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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 ...
The Fourth and the First: Abolitionist Holidays, Respectability, and Radical Interracial Reform
(American Quarterly, 2005)
Repealing Unions: American Abolitionists, Irish Repeal, and the Origins of Garrisonian Disunionism
(Journal of the Early Republic, 2008)
Our Country is the World: Radical American Abolitionists Abroad
(Johns Hopkins University, 2006)
Antebellum abolitionists participated—through correspondence, print, and travel—in extensive transatlantic reform networks and often considered themselves citizens of the world. William Lloyd Garrison, the radical antislavery ...