ground': Black Militia, Sugar Workers and the Dynamics of Collective Action in the Louisiana Sugar Bowl, 1863-87"

  • Legal History
From Slavery to Emancipation in the Atlantic World

"Building, Bridging, and Breaching the Color Line Rural Collective Action in Louisiana and Cuba, 1865-1912"

  • Legal History
Democracy, Revolution, and History

"The Boundaries of Freedom: Postemancipation Society in Cuba, Louisiana and Brazil"

  • Legal History
Inside Slavery: Process and Legacy in the Caribbean Experience

"The Battle Over the Child: Child Apprenticeship and the Freedmen's Bureau in North Carolina"

  • Legal History
The African American Family in the South, 1861-1900

"Former Slaves: Responses to Emancipation in Cuba"

  • Legal History
Caribbean Freedom: Society and Economy from Emancipation to the Present

"Exploring the Meaning of Freedom: Postemancipation Societies in Comparative Perspective"

  • Legal History
The Abolition of Slavery and the Aftermath of Emancipation in Brazil

"Dismantling Repressive Systems: The Abolition of Slavery in Cuba as a Case Study"

  • Legal History
Development, Democracy, and the Art of Trespassing Essays in Honor of Albert O. Hirschman

"Explaining Abolition: Contradiction, Adaptation, and Challenge in Cuban Slave Society, 1860-1886"

  • Legal History
Between Slavery and Free Labor: The Spanish-Speaking Caribbean in the Nineteenth Century