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Untold Histories of the Atlantic World

  • Slavery and Colonialism in French Art

    7 MAY. 2024 · In this episode, we will be discussing the history of slavery and colonialism during the early modern period as evidenced through French art. This episode aims to examine slavery and colonialism in the context of the Atlantic World. Joining me, is Professor Meredith Martin. Dr. Martin is a Professor of Art History at New York University and the Institute of Fine Arts. A specialist in early modern French art and empire, she is the co-author (with Gillian Weiss) of the award-winning book The Sun King at Sea: Maritime Art and Galley Slavery in Louis XIV’s France (Getty, 2022).
    45m 44s
  • Indigenous, Spanish, & African Life in the Greater Antilles

    15 MAR. 2024 · In this episode, my long-time friend and colleague, Amir Blair, will interview me as I present a book review of Ida Altman’s 2021, Life and Society in the Early Spanish Caribbean: The Greater Antilles, 1493–1550. Amir obtained his BA in Anthropology from the University of South Florida where he also earned a MA in Library & Information Science. Amir currently works as a User Experience Librarian for North Carolina State University Libraries.
    11m 11s
  • Ghanaian Women’s Movement

    28 DIC. 2023 · In this episode, we discuss the history of West African women’s transatlantic organizing for rights in West Africa. This episode examines West African women’s mobilization for women’s rights and their links to the wider international women’s movement of the early – mid-twentieth century in the context of the Atlantic World. Joining me, is Aincre Evans. She is pursuing her Ph.D. in History at the University of Oxford, where she is a Black Academic Futures Scholar. She has a Master of Studies in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality from the University of Oxford and an MA in African studies from Leiden University, in The Netherlands. Aincre has lectured on various subjects in the field of African Studies across several universities and began her academic career in The Netherlands, where she co-designed and taught a course titled ‘The Idea of Africa’ for two years before moving to Ghana and working for the Institute of African Studies at Legon.
    25m 39s
  • Mexico's Green Revolution

    22 NOV. 2023 · In this episode, Gabriel Panuco-Mercado joins me in conversation about his research on the history of Mexico’s Green Revolution. This episode examines gendered and environmental challenges in Mexican cane and maize-producing communities in the context of global agricultural industrialization. Gabriel is a PhD student in Latin American History at Stanford University.
    18m 30s
  • Urban Slavery in the Bahamas

    2 MAY. 2023 · In this episode, Sasha Wells—MA student from the University of Florida—discusses the history of Urban Slavery in The Bahamas during the Loyalist period (1784-1834) within the context of the Atlantic World.
    26m 18s
  • Looting in Latin America

    15 FEB. 2023 · In this episode, Roger Atwood joins me in discussing the history of looting in Latin America in the context of the Atlantic World. Roger is the author of "Stealing History: Tomb Raiders, Smugglers, and the Looting of the Ancient World."
    25m 58s
  • Los Negros Mascogos & Juneteenth

    23 SEP. 2022 · This episode examines the history of Negros Mascogos in Northern Mexico and their celebration of the emancipation of enslaved Black people. Taryn White joins me in a discussion of her article published in National Geographic.
    15m 8s
  • Puerto Rican Social Movements

    6 JUL. 2022 · In this episode, Miguel Yunda joins me in conversation about the Atlantic history of Puerto Rican social movements.
    30m 27s
  • School of Salamanca in Early Latin American Revolutionary Projects

    6 JUN. 2022 · In today’s episode, I discuss the influence of the School of Salamanca in early Latin American revolutionary projects in the context of the Spanish Atlantic World. Joining me, is Johannes Schmidt.
    20m 52s
  • Atlantic History of Emotions

    4 MAY. 2022 · In this episode, I will be discussing the history of two seventeenth-century slave societies, Providence Island and Cartagena de Indias. This episode aims to examine both societies in the context of the Atlantic World. But we will also be discussing an unusual approach to studying history: writing the history of emotions. Joining me is George Clay.
    27m 7s

Tianna Mobley is a Ph.D. student of History at Yale University and a Fellow at Humanity in Action. "Untold Histories of the Atlantic World" explores topics such as slavery, colonialism,...

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Tianna Mobley is a Ph.D. student of History at Yale University and a Fellow at Humanity in Action. "Untold Histories of the Atlantic World" explores topics such as slavery, colonialism, and Indigenous rights throughout the Atlantic world encompassing Africa, Europe, and the Americas. This podcast invites academic scholars, literary scholars, and activists as guests. 
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