Race in the Atlantic World, 1700–1900
Series Editor

Richard S. Newman
Department of History
Rochester Institute of Technology
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Patrick Rael
Department of History
Bowdoin College
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Manisha Sinha
Department of History
University of Connecticut
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To inquire about publishing
in the series, please contact:

Nathaniel Holly
University of Georgia Press
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Edward Baptist
Cornell University

Christopher Brown
Columbia University

Vincent Carretta
University of Maryland

Laurent Dubois
University of Virginia

Erica Armstrong Dunbar
Rutgers University

Douglas Egerton
LeMoyne College

Leslie M. Harris
Northwestern University

Joanne Pope Melish
University of Kentucky

Sue Peabody
Washington State University, Vancouver

Erik Seeman
State University of New York, Buffalo

John Stauffer
Harvard University

Race in the Atlantic World, 1700–1900

Emphasizing comparative and transnational approaches, Race in the Atlantic World, 1700–1900 focuses on the development of, and challenges to, racialized inequality in Atlantic culture, with a particular focus on the Americas. Books in the series explore the evolving meanings of race, slavery, and nation; African identity formation across the Atlantic world; and struggles over emancipation and its aftermath.