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The Case of John L. Brown: Slavery, Sex, South Carolina, and the Whispering Gallery of Transatlantic Abolitionism
Please see http://mcdaniel.blogs.rice.edu/?p=105 for an abstract.
His Brothers' Keeper: John Brown, Moral Stewardship, and Interracial Abolitionism
(Slavery and Abolition, 2011-03)
Recent biographies of abolitionist John Brown emphasize his uniqueness and cast him as an anomalous figure in the antislavery movement. This article, however, makes the case for Brown’s representativeness by connecting his ...
Beyond Failure: Rethinking Confederate State Policies on the Western Frontier
This paper was delivered at the Remaking North American Sovereignty conference held in Banff, Canada, July 30-August 1, 2015.
Remembering Henry: Refugeed Slaves in Civil War Texas
These are the prepared remarks for a talk at the 2014 OAH Annual Meeting in Atlanta, originally entitled "Refugeed Slaves and the Confederate Rehearsal for Reconstruction." The paper was part of a panel on New Perspectives ...